DevOps Engineer

The DevOps Engineer will assist technical architects with specification and scoping, leading/owning the technical design and architecture, and estimate solutions relating to infrastructure and automation for our blue-chip client base.

Throughout a large project implementation, the DevOps Engineer will display excellent ownership working with the project management team to utilise available resources, ensuring the efficient delivery of our projects while infrastructure solutions are developed to industry best practices and to a high quality standard.

 

Have you demonstrable experience in...

  • Working with Microsoft technologies in an azure environment.   
  • Building and maintaining pipelines for CI and CD  
  • Maintaining source code repositories  
  • Developing automated scripts for packaging software and deploying packaged software  
  • Knowledge of DNS, SSL Certificates, Files Servers, Security, Performance, High availability, Redundancy, failover, and disaster recovery
  • Scripting experience in PowerShell  
  • Experience deploying infrastructure resources utilizing arm templates  
  • Ability to document deployment processes and transfer knowledge to other operational team members  
  • Knowledge and experience in working with firewalls, Active Directory, ADFS, Exchange
  • Background in Development, Systems Architecture, and/or Operations 
  • Structure, maintain and document Software Configuration management

 

It’d be great if you had…

  • 4+ years' of DevOps experience
  • Attention to detail  
  • Good written and oral communication skills  
  • Analytical and problem-solving skills  
  • Ability to prioritise and execute tasks in a fast-paced environment  

 

Benefits...

  • Competitive salary
  • 24 days annual leave (excluding public holidays)
  • Work on innovative projects with ambitious clients in Ireland and the UK
  •  Flexible working hours
  •  Continuous Training Opportunities
  •  Company Bonus Scheme
  •  Regular team building activities
  •  Vibrant modern offices in the City Centre
  • Contributory pension scheme

 

The Next Step  

If this sounds like the opportunity you’ve been waiting for, we’d love to hear from you. To apply, please submit your CV via the Apply Now button above. 

 

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