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Cloud Engineer

Job Title: Cloud Engineer
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: London, England
Industry:
Salary: £80000 - £95000 per annum + bonus + benefits
REF: BB/13809/A/KS/100719_1562757874
Contact Name: Client Server Regional Team
Contact Email: csrt@client-server.com
Job Published: 2 months ago

Job Description

Cloud Engineer Reigate to £95k

Cloud Engineer (Infrastructure Azure C# .Net PowerShell). Would you like to work on complex and interesting systems that provide daily challenges; collaborate with a friendly and upbeat team and make a real impact whilst enjoying a good work / life balance with flexible working?

As a Cloud Engineer at this global FinTech you will join a large Greenfield digital transformation project to help ensure the infrastructure for the project is identified and put in place so that development teams can implement CI/CD process. You'll assist with the automation creation of installers, web deployment packages and chocolatey and build Azure ARM templates and PowerShell modules to improve repeatability, reduce manual intervention and reduce build time for new environments. You'll be following an Infrastructure-as-Code ethos and keeping assets under source control in git.

The company is a market leading, technology driven financial firm; you will be empowered to investigate and introduce new technologies.

You will be based in Reigate in modern, open plan offices within a five minute walk of the station; there's a smart casual dress code and a good work / life balance.

Requirements:
*Strong knowledge of infrastructure, networking, security best practices, automation and virtualisation technologies
*Strong cloud based experience; Azure preferred (AWS considered)
*Strong communication skills; you'll be partnering across the business and liaising with stakeholders
*Experience with C# .Net, PowerShell, CLI, JSON
*Likely to be degree educated

As a Cloud Engineer you will earn a competitive salary (to £95k) plus bonus and benefits.

Apply now!

Ref: 13809/A/KS/180619