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5th Jul

Cloud Infrastructure Engineer

— Complex hybrid cloud infrastructure (Azure, AWS)

Location:
Chippenham / Remote, UK
Type:
Salary:
£55K - £78K
  • Clean energy company who invest in GreenTech start-ups. 
  • Own the provision of the business’ cloud infrastructure.   
  • Majority remote, flexible hours, unique benefits package! 

A multi award-winning company with a sustainability focus is looking for a Cloud Infrastructure Engineer to join them on a majority remote basis, ideally with a trip to their eco-friendly Chippenham hub once a week or two, but open to a discussion as to what this looks like. They’re considered market leaders in the clean energy space and have a huge community presence for advocating sustainability and investing in GreenTech start-ups. They’ve continued to go from strength-to-strength with more exciting plans for growth in the pipeline throughout 2022.  

What skills you’ll need 

  • Proven experience in managing large-scale cloud-based infrastructure. 
  • Well-versed in navigating the Azure ecosystem, preferably with a relevant certification.
  • Confident with the Azure DevOps package, including CI/CD, source control, resource management, IaC and app monitoring/logging. 
  • Ability to improve and simplify a complex hybrid infrastructure. 
  • Experience working with APIs. 
  • Any awareness of containerisation (Docker, Kubernetes) would be beneficial. 
  • Background working with on-prem infrastructure or server migrations of any kind. 
  • Admin experience for servers/storage and knowledge of VMware. 
  • Networking knowledge, firewalls, security, VPNs etc. 

What you’ll be doing 

This role sits in a small operations team with accountability for improving the performance, automation, security and scalability of their hybrid cloud infrastructure which is majority Azure-based (there’s some exposure to AWS too). You’ll deliver a technical strategy for CI/CD and automation, supporting the team with new feature implementations and ensuring rigorous enhancement of the business’ cloud footprint. You’ll spend time creating a guide on Azure DevOps to help increase knowledge across the team, as well as communicating with key stakeholder groups across the wider business. Whilst this is a lead role, it’s not people management, more technical leadership so you’ll remain hands-on with lots of autonomy over strategic direction of their cloud infrastructure moving forward. 

What you’ll get in return for your talents 

As well as working for a highly ethical company with sustainable engineering practices at the forefront of their ethos, you’ll receive a competitive salary and very healthy benefits package which includes 25 days annual leave with the option to buy more, majority remote working, flexi-time, discretionary company bonus, pension matched up to 7.5%, a flexible benefits package which you can take as cash, green travel bonuses and much more!  

What’s next? 

Like the sound of this one? Send your CV to Joe to be considered.

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Who's managing this role?

Joe Mawson

Joe Mawson

— Principal Recruiter Developers & Technology

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