DevOps Engineer

Greenfield project // Scale-up

  • Location Bristol UK

  • Type Permanent

  • Salary up to £60K


Join a financially secure business, 4-year scaling plan.

By-weekly in-house Scrum meetings, lots of autonomy.

Take full control of their DevOps environment, Private medical.

A hugely successful South West organisation are looking to become nationally renowned, starting a 4-year scaling plan now. We’re looking for an experienced DevOps Engineer, well versed in a Microsoft environment who has the capability to move them from a manual environment to a fully automated one. Have you got what it takes?

What experience you’ll need

  • Azure DevOps.
  • Experience in CI/CD tools such as Jenkins, GitBal CI or CircleCI.
  • Experience with Microsoft Dynamics 365 and the Power Platform.
  • Peppermint CX365.
  • Communicates complex technical problems clearly either via demos, documentation and knowledge sharing to all manner of stakeholders.
  • Able to listen and communicate to stakeholders to understand their challenges.
  • Produce and maintain clear, effective documentation.
  • Able to anticipate and advise of any unexpected implications of suggested system changes.
  • Good communication in stand-ups, with stakeholders, and the rest of the project team.

What you’ll be doing

You’ll lead the design, implementation, and maintenance of CI/CD pipelines for their software delivery, from development to production environments. Collaborate with internal delivery teams to automate deployment processes and streamline software releases. Design and implement monitoring, logging, and alerting systems to ensure the health and performance of their applications and infrastructure. Build and manage infrastructure as code using tools such as Terraform, Ansible, or CloudFormation. Implement best practices for security, scalability, and reliability in all aspects of their infrastructure. Evaluate and recommend new tools and technologies to improve their DevOps processes and infrastructure. Keep abreast of new technologies and be aware of industry standards, best practices, and trends.

What you’ll get in return for your talents

A starting salary of up to £60K alongside a benefits package that supports a healthy work-life balance. This includes private medical, flexible working (but by-weekly Scrum meetings onsite around the South West of the UK), 28 days annual leave plus bank holidays, paid sabbatical after 5 years of service, enhanced parental leave, a health cash plan and employee assistance program, EV schemes, 2 volunteer days each year and more.

What’s next?

You’ll be a real integral part of their journey, so if you’d like to come along for the ride, then please get your CV over to me asap!

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