Senior DevOps Engineer

Posted 11 July 2022
Salary £85000 per annum
LocationUnited Kingdom
Job type Permanent
DisciplineDevelopmentInfrastructure ​
ReferenceDevOps-2 New
Contact NameMorgan Lingard

Job description

Senior DevOps Engineer
Birmingham
£85,000 + Excellent Benefits

Digital Waffle is working in partnership with an award-winning provider of content, channel, and platform security solutions for the sports, media, and entertainment industries. This is a fantastic opportunity for an enthusiastic Senior DevOps Engineer.

Job Role
We are looking for an experienced and enthusiastic Senior DevOps Engineer to join
our DevOps team offers the opportunity to work on a large-scale cloud-hosted application in use by many major global media companies. 

What will your job look like?

This role reports to the DevOps Team Leader and when normal working arrangements return will be based in our Birmingham office.
The successful candidate will be involved in maintaining and developing cloud-based infrastructure services while making continued service improvements. You will have a strong Linux background and will have experience supporting complex multi-tiered services.
  • Working as part of a team on large-scale cloud-hosted applications in use daily by major global media companies.
  • Planning the architecture and deployment of new / updated infrastructure components.
  • System monitoring and day-to-day management.
  • Working with technology and infrastructure vendors.
  • Management of data synchronization and backup processes.

Requirements What do you need
  • Proven commercial DevOps experience.
  • Strong Linux experience.
  • In-depth knowledge of cloud service management systems.
  • In-depth experience with AWS.
  • Infrastructure automation experience, ideally using Terraform / Prometheus.
  • Experience in Continuous Integration / Continuous Delivery, ideally with GitLab.
  • Experience with containerization, ideally using Docker and ECS or Kubernetes.
  • Experience with web / API servers, such as Apache or NGINX.