Fortice are working closely with a global tech consultancy who have a number of requirements for DevOps engineers to join their cloud, infrastructure and security unit. Popular among individuals looking for a new challenge, this client is aligned to a range of complex digital projects with end clients from Aston Martin’s F1 team to various UK’s Public Sector work.
Along with joining a highly capable, collaborative and supporting DevOps team, their technology partners will ensure your professional growth, by providing any relevant training and certifications you’d like to gain. This will include sponsoring and supporting your SC clearance.
With a new delivery centre in Leeds as well as onsite presence in London you will have the opportunity to work on-site, or on a hybrid basis.
This is an excellent opportunity for AWS DevOps professionals to be part of leading-edge technology projects. Day-to-day you will be using your experience and technical skills to support the programme to design, implement, operate and evolve new and existing services and infrastructure. You’ll be using well established technologies within strict security constraints, that you’re welcome to challenge.
Skills in the following areas are highly desirable:
Back End – Python | Bash | Go | Ruby
Tooling – Jenkins | Kubernetes | Docker | Chef | Ansible | Git | Terraform
Cloud – AWS | Azure | RHEL | CloudWatch
Operating Systems – RHEL | CentOS
Virtualization – EC2 | VMWare
You will be working on an interesting range of projects that deliver into Central Government customers and as such, you will need to either hold or be eligible for a high level of UK Security Vetting.
As well as receiving flexibility around working days and location, with a competitive salary, you will also receive 20+ days annual leave (plus bank holidays), 3-7% personal bonus, 4% employer pension contribution, and a company provided private medical care (up to family cover).
On applying, you can expect a two-stage process which is typically completed within 2 weeks. These are both technical interviews, lasting approximately an hour long, potentially followed by a client conversation to give you an insight to their work.
Equality and Inclusion:
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