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  • 21 Mar 2019

Job description

Who we are looking for:

We are looking for people who want to help us change the way companies think and approach problems; people who want to teach and learn from others; we are looking for people who want to be treated like adults.

We are looking for people who want to work in cross-functional teams, and want to help others learn how to build them, and why they're valuable; people with a grasp of a variety of technologies, languages, and methodologies, along with their pros and cons.

We are looking for Platform Engineers or DevOps Engineers who can demonstrate their passion and their craft and who want to work with others you share that same passion. You will have been involved in a robust DevOps environment previously, focusing on Continuous Deployment and Integration. Working with other Engineers to ensure that their needs are met, and the right environment is established, supported and enhanced to allow them to release their solutions with minimal delay.

What Will you be Doing?

This role is as much about Engineering as it is about planning for the future and making things as straight forward for our teams and our customers teams. From the day to day running of the Platform Engineering function to looking at new technologies to enhance and improve you will be playing a key role in the delivery of timely software that adds values to the end-user. You will have the chance to be responsible for:

  • Enabling our customers to reduce their time to deploy new solutions, deliver better quality code and be agile enough to adapt to their changing needs
  • You will build real world solutions but also have the autonomy to experiment with new ideas and ways of thinking
  • Have the chance to introduce new technologies to the team and have the chance to learn these on the job yourself
  • Work with cross functional teams, listening to their feedback and sharing your own thoughts on how best to improve

What will you bring to the role?

You will clearly bring a passion for Engineering and a desire to continually improve the environment and quality of work being produced around you. Your craft should be your passion and we want you to bring that out when you join the team here. We have created a team dynamic where we all help each other and support one another, and we would want you to bring that same attitude into this role. In addition, you should have a background that includes:

  • You will have worked in a fast-paced and forward-thinking DevOps environment previously
  • You will have an understanding of the benefits of Continuous Deployment, Integration and Delivery and how to share that knowledge with others
  • You will have worked with Engineers who have been delivering solutions across JavaScript, Angular, React, Node and Java
  • Working knowledge of a variety of the following: Jenkins, Docker, OpenShift, Kubernetes, Java, Python
  • You will have a good understanding of the secure and reliable integration between the components that deliver front and back-end applications
  • Experience in Agile and how to fit into that within customer needs, this is not a one size fits all Agile approach we have

  • £40k - 45k
  • 21 Mar 2019

Job description

As a Database engineer in the DevOps team here at Citizens Advice you will help us develop and implement our data strategy. You will have the opportunity to work with both core database technologies and big data solutions.

Past

Starting from scratch, we have built a deep tech-stack with AWS services at its core. We created a new CRM system, migrated a huge amount of data to AWS Aurora Postgres and used AWS RDS to run some of our business critical databases.

You will have gained a solid background and in-depth knowledge of AWS RDS, SQL/Admin against DBMS's such as PostgreSql / MySQL / SQL Server, Dynamo / Aurora. You will have dealt with Data Warehousing, ETL, DB Mirroring/Replication, and DB Security Mechanisms & Techniques.

Present

We use AWS RDS including Aurora as the standard DB implementation for our applications. We parse data in S3 using Spark jobs and we are planning to implement a data lake solution in AWS.

Our tools and technologies include:

  • Postgres on AWS RDS
  • SQL Server for our Data Warehouse
  • Liquibase for managing the DW schema
  • Jenkins 2 for task automation
  • Spark / Parquet / AWS Glue for parsing raw data
  • Docker / Docker-compose for local testing

You will be developing, supporting and maintaining automation tools to drive database, reporting and maintenance tasks.

As part of our internal engineering platform offering, R&D time will give you the opportunity to develop POC solutions to integrate with the rest of the business.

Future

You will seek continuous improvement and implement solutions to help Citizens Advice deliver digital products better and quicker.

You will be helping us implement a data lake solution to improve operations and to offer innovative services.

You will have dedicated investment time at Citizens Advice to learn new skills, technologies, research topics or work on tools that make this possible.

  • 21 Mar 2019

Job description

The Role

As a Developer at GLG you will be working hand-in-hand with world class Portfolio Managers, traders and researchers. Your challenges will be varied, and will involve building and implementing new trading and portfolio management tools.  This will be a hands-on role involving all stages of our development and testing process.

Engaging with the business and enabling Portfolio Managers and Analysts via technology is key to our work. GLG is a discretionary hedge fund and as such we require world class technology solutions to enable best alpha generating decisions. Your work will have a direct impact on the business and our PnL.

We are continually expanding the markets, asset classes and regions in which we trade as well as the styles in which we trade them.  The team is responsible for designing imaginative and flexible tools to keep pace with this change.

We are looking to hire talented software engineers across the experience spectrum, and previous experience with almost any asset class will be an advantage.

The Team

The GLG Trading Technology team is a small flexible team directly supporting the needs of our business. We work on strategic projects, for example the creation of best-in-breed portfolio management toolsets, as well as responding quickly to ad-hoc requests from our traders and Portfolio Managers, thus being directly involved in day-to-day business.

Working Here

GLG has a small company, no-attitude feel. It is flat structured, open, transparent and collaborative, and you will have plenty of opportunity to grow and have enormous impact on what we do. We are actively engaged with the broader technology community.

We offer competitive compensation, a generous holiday allowance, various health and other flexible benefits. We are also committed to continuous learning and development via coaching, mentoring, regular conference attendance and sponsoring academic and professional qualifications.

Our Technology

Our systems are almost all running on Microsoft servers and most of our code is in C#.

We use Bitbucket for source control, Octopus for continuous integration, Grafana + Influx for metrics collection and HipChat for internal communication. But our technology list is never static, we constantly evaluate new tools and libraries.

Technology and Business Skills

You will be an expert software developer and ideally have an understanding of the financial markets with relevant electronic trading experience in at least one of the asset classes that we trade.  You’ll be a member of a highly-focussed team with an exceptionally broad responsibility, so great communication skills and an ability to work as part of a team are a must.  You’ll possess a significant proportion of the following skill-set;

Required

  • Exceptional problem solving skills
  • Desire to automate
  • Excellent aptitude with C#
  • Strong knowledge in REST API or similar web communication technologies
  • Strong knowledge with database design and usage (RDBMS or NoSQL)
  • Experience of using messaging systems such as RabbitMQ, Kafka, MSMQ.
  • Experience of testing lifecycle and appreciation of benefits of automated testing
  • Strong understanding of n-tier software systems.
  • A proponent of strong collaborative software engineering techniques and methods: agile development, continuous integration, code review, unit testing, refactoring and related approaches

Advantageous

  • An excellent understanding of financial markets and instruments
  • Experience of front office software and/or trading systems development e.g. in a hedge fund or investment bank
  • Experience of web based development
  • MongoDB
  • Docker

Personal Attributes

Strong academic record and a degree with high mathematical and computing content e.g. Computer Science, Mathematics, Engineering or Physics from a leading university

Craftsman-like approach to building software; takes pride in engineering excellence and instils these values in others

Demonstrable passion for technology e.g. personal projects, open-source involvement

Self-organised with the ability to effectively manage time across multiple projects and with competing business demands and priorities

Strong interpersonal skills; able to establish and maintain a close working relationship with traders, quantitative researchers, and senior business people alike

Confident communicator; able to argue a point concisely and deal positively with conflicting views.

  • 21 Mar 2019

Job description

The Role

As a Quant Platform Developer at AHL you will be building the tools, frameworks, libraries and applications which power our Quantitative Research and Systematic Trading. This includes responsibility for the continued success of “Raptor”, our in-house Quant Platform, next generation Data Engineering, and evolution of our production Trading System as we continually expand the markets and types of assets we trade, and the styles in which we trade them. Your challenges will be varied and might involve building new high performance data acquisition and processing pipelines, cluster-computing solutions, numerical algorithms, position management systems, visualisation and reporting tools, operational user interfaces, continuous build systems and other developer productivity tools.

The Team

Quant Platform Developers at AHL are all part of our broader technology team, members of a group of over sixty individuals representing eighteen nationalities. We have varied backgrounds including Computer Science, Mathematics, Physics, Engineering – even Classics - but what unifies us is a passion for technology and writing high-quality code.

Our developers are organised into small cross-functional teams, with our engineering roles broadly of two kinds: “Quant Platform Developers” otherwise known as our “Core Techs”, and “Quant Developers” which we often refer to as “Sector Techs”. We use the term “Sector Tech” because some of our teams are aligned with a particular asset class or market sector. People often rotate teams in order to learn more about our system, as well as find the position that best matches their interests.

Our Technology

Our systems are almost all running on Linux and most of our code is in Python, with the full scientific stack: numpy, scipy, pandas, scikit-learn to name a few of the libraries we use extensively. We implement the systems that require the highest data throughput in Java. For storage, we rely heavily on MongoDB and Oracle.

We use Airflow for workflow management, Kafka for data pipelines, Bitbucket for source control, Jenkins for continuous integration, Grafana + Prometheus for metrics collection, ELK for log shipping and monitoring, Docker for containerisation, OpenStack for our private cloud, Ansible for architecture automation, and HipChat for internal communication. But our technology list is never static: we constantly evaluate new tools and libraries.

Working Here

AHL has a small company, no-attitude feel. It is flat structured, open, transparent and collaborative, and you will have plenty of opportunity to grow and have enormous impact on what we do.  We are actively engaged with the broader technology community.

  • We host and sponsor London’s PyData and Machine Learning Meetups
  • We open-source some of our technology. See https://github.com/manahl
  • We regularly talk at leading industry conferences, and tweet about relevant technology and how we’re using it. See @manahltech

We’re fortunate enough to have a fantastic open-plan office overlooking the River Thames, and continually strive to make our environment a great place in which to work.

  • We organise regular social events, everything from photography through climbing, karting, wine tasting and monthly team lunches
  • We have annual away days and off-sites for the whole team
  • We have a canteen with a daily allowance for breakfast and lunch, and an on-site bar for in the evening
  • As well as PC’s and Macs, in our office you’ll also find numerous pieces of cool tech such as light cubes and 3D printers, guitars, ping-pong and table-football, and a piano.

We offer competitive compensation, a generous holiday allowance, various health and other flexible benefits. We are also committed to continuous learning and development via coaching, mentoring, regular conference attendance and sponsoring academic and professional qualifications.

Technology and Business Skills

At AHL we strive to hire only the brightest and best and most highly skilled and passionate technologists.

Essential

  • Exceptional technology skills; recognised by your peers as an expert in your domain
  • A proponent of strong collaborative software engineering techniques and methods: agile development, continuous integration, code review, unit testing, refactoring and related approaches
  • Expert knowledge in one or more programming languages, preferably Python, Java and/or C/C++
  • Proficient on Linux platforms with knowledge of various scripting languages
  • Strong knowledge of one or more relevant database technologies e.g. Oracle, MongoDB
  • Proficient with a range of open source frameworks and development tools e.g. NumPy/SciPy/Pandas, Pyramid, AngularJS, React
  • Familiarity with a variety of programming styles (e.g. OO, functional) and in-depth knowledge of design patterns.

Advantageous

  • An excellent understanding of financial markets and instruments
  • Experience of front office software and/or trading systems development e.g. in a hedge fund or investment bank
  • Expertise in building distributed systems with service-based or event-driven architectures, and concurrent processing
  • A knowledge of modern practices for data engineering and stream processing
  • An understanding of financial market data collection and processing
  • Experience of web based development and visualisation technology for portraying large and complex data sets and relationships
  • Relevant mathematical knowledge e.g. statistics, asset pricing theory, optimisation algorithms.

Personal Attributes

  • Strong academic record and a degree with high mathematical and computing content e.g. Computer Science, Mathematics, Engineering or Physics from a leading university
  • Craftsman-like approach to building software; takes pride in engineering excellence and instils these values in others
  • Demonstrable passion for technology e.g. personal projects, open-source involvement
  • Intellectually robust with a keenly analytic approach to problem solving
  • Self-organised with the ability to effectively manage time across multiple projects and with competing business demands and priorities
  • Focused on delivering value to the business with relentless efforts to improve process
  • Strong interpersonal skills; able to establish and maintain a close working relationship with quantitative researchers, traders and senior business people alike
  • Confident communicator; able to argue a point concisely and deal positively with conflicting views.
  • 21 Mar 2019

Job description

Here at ClearScore we want to help everyone manage their finances better. We launched in July 2015 and now we have over 7 million global users.

We like to try new things and at our core is a passion for our users’ experience. Because of that we have won multiple awards for innovation, the design of our product and our use of technology. It’s a great start, but we have bold ambitions and that’s why we want you to join us.

If you are a strong DevOps Engineer that wants to join a modern and close-knit DevOps environment, then we would love to talk to you. We are growing fast and globally, and are scaling our systems to keep ahead of that growth. You will have responsibility as a member of the team taking our platform to the next level, keeping robustness, performance and security in focus and building tools to facilitate a ‘You build it you run it’ engineering culture. As a DevOps Engineer you will deliver system and site reliability enhancements with or from within one of our cross-functional delivery factions. In addition to engineering our platform and streamlining our continuous delivery pipelines, your sprint work will include working with the whole team to deliver all aspects of our platform (back end, client apps, native apps and Big Data environments).

What we would love you to have…

  • A solid background in engineering and/or software engineering – as long as you’re a serious technologist with a deep understanding of how computers and tech works
  • Strong experience of scripting and automation, Bash and ideally one of Go or Python
  • A very good practical understanding of development and deployment pipelines
  • Good experience and knowledge around containerisation (Docker)
  • Experience working as an engineer in an Agile team, ideally in a ‘You build it you run it’ environment
  • Knowledge of orchestration tools (Kubernetes preferred) and a firm grasp of modern architectural approaches such as micro-services and EDA. Experience building distributed platforms in the cloud ideally
  • Knowledge and experience deploying, supporting and managing databases, both SQL (preferably Postgres) non-SQL backing services (e.g. Elastic search) and messaging systems
  • Knowledge of AWS products, particularly Lambda; Kinesis and Athena would be advantageous
  • Experience/knowledge using Instana and/or Prometheus to support business-critical applications would be nice
  • Willingness to participate in a compensated on-call rota

Our offices are in Vauxhall, a short walk from both Oval and Vauxhall stations, and we enjoy perks like free breakfasts, monthly office days out and a loads of sporting activities.

We’re a sociable bunch, and we enjoy each other’s company. So it’s important that you’re a great fit for our company culture. These are some of the things we look for:

  • Friendly people who like to join in
  • Data driven but able to make judgment calls when necessary
  • Pride in the work you do and everything you get involved with
  • Independent thinking, and not being afraid to suggest new ideas
  • Obsession with your craft, down to the smallest detail

Benefits

  • Holidays – 25 paid holidays and a “duvet day” on your birthday
  • Pension – ClearScore matches up to 4%
  • Medical Insurance
  • Perk box – a choice of different benefits
  • Flexible work hours and the ability to work from home
  • Free breakfast and fruit......and a beer fridge
  • Company personal trainer and boxing classes, plus we play football every week
  • Monthly company events and office days out that we get to pick.
  • Great offices in Vauxhall with showers, space for bikes and a courtyard with BBQ!
  • 21 Mar 2019

Job description

What type of candidate are you?

  • highly adaptable and comfortable across both front end and back end tech stacks
  • a continuous self-learner, eager to learn and share knowledge of emerging technologies and practices
  • someone who knows what enterprise-grade software is and what matters to run and maintain software on scale with fast feedback cycles
  • a believer in testing as a first class citizen and not an afterthought
  • an advocate of continuous value delivery with a pragmatic desire to automate and measure everything
  • approach with an agile mindset, continuously building end-to-end working software
  • awareness and care for the business goals and mission with the natural curiosity to understand the 'why'

What will you be doing?

  • integrating with the business in a cross-functional delivery team
  • working with the team to build high-value, business critical systems
  • taking ownership of epic delivery, intimately understanding the feature to be delivered and owning the front-to-back solution
  • working in a constantly evolving technical landscape, introducing appropriate new technologies and advancing cloud adoption
  • building well designed and intuitive UIs with a React, TypeScript stack used by 100s of users
  • building high performance event driven back-ends with C# and F# on .NET Core
  • building telemetry in applications and build business and system dashboards with Elastic, Kibana
  • removing / avoiding bureaucracy and barriers to delivery

What skills will you have?

  • proficiency with server-side development with an appreciation of scalable, highly available architectures and event-driven patterns
  • knowledge of different testing practices and the benefits of what to do and when to ensure an appropriate level of coverage to fail-fast
  • experience building cloud-ready and cloud-native systems
  • proficiency with web technologies with an appreciation of different front end frameworks and a finger on the pulse of how front end web technology is evolving
  • know importance of good agile practices and be a seasoned practitioner
  • recognition of when to write performant software without over engineering
  • able to provide constructive feedback in design reviews and pull requests
  • be articulate and empathetic in explaining design decisions and solutions

What technologies should you have?

  • C#*, F#, .NET Core, JS, TypeScript, ES6 * Must have
  • EventStore, REST, ActiveMQ, Rx
  • React, Redux
  • Jenkins, Octopus, Docker
  • Elastic, Kibana, Logstash, Grafana, Mongo
  • Azure, AWS
  • £75k - 110k | Equity
  • 21 Mar 2019

Job description

We're looking for Senior Site Reliability Engineers to join our development team and help lead the introduction of SRE into this early stage, rapidly growing business.

You know and value your craft and want to apply it to a mission that matters. You will have significant influence on the business as you work with the rest of the team to help to build this critical function and instil a site reliability mindset across the whole engineering team.

You'll be as happy working with developers on architectural decisions to drive performance and reliability as you are working on infrastructure automation, monitoring and problem diagnosis. You will be an expert voice in team discussions and an important contributor in operational and quality processes and tactics.

As part of this new team you will also champion the SRE way of thinking to drive quality across our stack from our client applications user to the control of robots in the lab and all services in between. You will help both our software and wetlab teams embed observability and reliability into everything we build.

The Company:

Named by the World Economic Forum as one of the world's 30 Technology Pioneers 2016, Synthace is re-imagining how we work with biology, exponentially improving the speed and quality of the final results. This is made possible through our high level language and operating system for labs, Antha, which is already impacting how scientists work with biology in major companies like Dow, Merck and GSK.

Synthace now has a proven product in the market and is starting to grow its customer base more rapidly. This is the right time for the company to instil practices, processes and tools that will ensure performance and reliability as we enter the next phase for the business.

The Role: 

Reporting to the Head of SRE, you'll be working within a tight-knit development team on exciting projects with plenty of technical challenges to get your teeth into.

Responsibilities:

    • Ensure systems scale effectively through mechanisms like automation, and evolve systems by pushing for changes that improve reliability and velocity.
    • Harden our existing production environments and introduce good practice and processes for continuous improvement
    • Troubleshoot, test, and maintain high-performance and scalable microservices in a global, federated container cluster
    • Master our current technology stack which includes: Kubernetes Federation, Go, Google Cloud, Microsoft Azure, Docker, and Ansible
    • Be an advocate for SRE practices across the development team and provide practical guidance
    • Monitor and maintain our production system
    • Help own (with the development team) the processes and automation infrastructure which ensures high quality continuous releases of reliable infrastructure for our customers

Requirements:

    • BA/BS degree in computer science or equivalent work experience
    • Prior experience in relevant role (SRE, DevOps)
    • Well versed in any of the following programming languages: C, C++, Java, Python, or Go
    • Knowledge of HA and distributed systems
    • Experience with Kubernetes, Google Cloud, backup systems, and monitoring
    • You are committed to delivering high quality software to a tight schedule
    • You have excellent communication skills and thrive in fast-paced, multidisciplinary environments
    • Major bonus for some background and/or interest in biology

Why work at Synthace:

    • Work with genuinely extraordinary people
    • Open, collaborative, and friendly culture
    • Challenging, groundbreaking and exciting work
    • Chance to be a part of the 'fourth industrial revolution', helping us to create tools and systems that allow scientists to do things like cure Cancer faster
  • £75k - 110k | Equity
  • 21 Mar 2019

Job description

We are looking for software engineers to help us continue to scale our products and infrastructure.

The Project

Named by the World Economic Forum as one of the world's 30 Technology Pioneers 2016, Synthace is re-imagining how we work with biology, exponentially improving the speed and quality of the final results. This is made possible through our high-level language and operating system for labs, Antha, which is already impacting how scientists work with biology in major companies like Dow, Merck and GSK.

You'll be working within a tight-knit development team on exciting projects with plenty of technical challenges to get your teeth into.

Responsibilities:

    • Design, build, test, and maintain high-performance and scalable microservices in a global, federated container cluster
    • Integrate and deploy custom and off-the-shelf software components
    • Manage deadlines and priorities in a dynamic environment that blends software and wet-lab development
    • Master our current technology stack which includes in different areas: Kubernetes Federation, Go, Google Cloud, Azure, Docker, and Ansible

Requirements:

    • BA/BS degree in computer science or equivalent work experience
    • Experience with Unix development environments
    • Working knowledge of common network protocols (HTTP, TLS, GRPC)
    • Seriously well versed in any of the following programming languages: Go (ideally), Python, Java, C, and/or C++
    • Working knowledge of HA and distributed systems
    • Ability to deliver high quality software to a tight schedule
    • Excellent communication skills are also a must in our fast-paced, multidisciplinary environment

Why join Synthace:

    • Work with genuinely extraordinary people
    • Open, collaborative, and friendly culture
    • Challenging, groundbreaking and exciting work
    • Chance to be a part of the 'fourth industrial revolution', helping us to create tools and systems that allow scientists to do things like cure Cancer faster!
  • £50k - 60k
  • 21 Mar 2019

Job description

We’re still growing!

We’re looking for Full Stack Web Developers to join our multi-disciplined agile teams and help us build custom in-house Plugins to extend the functionality of our existing market-leading sites and provide new solutions to be re-used across our portfolio of sites and platforms.

You will also have the pleasure of building WordPress Themes from scratch as part of our rebranding efforts across the business. We are looking for proactive self-starters who are able to take the lead on projects.

You’ll Be Expected To:

  • Write excellent, fluent PHP on a daily basis
  • Produce quality HTML, CSS/SASS, JS and PHP to create custom plugins and themes from supplied design files will be critical to your success
  • Take ownership of tasks and drive them through to delivery. While training and support will be provided, you are comfortable working independently within a strong team
  • Be familiar with Drupal to WordPress migrations
  • Feel comfortable with Multisite Network management
  • Understand and practice GIT and GIT flow on daily basis
  • Demonstrate proven experience of sitebuilding using the latest technologies
  • Debug problems with existing WordPress plugins and setups
  • Diagnose server issues
  • Communicate clearly with non-technical stakeholders about your work and progress during daily standups
  • Lead the way by identifying, sharing and championing best practices
  • Be passionate about site speed and performance and the techniques that go along with it
  • Solicit feedback from others and show eagerness to improve

It Will Also Be Great If You Were Comfortable With:

  • Front-end frameworks (Bootstrap, Foundation)
  • Setting up task runners (Grunt, Gulp)
  • WordPress Plugin directory (ie. having the ability to identify appropriate off-the-shelf vs. custom build solution and the relevant tradeoffs)
  • Experience with Drupal
  • Using version control and dependency management
  • Working with Vagrant or Docker
  • Learning new things, web development changes all the time
  • SEO and Accessibility best practices

Use your prolific Wordpress development skills to bring new and exciting websites to life.

What We Can Teach You:

  • Docker
  • Composer
  • Leadership Skills (ILM certified Management Development Academy)
  • Agile Methodology

What Success Looks Like:

  • From day one, you will commit production-ready and tested changes to the MVF codebase, creating pull requests for your work and having them peer reviewed, before deploying the changes to the live systems.
  • You will participate in daily standups, clearly and effectively communicating your ideas and the status of your own tasks to the rest of your team.
  • You will assist with the discovery and prioritisation of new work, and take ownership of appropriate tasks, seeing them through to delivery.
  • You will create massive business value by understanding what the different areas of MVF do, what the impact of your work will be to each of those areas, and then focusing and delivering quickly. 

Tech’s Favorite Benefits:

  • Clear and structured career progression - we value individual contributors as much as people managers
  • Working on interesting projects with smart like-minded people, who are keen to share their knowledge and improve on a daily basis
  • New Apple gear to work on
  • Conference and training budget with unlimited books
  • Tech Talks & Beer on Fridays and regular socials
  • Games room
  • Free breakfast, occasional lunch and tons of fantastic food options in the area
  • Large variety of sport, poker and game board clubs (you can start your own)

  • 21 Mar 2019

Job description

The Orchard is a leading independent music company distributing artists such as Ozuna, G Herbo, and Nina Nesbitt. With cutting edge technology and an unparalleled global team, The Orchard partners with companies of all sizes to make their music available across hundreds of digital outlets and physical retailers around the world. At The Orchard, the focus is to provide a comfortable, social and engaging environment to encourage productivity and creativity.

The Orchard is hiring a DevOps Engineer to join our London team. 

Responsibilities

  • Automate build and deployment processes in a hybrid (AWS + proprietary) hosting environment for micro-services.
  • Set and scale tools related to micro-services.
  • Create and maintain continuous integration (CI) and continuous deployment (CD) environments to facilitate an Agile development process.
  • Research, recommend and implement new technologies.
  • Aid in efforts to increase our security presence

Qualifications

  • Strong experience with system automation (e.g., Chef)
  • Experience with continuous integration tools (e.g. Jenkins) and continuous deployment
  • Experience with containers (e.g. Docker) at scale in an HA environment.
  • Understanding of Amazon Web Services (EC2, S3, CloudFormation, OpsWorks, etc). Prior experience with Snowflake a big plus.
  • Source control with Git.
  • Security background preferred
  • Solid Linux shell scripting (Bash, Ruby, Python) chops.
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills.
  • Strong attention to detail.

The Orchard is committed to providing equal employment opportunity for all persons regardless of age, disability, national origin, race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, pregnancy, veteran or military status, genetic information or any other status protected by applicable federal, state, or local law.