DevOps/Site Reliability Engineer

Basic Job Overview

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> Job Type: Full Time / Permanent <
> Salary: £65000 – £70000/annum <


Interested in greenfield projects and pushing the boundaries of how AI can be used to revolutionize the market? We’re helping an AI driven Market Research company build a tech hub in West Wales.

About the Company:

As a start up moving into a scale up, there are 27 in the tech team at present, which we’re looking to grow to 40 this year.

With a brand-new office built with renewable energy in Ceredigion, they have a ‘tech in Wales first’ policy to bring more tech jobs to West Wales.  For this reason, the SRE will need to be in the office 2 days per week to create a collaborative and nurturing culture.

With a huge client base on a global level, the AI driven marketing campaigns have been successful with household names.

About the tech:

They’re cloud agnostic so we’re interested in hearing from Cloud Engineers, DevOps Engineers and SREs from either an Azure, AWS or GCP background.  You’ll be working in an Azure environment initially, but this will be moving to hybrid cloud in the foreseeable.

Configuration management is essential to this role, but again they are open to which tooling you have experience with.

They’re a mix of Python and PowerShell scripting, so experience with one or the other is ideal.

About you:

We’re looking for open engineers who want to learn new things, someone who keeps up to date with new and evolving tech with a desire to implement new solutions to ensure the platform is efficient.

A start up background is ideal as it is a fast, changing environment.

Culture is very important, so a personality fit is as important as technical capability.

Any knowledge or background in market research is a massive bonus.  This is not essential though; we understand this is a niche market – just a nice to have.

What next?

‘Apply now’ to be considered or email Kim for a confidential chat (url removed)

To apply for this job please visit www.cv-library.co.uk.