Remote DevOps Engineer
We are looking for a DevOps/Cloud Engineer with Python experience or a Software Developer (Python) with a lot of AWS knowledgeMust have:- 3 to 10 years of experience as a DevOps or cloud engineer or software developer- at least 2 years of commercial AWS knowledge- at least 1 year of commercial Python experienceVery important:- has been part of a project where his main role was working on AWS- microservices experience- experience delivering infrastructure-as-code- experience in CI/CD- experience using Docker- experience in networkingNice to have:- Cloudformation knowledge- worked for a reputable company (ie a company with high standards of code quality)- stayed longer (>1 year) at one company- API development experience- Python knowledge gained in a web context using Django or Flask- some kind of side project, open-source, technical blog, etc
Our client is building an IoT platform capable of handling millions of events from hundreds of thousands of sensors every day. With cutting-edge, low-cost devices we're able to easily turn any building in to a smart building at a fraction of the cost of normal providers. With the analytics and reporting they generate, companies are able to run more efficiently, pre-empt failures and save money.
They are a small, rapidly expanding team but have already attracted big name including the NHS (over 100 sites), Avison Young (international), ABM Facilities Management, Eurotunnel, Tipi homes and many others – a testament to the strength of their offering. Their mantra is 'keep it simple, keep it stable', driving our product development and tech. The systems must be highly scalable, robust and efficient so that they can keep offering a flexible, low-cost solution to their clients. They are also supported by The University of Oxford’s accelerator and smart-money investors.
Why we think you'll love it:
Huge responsibility and fascinating challenges
Lots of flexibility and remote working options
Joining a small team of brilliant people who’ll be dedicated to your personal development – and are just fun to be around
Ability to shape the future of the company and industry
Great exposure to interesting opportunities (e.g. University of Oxford’s accelerator programme and powerful network)
Competitive salary, holiday and equity options