Lead DevOps Engineer

Posted 26 October by ADLIB
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  • Very unique model that started in Bristol in 2016 and is now worldwide.
  • Progressive tech stack, access to certs.
  • Flexible/remote working, great company culture, social team.

A company recognised worldwide are offering a unique self-service model that has revolutionised the industry are on a growth mission looking to hire a Lead DevOps Engineer. If you’re a true problem solver and are open to being part of one of the most exciting companies to come out of the UK in recent years, then this could be the one!

What experience you’ll need
  • Previous experience in a similar role.
  • A good understanding of CI/CD processes and strategies
  • Experience with containerisation and cloud service (AWS in particular. They’re currently
    using CircleCI, Docker, K8s and AWS).
  • Strong experience with monitoring tools. E.g. DataDog or Prometheus/Grafana.
  • Able to self-manage; comfortable acting autonomously but happy to ask for support.
  • Fluency in automating manual jobs using scripting languages.
Nice to have and can learn as you go
  • Terraform.
  • Front-end architecture/deployments. E.g. Netlify and Gatsy.js.
  • Experience working with a development team following Agile methodologies.
  • Documentation tools and techniques. E.g. UML.
  • Microservices architecture.
  • Experience with cloud automation and infrastructure provisioning tools, Terraform
    specifically.
What you’ll be doing

You will join a very talented team in the Bristol office (mix of remote and office based if preferred) working closely with their new Tech Director. You’ll be reviewing infrastructure, articulating key areas of improvement and their priorities as well as guiding decision-making to ensure they are following best practices. Also, working with the development team to design, implement and maintain CI/CD process, always ensuring they have the necessary tools and monitoring in place to enable the continuous operation of their digital products. Where reasonable, work with teammates to provide out-of-hours support, ensuring the smooth operation of their infrastructure. Analise and improve systems' performance & scalability and automate systems management.

What you’ll get in return for your talents

The salary on offer is between £60K-£80K DOE with some generous benefits, you get a high spec laptop, flexible working hours, dressed down environment with a social atmosphere in the office. When able to, the team likes to get together for social events, so there’s a key focus on company culture, a family feel and a great chance to bond with the people you work with. You will always be supported in your role by the wider team and leaders.

What’s next?

Interested? Get in touch with Tareek asap : )

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