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Head of DevOps

Job Title: Head of DevOps
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: München (81249), Bayern
Salary: €120000 - €150000 per annum + bonus, car, pension etc
Start Date: ASAP
REF: DP - HD - GE - 01_1496678294
Contact Name: Daniel Palmer
Contact Email:
Job Published: 4 months ago

Job Description

Coming from a technology agnostic background is preferable due to the ever changing nature of projects and team interaction.


  • Shape the DevOps roadmap across the internal organisation and create a standard best practice model
  • Lead the current project teams within the group as they work on existing projects
  • Communicate with the other business units to promote agile ways of working internally
  • Set up new processes to sit in line with the transforming business landscape

Key Requirements:

  • Experience with team/department management before either in Infrastructure or Development
  • Strong background in Automation, Continuous Integration and Continuous Deployment
  • Well versed in Release Management topics and a wide range of DevOps tooling
  • 10+ years experience within IT
  • Any project management certifications are desirable but not essential
  • Fluency in German and English language is essential

Head of DevOps/Infrastructure/Automation/CI/CD/Continuous Integration/Continuous Deployment/Cloud

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