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  • 4th Aug

    Senior DevOps Engineer

    — Technology agnostic

    Location:
    London
    Type:
    Salary:
    Up to £110,000
    Fantastic working environment with constant R&D. Remote working 4 days a week. Leading innovator with progressive technology focus.  A hugely progressive household name is looking for a Senior DevOps/Site Reliability Engineer to join a talented engineering team in London. They’ve been voted as one of the best places to work in the UK with a huge variety of rewarding projects to be involved in.  What skills you'll need •    Background in software engineering with experience using at least one server-side language.  •    High-level understanding of cloud computing (AWS, GCP). •    DevOps best practices; CI/CD, configs, automation and continuous delivery.  •    Significant systems design experience, preferably with knowledge of IoT.  •    Containerisation (Docker, Kubernetes).  •    Networking, security, automation & scripting knowledge.  What you'll be doing Sitting in the engineering team in a technology agnostic environment, you’ll be focusing on infrastructure automation and enhancing production/deployment cycles. The aim is to create scalable solutions for on-boarding customers while maintaining the high-level of software systems across the business, driving operational excellence around deployment, monitoring and service performance. You’ll advocate for best practice and help introduce new ways of working to more junior members in the team. No day is the same, you will constantly be adaptable and deepening your technology exposure as you go along.  What you'll get in return for your talents The list is endless but the highlights include up to 4 days remote work a week, 25 days holiday, plenty of social events and (online) meet-ups, an annual training budget, free breakfast, fruit & drinks, healthy bonus scheme, flexible benefits and a great pension. Importantly the working environment they have created is second to none. You’ll be working with some great people who value the company and what they believe in.  What's next? Like the sound of it? Send your CV to Sophie by applying now or give us a call now!
  • 27th Jul

    Full-Stack JavaScript Engineer (DevOps)

    — Progressive cloud-native web products

    Location:
    Bristol
    Type:
    Salary:
    £45K - £60K
    Join a very talented cross-functional, agile team. Work with React, Redux, Node, AWS, IaC, TDD/BDD. Awesome working space, remote friendly. An intuitive software solutions provider has been extremely successful in recent years earning 2 million users for just one of their products with customers in 180+ countries. With a new owner and inspiring CEO on a global shift they are hiring for a Full-Stack Engineer with DevOps/IaC skills to work on their cloud-native platform.    What skills you’ll need Full-Stack JavaScript experience with modern libraries like React/Node.  AWS/serverless (Lambda, CloudFormation, Cloudflare). Infrastructure-as-code (Ansible, Terraform), CI/CD (Jenkins, Codeship) DevOps focused, knowledge of containers (Docker, Kubernetes).  Advocate for BDD/TDD principles. Understanding of build tools like Webpack/NPM.  Any experience with mobile apps, specifically using React Native, would be handy.  What you’ll be doing You’ll join a small, flat structured development team with a focus on creating new features & functionalities for their cloud-native web products. The role will involve a lot of collaboration with the product and UX teams to create user stories alongside other developers in your team. You’ll be implementing new features to existing web apps, writing readable, maintainable and testable code and validate new features with data-driven analytics. This role needs someone who is very well-versed with DevOps & infrastructure-as-code, you’ll be continuously integrating & deploying your work to production through their CI pipeline.  What you’ll get in return for your talents You will be joining a very successful entrepreneurial company with brilliant leaders and inspiring team members working on great products that customers love. As well as a salary in-line with your experience you will get (generous) 29 days holiday + bank holidays, flexible working hours, potential remote working once settled in. You’ll also be in an awesome space in a hub of innovation, free lunches on Wednesday, amazing technology and training and the opportunity to grow your own team. What’s next? Keen? Give Joe a call to find out more!
  • 20th Jul

    DevOps/Integration Engineer (Elasticsearch)

    — ELK Integration

    Location:
    Bristol
    Type:
    Salary:
    £40K - £50K
    Established platform provider with multi-national client-base. Ambitious plans to double revenue over the next few years. Large focus on ELK integration & management of data stores/solutions.  This platform provider has moved from strength-to-strength since launching over 10 years ago and now operate across Europe and the US with plans to double their revenue over the coming years. With continued growth in their Bristol team, they need an ELK Integration/DevOps Engineer to be involved in infrastructure delivery and data store/solution management. It’s a small team of 10-15 people with a lot of talent to offer. What skills you’ll need Significant experience with Elasticsearch stack and enterprise production.  Proven scripting knowledge using Elasticsearch & Kibana.  Background in a DevOps/Sysadmin role in Linux environments.  Understanding of AWS (EC2, Lambda). Advocate for IaC, automation & CI/CD (Ansible, Puppet, Terraform). Ability to read code, preferably PHP/Node/Python. Coding experience nice to have.  What you’ll be doing You’ll be responsible for managing ELK data stores & solutions as well as involving yourself in the delivery of a range of infrastructure projects. You’ll look after all aspects of Elasticsearch clusters, acting as a bridge between the development/ops teams and operating in a heavily DevOps-oriented culture. Other responsibilities include providing support to the DevOps team using things like Ansible & other forms of IaC, supporting data requirements and developing Kibana dashboards to provide insight into product operations. Lots of variety and lots of internal/external training with emerging technology constantly being integrated.  What you’ll get in return for your talents For starters, you’ll have the investment of a truly supportive leadership team backed by an annual training budget and learning academy. They also offer weekly language lessons to make you more versatile across international projects with international office exchanges possible should you be interested. On top of that you’ll have a healthy pension scheme, custom-designed offices (after lockdown…), private healthcare, a free gym, regular socials, the list goes on.  What’s next? Want to find out more? Contact Joe to hear more! 
  • 20th Jul

    Senior DevOps Engineer

    — Technology agnostic

    Location:
    Bristol/Remote
    Type:
    Salary:
    £50K - £70K
    Fantastic working environment with constant R&D. Remote working 4 days a week. Leading innovator with progressive technology focus.  A hugely progressive household name is looking for a Senior DevOps/Site Reliability Engineer to join a talented engineering team in Bristol. They’ve been voted as one of the best places to work in the UK with a huge variety of rewarding projects to be involved in.  What skills you'll need Background in software engineering with experience using at least one server-side language.  High-level understanding of cloud computing (AWS, GCP). DevOps best practices; CI/CD, configs, automation and continuous delivery.  Significant systems design experience, preferably with knowledge of IoT.  Containerisation (Docker, Kubernetes).  Networking, security, automation & scripting knowledge.  What you'll be doing Sitting in the engineering team in a technology agnostic environment, you’ll be focusing on infrastructure automation and enhancing production/deployment cycles. The aim is to create scalable solutions for on-boarding customers while maintaining the high-level of software systems across the business, driving operational excellence around deployment, monitoring and service performance. You’ll advocate for best practice and help introduce new ways of working to more junior members in the team. No day is the same, you will constantly be adaptable and deepening your technology exposure as you go along.  What you'll get in return for your talents The list is endless but the highlights include up to 4 days remote work, 25 days holiday, plenty of social events and (online) meet-ups, an annual training budget, free breakfast, fruit & drinks, healthy bonus scheme, flexible benefits and a great pension. Importantly the working environment they have created is second to none. You’ll be working with some great people who value the company and what they believe in.  What's next? Want to join the team? Send your CV to Joe or give us a call now!
  • 1st Jul

    Infrastructure Engineer (DevOps)

    — 100% renewable energy company

    Location:
    Chippenham
    Type:
    Salary:
    £35K - £45K
    Clean energy company who invest in GreenTech Start-ups. Massive focus on automation & cloud adoption.  Flexible working, buy more holiday. A multi-award-winning clean energy company is looking for an Infrastructure Engineer with DevOps/Cloud capabilities to join them in Chippenham. This ethical organisation are considered market leaders in the green energy space and have a huge community presence for advocating sustainability and investing in Green Tech start-ups.  What skills you’ll need Significant understanding of both cloud (Azure, AWS) and on-prem equipment (VMs, server, storage). Proven knowledge of Azure DevOps for CI/CD, Source Control, IaC, Monitoring/Logging etc.  Passion for automation with an awareness of things like Ansible/Terraform.  Background in IT infrastructure operations, service desk, customer-focused roles. Awareness of containerisation (Docker, Kubernetes). ITIL or similar would be a nice to have.  What you’ll be doing Joining a small, customer-focused team you will play an integral part in driving the business’ DevOps strategy with a key focus on CI/CD and automated quality. It’s a varied role with elements of DevOps, AWS, Azure and on-prem so you’ll need to be comfortable working with VMware & servers/storage. You’ll be an advocate for automation & infrastructure-as-code, trying to leverage the use of cloud across the business and working closely with the development team to help improve the Azure DevOps service. Whilst you’ll also be involved in the ownership of physical environments the main focus will be on improving the business’ cloud footprint. What you’ll get in return for your talents As well as working for a highly ethical company, you’ll receive a generous salary with a package that includes 25 days annual leave with the option to buy more, company bonus, pension matched up to 7.5%, flexible working, travel & Green Travel allowances just to name a few. What’s next? Sound good? Send your CV to Ellen to be considered.
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