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DevOps Engineer

  • Job type: Permanent
  • Location: West Yorkshire
  • Sector: DevOps
  • Job reference: JM2142
  • Consultant: Jake MacDonald
This vacancy has now expired.
I currently have an excellent DevOps/Platform Engineer role for an award winning organisation based in Leeds City Centre.

They are looking for an experienced DevOps Engineer who is skilled with AWS and associated technologies. You will be the point of contact throughout the business driving DevOps practices.

The technologies you will be working with include AWS, Terraform, Ansible and Docker. Terraform is at the heart of their Infrastructure and if you have experience with this tool then great, if not and you're looking to use one of the hottest DevOps tools in the market right now then this is an excellent opportunity to really add to your market value.

Key Skills:

Infrastructure as Code (Terraform, CloudFormation etc)
Configuration Management (Ansible, Puppet, Chef etc)
CI / CD (Jenkins, Bamboo etc)
Developing continuous integration and deployment process automation for bespoke platform developed in Java. Tasks include 
Development of Configuration Management toolset using Ansible and Chef
Secrets Management during automated processes using Hashicorp Vault
Development environment virtualisation and automation using Vagrant and Docker
Log Monitoring, aggregation and application telemetry with Splunk and Prometheus.
Process and task automation using Python, Ruby, Bash 
Application Deployment and Management using Docker (Kubernetes/Openshift and Docker Swarm)
Configuration modelling and testing using Docker, unit testing with Serverspec
AWS Solutions Architecture and Development
"Hashistack" - Terraform, Vault, Vagrant, Consul, Nomad and Packer
Continuous Integration and Delivery using Bamboo, Concourse CI and

The salary for this position is £45,000 - £75,000 

If you feel that this role is suitable and want to find out more then please apply and I will do my best contact everyone who applies. 
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