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Java DevOps Engineer - London

Job Title: Java DevOps Engineer - London
Contract Type: Contract
Location: London
Salary: £550.00 - £650.00 per day
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 6 months +
REF: J7376_1489402387
Contact Name: Roddy Coltart
Contact Email:
Job Published: 7 months ago

Job Description

Java DevOps Engineer required on an initial six-month contract for Montash's client based in London. The Java DevOps Engineer will have experience of supporting a full DevOps toolchain, and have a proven track record working within enterprise greenfield projects.

A Java DevOps Engineer with experience of configuration management software like Chef or Puppet, Shell Scripting languages like Bash or Python and using distributed version control systems such as Git is required.

In addition to this, the Java DevOps Engineer will have delivered continuous integration for projects with automated builds and have used testing and deployment methods with technologies such as Jenkins and Maven.

The Java DevOps Engineer will have a working knowledge of virtualisation and container based technologies like Docker and have experience of deploying, supporting and patching cloud based applications using AWS.

Key requirements

  • Must have worked in an enterprise java environment
  • Experience using Chef or Puppet
  • Experience using Bash or Python
  • Knowledge of Git
  • Experience with Jenkins
  • Operating with AWS
  • Working knowledge of Docker

If you are a skilled Java DevOps Engineer who likes the prospect of working for a global corporation within a fast-paced, multi-functional team then this position could be of interest. Please call +44 (0)207 014 0231 or send your latest CV to

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