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DevOps Engineer - Security Cleared

Job Title: DevOps Engineer - Security Cleared
Contract Type: Contract
Location: London
Industry:
Salary: Negotiable
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 6 Months
REF: WI04_1491582484
Contact Name: William Ife
Contact Email: williami@montash.com
Job Published: 7 months ago

Job Description

DevOps Engineer

Location: London

Duration: 6 Months

Currently working with the Government to source and secure a DevOps Engineer to help imrpove and expand AWS Platforms. The right person must have experience with AWS, DBA, Python, Linux and Puppet.

You'll lead the technical design and implementation within a larger technical development team. You'll work with Technical Architects, Service Delivery Managers, Commercial and Product Managers.

You will be providing technical direction and architectural governance for Office 365 and other Microsoft capabilities on services platforms. Develop iterative technical design documentation to aid the delivery of Office 365 components including but not limited to Exchange Online, SharePoint Online, and their inclusion into services Product and Services portfolio.

Key words:

DevOps Engineer / AWS / Puppet / UNIX / Bash / Ruby / Python / DBA / Linux

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