£300 - £400 a day
This is a fantastic opportunity to join a growing IT company as a DevOps Engineer based in Bath Client DetailsA leading business based in BathDescriptionThe successful DevOps engineer will assist with a new Application development project and bring additional support and experience to the existing IT team. You must have strong experience in building and maintaining Agile continuous development and deployment environments. You will be working closely with the project development team to design and build the software infrastructure and continuous development pipelines, build highly available and scalable infrastructure within the current environments and provide support and design experience to the key project (s). Working within a small team you will be helping to deliver new processes and guidance in developing a DevOps culture in the workplace and bring current production environments in line with current automation and deployment technologies.
Key Responsibilities & Skills: Assist the Infrastructure and development teams in design and build of key projects. Design and implement planned improvements for existing platforms Provide technical guidance to other support engineers and developers Help develop automation tools for system administration Contribute to technical documentation for platforms Configuration Management CI/Build Systems/Release Automation Improve scalability, efficiency and availability Automation techniques - TeamCity, Jenkins, Octopus Deploy Visual Studio Team Services with Release Management and power shell DSC for releases Understanding of Agile and Scrum Strong Scripting with Bash, Ruby or Python PowerShell DSC Windows and Linux VmWare Azure cloud platforms 4-5 Year's experience in a similar role(s) ProfileDesirable Skills: 4-5 Years experience in a similar role(s) Sybase Mongo Cluster ElasticSearch Docker Visual Studio 2015 and ASP.net Core MS SQL Experience delivering services to the financial services sector Job Offer£300 - £400 per day based on experience 3 month contract as a minimum
Posted by Michael Page Technology, 11 Feb