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Senior AWS DevOps Engineer

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  • Sector:

    Infrastructure & Support

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  • Salary:

    £50000 - £90000 per annum

  • Contact:

    Bob Bath

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Be part of a DevOps journey.

A well-established product tech company have started on their DevOps journey and are expanding with two additional hires.

This isn't brand new - there is a small DevOps function with a built out environment, however they're looking to rapidly scale it up to support their software development and infrastructure operations teams.

Being a senior part of the team will open up career progression opportunities into leadership and architecture roles over time.

The product infrastructure sits in an AWS cloud environment, with a Microsoft infrastructure stack (Windows Server, SQL and some IIS). There is a little bit of infrastructure in Azure, however, the main DevOps and automation focus will be in AWS - ECS, Lamba, Elasticache, RDS, Dynamo, Firehose, SQS and SNS.

This role will heavily lean towards the infrastructure side of DevOps with a focus on managing and automating the infrastructure platform and monitoring that which the development code runs on.

There's a big push to automate so much more so there's an opportunity to contribute to the design of this.

There is some legacy infrastructure on-site, so there will be an ad hoc requirement to visit the Portsmouth office on occasion - quite ad hoc.

Other DevOps tools: GIT and GitHub Actions for CI/CD pipelines, Cloudformation, Docker, Loggly.

There are two positions available - a Senior AWS DevOps Engineer, paying £70-90k, and a DevOps Engineer on their career journey, paying £45-60k.

Senior AWS DevOps Engineer

Home Based / ad hoc visits to Portsmouth, Hampshire

Start ASAP

Working for a leading technology company

£50,000 - £90,000

If you are interested in applying for this position then please forward your CV to shannen . pomfrett @ mexasolutions . com

To be considered for this role, you must be eligible to live and work in the UK.