My Dublin City Centre based client is recruiting for a DevOps Engineer this is a perm role.
The successful candidate will be directly involved in designing, building and operating a CI/CD IaC production infrastructure on AWS.
Work as part of the S&O team to engineer IaC driven production CI/CD tooling Linux based Cloud based production platforms.
Provide expertise in orchestration, Linux systems administration automation and productions systems governance best practice.
Maintain and develop infrastructure management tooling, monitoring, communications and alerting components.
Work as part of the S&O team to provide out of hours systems administration on-call cover.
Engage with application developers to assist in the development of next generation cloud based platforms
Degree in computer science with AWS dev ops certification
Advanced Linux systems administration expertiese
Advanced experience of CI/CD and IaC
Ability to work well as part of a team
Java / ansible / git / python / jenkins
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