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Senior Systems/DevOps Engineer

Job Title: Senior Systems/DevOps Engineer
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Berlin, Germany
Salary: €600 - €720 per day
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 6 Months
REF: SysEngineer_1497264625
Contact Name: Oliver Black
Contact Email:
Job Published: 4 months ago

Job Description

Remote working is an option for the right candidate, sposnorship will not be offered and occasional Travel to client site is expected for meetings.

The ideal candidate will be able to perform the responsibilities below to a high level;

Collaborate with agile development teams to drive service quality and adoption of operational best practices

Develop and implement non-functional requirements using and/or contributing to standard solutions with a focus on broad re-use across products and services

Ensure software releases are production ready by collaborating with software engineers and release managers to configure and execute appropriate performance, load and technical/stability tests

Leverage CI/CD best practices and Test Automation Frameworks to automate testing wherever feasible

Expert Knowledge of Python Scripting, and AWS Technologies (EC2, S3, DynamoDB etc.)

Expert Knowledge of DevOps Tools such as Puppet, Docker and Jenkins

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