DevOps Engineer / Infrastructure Support Engineer - Southampton
Linux, AWS, Jenkins, Automation, Agile
£35,000 - £45,000 based on experience + benefits
A great opportunity for an Infrastructure Support / Cloud Engineer to move into a DevOps role for a growing technology company building innovative software products. This role will join a talented development team and growing DevOps function ensuring that their teams are working effectively, and their Software and Cloud products are fit for purpose and adding real value to their customers.
Working alongside the development team on joint features and promoting cross collaboration between traditionally separate departments is key to the role. The successful candidate will enable the development team to be as productive as possible and will be responsible for monitoring and maintaining Cloud/AWS solutions, contributing to the Continuous Integration, 3rd line support and, to help continuously improve the quality of the service being delivered across the IT teams.
Any formal DevOps experience and exposure to relevant tools (Docker, Ansible, Chef, ELK, etc) is desirable but not essential, if other essential skills can be demonstrated.
- Strong Linux system administration experience
- 2-5 years' experience in a Support or Developer role
- Good knowledge of AWS
- Exposure to MongoDB, MariaDB, PostgreSQL or similar databases
- Continuous Integration understanding (Jenkins or similar)
- Automation of manual processes (using Chef or similar)
- Good Agile, SCRUM understanding
- Excellent communicator and able to learn new skills quickly
This is an excellent opportunity to join a company who view the IT team as paramount to their current and future success; they are keen to hire people who have an innovative, driven and customer-focused mindset.
The company invest heavily in their staff offering career progression, a competitive salary and excellent benefits, including a bonus and flexible working.
Please apply to this advert or contact me on LinkedIn or our website to be considered. Paul Grace, SpectrumIT