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Azure DevOps Engineer

  • Job type: Permanent
  • Location: West Yorkshire
  • Sector: DevOps
  • Job reference: JM220
  • Consultant: Jake MacDonald
This vacancy has now expired.
A great opportunity for an Azure DevOps Engineer to join a multi award-winning organisation in Sheffield. This company has been described as innovative, forward thinking and have an enviable reputation in the Yorkshire area ranking in the top 100 fastest growing tech companies in the North of England. 

If you're looking for an organisation who really value their employees and goes that extra mile to ensure they have the best possible working environment then this could definitely be the company for you.

Every IT specialist will receive
Company iPad Office is equipped with a games room. 
You will also receive an annual training budget of over £1000 to help you develop your skills and progress within the business. 
Flexible working hours and the opportunity to work remotely when you’ve passed probation. 
The company also set up and host gaming tournaments and competitions as well as day trips across the UK.

My client is looking to add to their talented team of technical specialists and needs an engineer who has commercial experience working with Azure in a Cloud hosting environment. The right candidate will also have experience working Linux OS. In addition to that, you will also be expected to have a good understanding of SQL Databases and Virtual Machines. 

Terraform is at the heart of their Infrastructure! If you have experience working with this tool then great, if not then this is the perfect opportunity to work with one of the hottest tools in DevOps right now!

They’re also working heavily with containerization tools such as Docker/Kubernetes and configuration management tools like Ansible, Chef & Puppet. Experience with these tools isn’t mandatory but would be beneficial.

To find out more about the role and this amazing opportunity to apply now for a confidential discussion! 
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