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Java DevOps Engineer

Job Title: Java DevOps Engineer
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Den Haag, South Holland
Salary: €90 - €100 per hour
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 6 Months
REF: J7376_1499259995
Contact Name: Roddy Coltart
Contact Email:
Job Published: 3 months ago

Job Description

Java DevOps Engineer required. A Java DevOps Engineer is required on an initial six month contract to work for a global business who are considered a leading name in the retail industry. The Java DevOps Engineer will have an excellent Java background and have experience of working in a DevOps team that uses continuous integration and continuous deployment.

It is important for the Java DevOps Engineer to have worked in agile environments and be comfortable with the following DevOps toolchain: Java, Maven, Jenkins, Spring, Rest and Git. It would also be an advantage if you have experience using cloud based solutions, specifically AWS.

To summarise, the Java DevOps Engineer will have experience with the following:

  • Java
  • DevOps
  • Agile
  • Continuous Integration
  • Continuous Deployment
  • Maven
  • Jenkins
  • Spring

Nice to haves would include:

  • AWS
  • Git

If you are an experienced manager with demonstrable experience of leading successful Java teams in a DevOps environment, then please get in touch and send your latest CV to

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