Lead AWS DevOps Consultant
- London, UK
- Department: Digital Development & Architecture
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Before I go into the details of our Lead AWS DevOps Consultant in London here are some of the benefits. We offer profit share, pension, private medical, flexible working policy and more. We offer incentives for accreditations and educational assistance for course relevant to your role.
Despite the challenges of Covid-19, we continue to put a huge focus on Employee Engagement and have been able to do this digitally, with remote events and get-togethers organised by teams and portfolios over the last few months being very well received. We’re also excited that our annual Excellence Awards have also ‘gone digital’ and will be hotly contended in October this year through a series of digital award ceremonies presented by our CEO.
The role is customer-facing and will entail liaising with customers to enhance current systems, plan and deliver projects, and implement new solutions. The role is varied in scope and technology and can entail the development of innovative solutions in the cloud, delivering cloud migration projects, and supporting development teams with DevOps technologies (CI/CD pipelines, config management, etc.)
- Experienced to a senior level with AWS
- At least one software development language (Python, NodeJS, Java, etc.)
- Experienced to a senior level with Terraform
- Experience with DevOps tooling - Ansible, Packer, Jenkins etc.
- Ability to work well with customers and in a cross-team environment.
- Good interpersonal and communication (verbal and written) skills.
- Good troubleshooting ability both within their area of expertise and also outside of their technical comfort zone i.e. ability to research for potential solutions outside of their area of technical expertise.
- Eligible for UK-security clearance