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  • Hinxton, UK
  • £42k - 50k
    • Contract
  • 10 Mar 2020

Job description

About the Programme:

The Sanger Institute, along with other partners, has launched the Darwin Tree of Life project to provide high-quality genome assemblies for all eukaryotic species in the Atlantic Archipelago of Britain and Ireland. This project will significantly contribute to the goals of the global Earth Biogenome Project, fundamentally changing scientific knowledge of evolution and interactions among millions of the planet’s organisms.

About the Team:

We are building a software development team who will design, build, install and maintain a series of high throughput pipelines for genome assembly and analysis. These pipelines will sit at the heart of the Tree of Life programme and be used extensively by the Sanger Institute and other scientists.

 About the Role:

We are seeking both a Senior Software Developer to contribute to building and optimising the computational infrastructure required to scale genome assembly within this project, streamlining the processing of terabytes of raw data. This will build on Sanger's world-class computational resources, including an OpenStack private cloud environment, a 15,000+ core computational cluster and many petabytes of high-speed distributed file systems and object stores.

 About You:

Team members will be expected to work independently at a technical level, while collaborating closely with colleagues on systems development, and to be comfortable communicating directly with scientific researchers regarding analysis requirements. Recent graduates are also encouraged to apply, although it is strongly desirable that any candidate has substantial development experience outside of coursework (e.g. work experience, participation in open source projects). Bioinformatic/biological knowledge is not essential for this role, but an interest in the science on campus and desire to learn bioinformatic concepts is important.

Essential Skills

  •  Experience in software development, preferably in a scientific environment
  • Knowledge of core computer science concepts and practices 
  • Capable of quickly learning and using the most suitable programming language for the job, including both interpreted and compiled languages 
  • Experience with git and GitHub 
  • Expert knowledge of unix based operating systems, libraries, and tools 
  • Excellent communication and presentation skills, motivation and attention to detail
  • Experience of working in collaboration with internal and external stakeholders

Ideal Skills

  • Experience in bioinformatics analysis and tools 
  • Experience with relational and non-relational databases 
  • Experience with high performance computing environments (e.g. LSF or Slurm) 
  • Knowledge of virtualization/containerisation technologies (Docker, Singularity) 
  • Knowledge (or experience) of Cloud environments (OpenStack, GCP, AWS) and workflow languages (CWL, NextFlow, Snakemake) 
  • Familiarity with Cloud technologies (e.g. Terraform, Ansible, Kubernetes, GitHub CI) 
  • Experience with high performance computing environments (e.g. LSF or Slurm)

Other information

Closing Date: 02/04/20

Please apply with your CV and cover letter.

  • Hinxton, UK
  • £42k - 50k
    • Contract
  • 10 Mar 2020

Job description

About the Programme:

The Sanger Institute, along with other partners, has launched the Darwin Tree of Life project to provide high-quality genome assemblies for all eukaryotic species in the Atlantic Archipelago of Britain and Ireland. This project will significantly contribute to the goals of the global Earth Biogenome Project, fundamentally changing scientific knowledge of evolution and interactions among millions of the planet’s organisms.

About the Team:

We are building a software development team who will design, build, install and maintain a series of high throughput pipelines for genome assembly and analysis. These pipelines will sit at the heart of the Tree of Life programme and be used extensively by the Sanger Institute and other scientists.

 About the Role:

We are seeking both a Senior Software Developer to contribute to building and optimising the computational infrastructure required to scale genome assembly within this project, streamlining the processing of terabytes of raw data. This will build on Sanger's world-class computational resources, including an OpenStack private cloud environment, a 15,000+ core computational cluster and many petabytes of high-speed distributed file systems and object stores.

 About You:

Team members will be expected to work independently at a technical level, while collaborating closely with colleagues on systems development, and to be comfortable communicating directly with scientific researchers regarding analysis requirements. Recent graduates are also encouraged to apply, although it is strongly desirable that any candidate has substantial development experience outside of coursework (e.g. work experience, participation in open source projects). Bioinformatic/biological knowledge is not essential for this role, but an interest in the science on campus and desire to learn bioinformatic concepts is important.

Essential Skills

  •  Experience in software development, preferably in a scientific environment
  • Knowledge of core computer science concepts and practices 
  • Capable of quickly learning and using the most suitable programming language for the job, including both interpreted and compiled languages 
  • Experience with git and GitHub 
  • Expert knowledge of unix based operating systems, libraries, and tools 
  • Excellent communication and presentation skills, motivation and attention to detail
  • Experience of working in collaboration with internal and external stakeholders

Ideal Skills

  • Experience in bioinformatics analysis and tools 
  • Experience with relational and non-relational databases 
  • Experience with high performance computing environments (e.g. LSF or Slurm) 
  • Knowledge of virtualization/containerisation technologies (Docker, Singularity) 
  • Knowledge (or experience) of Cloud environments (OpenStack, GCP, AWS) and workflow languages (CWL, NextFlow, Snakemake) 
  • Familiarity with Cloud technologies (e.g. Terraform, Ansible, Kubernetes, GitHub CI) 
  • Experience with high performance computing environments (e.g. LSF or Slurm)

Other information

Closing Date: 02/04/20

Please apply with your CV and cover letter.

  • Crawley, UK
  • £50k - 70k
  • 10 Mar 2020

Job description

We’re not your average Energy Company – EDF are embarking on a programme of “disruption from within”, driving an innovative engineering culture to deliver an exceptional customer experience & cutting-edge digital-first approach.


As a core part of our tech led approach we are looking for a Developer who can create well -crafted and robust code to work within one of our EDF Customers business product teams. Our community of technologists thinks disruptively to deliver pragmatic solutions for our most complex projects. We come together as a collaborative and inclusive team to push boundaries, create quality solutions and keep abreast of the latest trends in tech.


The role comprises of the full software delivery life-cycle. You will work closely with the Product Owner, Architect(s), and Scrum Master in order to bring new functionality and technical improvements to market and you will be comfortable operating within a fast paced, flexible and iterative delivery environment.


The Person


The role will form part of the Business Change & IT function, within the Customers business unit. You will be responsible for building elegant, accessible and scalable services that meet User needs. You will work within, and contribute to, the overall Software Development Lifecycle Process as part of a multi-functional Agile delivery team. You will also have knowledge of modern web development stacks, web standards, user experience, progressive enhancement, performance, accessibility, browser compatibility, tooling and pipelines.

Being comfortable contributing to a team where:

  • You can skilfully write high-quality, well-tested code and are comfortable with TDD/BDD
  • Are comfortable with Agile methods, such as Extreme Programming (XP), Scrum and/or Kanban
  • You are an advocate for technical excellence while being open to change when needed
  • You are resilient in ambiguous situations and can approach challenges from multiple perspectives
  • You have solid experience in cloud technology, namely AWS
  • You are a solution thinker – always looking to solve the problem in the best possible way
  • You are customer centric and business focussed – placing the business outcome and customer at the heart of everything that they do
  • You will be responsible for building accessible and performant interfaces across multiple devices and browsers.
  • You will write and share quality test-driven code, using modern frameworks and development techniques.
  • You will be responsible for Integrating into Back-end services, working with cross-functional teams to ensure services are built to high standards.

The Skills

  • Extensive Python, Kotlin or Java experience
  • Proven experience with API design and API design (anti-)patterns; in particular with REST
  • Understanding of and ideally experience with AWS API Gateway, Swagger and authentication integration
  • Knowledge of and experience with AWS. In particular: Lambda & Serverless Application Model (SAM) and API Gateway – and ideally Docker
  • Experience with Continuous Integration/Delivery/Deployment
  • Ideally experience or understanding of AWS Codepipeline, CodeBuild and Cloudformation
  • Understanding of authentication & authorisation models
  • Experience with databases, ideally AWS DynamoDB and Aurora/RDS MySQL
  • Passion for Unit & Integration testing automation
  • Not afraid of tough, never-tried-before challenges and experimentation

Competitive Salary & Benefits


You can expect a competitive salary and benefits package. In addition to the salary you’ll benefit from a defined benefit pension scheme, flexible lifestyle benefits options and entry into the bonus scheme.
Although our roles are advertised on a full-time basis as standard, flexible working arrangements will be considered.

Why EDF?

We’re an employer to feel better about. We’re proud to be an inclusive, disability confident employer and recognise the importance of employee well-being, and although these roles are advertised on a full-time basis as standard, flexible working arrangements will be considered.

We’re about the people who work with us and we celebrate their diversities and embrace the value that their differences bring. We believe that a culture of inclusion forms the basis of a truly sustainable business and is vital to shaping a strong and fresh-thinking organisation, with a number of employer networks and benefits to suit your lifestyle.

Recruiting from the widest possible pool of talent, we assess every potential employee against our four key behaviours – Integrity, Inclusion, Inspiration and Impact. We make sure that our workforce is a true reflection of our communities and customers. Their unique perspectives not only give us a better understanding of customers from all walks of life, but bring fresh ideas too.

  • Crawley, UK
  • £50k - 70k
  • 10 Mar 2020

Job description

We’re not your average Energy Company – EDF are embarking on a programme of “disruption from within”, driving an innovative engineering culture to deliver an exceptional customer experience & cutting-edge digital-first approach.


As a core part of our tech led approach we are looking for a Developer who can create well -crafted and robust code to work within one of our EDF Customers business product teams. Our community of technologists thinks disruptively to deliver pragmatic solutions for our most complex projects. We come together as a collaborative and inclusive team to push boundaries, create quality solutions and keep abreast of the latest trends in tech.


The role comprises of the full software delivery life-cycle. You will work closely with the Product Owner, Architect(s), and Scrum Master in order to bring new functionality and technical improvements to market and you will be comfortable operating within a fast paced, flexible and iterative delivery environment.


The Person


The role will form part of the Business Change & IT function, within the Customers business unit. You will be responsible for building elegant, accessible and scalable services that meet User needs. You will work within, and contribute to, the overall Software Development Lifecycle Process as part of a multi-functional Agile delivery team. You will also have knowledge of modern web development stacks, web standards, user experience, progressive enhancement, performance, accessibility, browser compatibility, tooling and pipelines.

Being comfortable contributing to a team where:

  • You can skilfully write high-quality, well-tested code and are comfortable with TDD/BDD
  • Are comfortable with Agile methods, such as Extreme Programming (XP), Scrum and/or Kanban
  • You are an advocate for technical excellence while being open to change when needed
  • You are resilient in ambiguous situations and can approach challenges from multiple perspectives
  • You have solid experience in cloud technology, namely AWS
  • You are a solution thinker – always looking to solve the problem in the best possible way
  • You are customer centric and business focussed – placing the business outcome and customer at the heart of everything that they do
  • You will be responsible for building accessible and performant interfaces across multiple devices and browsers.
  • You will write and share quality test-driven code, using modern frameworks and development techniques.
  • You will be responsible for Integrating into Back-end services, working with cross-functional teams to ensure services are built to high standards.

The Skills

  • Extensive Python, Kotlin or Java experience
  • Proven experience with API design and API design (anti-)patterns; in particular with REST
  • Understanding of and ideally experience with AWS API Gateway, Swagger and authentication integration
  • Knowledge of and experience with AWS. In particular: Lambda & Serverless Application Model (SAM) and API Gateway – and ideally Docker
  • Experience with Continuous Integration/Delivery/Deployment
  • Ideally experience or understanding of AWS Codepipeline, CodeBuild and Cloudformation
  • Understanding of authentication & authorisation models
  • Experience with databases, ideally AWS DynamoDB and Aurora/RDS MySQL
  • Passion for Unit & Integration testing automation
  • Not afraid of tough, never-tried-before challenges and experimentation

Competitive Salary & Benefits


You can expect a competitive salary and benefits package. In addition to the salary you’ll benefit from a defined benefit pension scheme, flexible lifestyle benefits options and entry into the bonus scheme.
Although our roles are advertised on a full-time basis as standard, flexible working arrangements will be considered.

Why EDF?

We’re an employer to feel better about. We’re proud to be an inclusive, disability confident employer and recognise the importance of employee well-being, and although these roles are advertised on a full-time basis as standard, flexible working arrangements will be considered.

We’re about the people who work with us and we celebrate their diversities and embrace the value that their differences bring. We believe that a culture of inclusion forms the basis of a truly sustainable business and is vital to shaping a strong and fresh-thinking organisation, with a number of employer networks and benefits to suit your lifestyle.

Recruiting from the widest possible pool of talent, we assess every potential employee against our four key behaviours – Integrity, Inclusion, Inspiration and Impact. We make sure that our workforce is a true reflection of our communities and customers. Their unique perspectives not only give us a better understanding of customers from all walks of life, but bring fresh ideas too.

  • London, UK
  • 10 Mar 2020

Job description

Description

As a Senior Data Engineer you will be working on a platform that will hold data on millions of ClearScore users across the world. This will involve designing and implementing massively high-volume and robust data pipelines that will feed user behavioural data back into production systems. You will engineer systems that will power ClearScore’s analytics which will handle thousands of events per second from users interacting with our product.

About the data team

  • The data team ingests and processes 90M events per day, peaking at 360k events per minute.
  • We use Kafka, Kinesis, Spark-streaming and SQS for stream processing.
  • Airflow, Spark, Spark-SQL and AWS-glue for batch processing.
  • AWS, Jenkins, Docker and Terraform for infrastructure.
  • "You build it you run it" culture, empowering our engineers to work with AWS, Docker and Terraform.
  • BDD/TDD and peer-reviewing enabling us to do frequent yet resilient releases to global markets.

About ClearScore

"People around the world will turn to ClearScore when they think about financial decisions. We make personal finance clearer, calmer and easier to understand. We help people take decisions that create greater financial well-being."

This is the ClearScore mission, and what you will see when you come into our office.

ClearScore is one of the fastest growing FinTechs in Europe. We've changed the credit scoring and credit report market in the UK forever and our mission is to transform how people manage their personal finances around the world. From building financial literacy chatbots, to creating industry leading relationships and integrations with financial institutions, our technology and our developers enable the creation of the next generation of consumer-facing financial technology.

We are proud to say that our engineering team at ClearScore is world class and at the heart of making this mission a reality for our millions of users. For more information on our tech stack check out our Tech Radar 2020, how we work is summarised in our Engineering Principles and we have many other Tech Blogs on Medium.

Requirements

  • Inside out knowledge of the Scala language and Apache Spark.
  • Proven delivery on the construction of Big Data pipelines.
  • Know TDD as a practice and you know how to put it into practice.
  • Proven project experience working on building a Data Lake and understand the value it brings to the business.
  • Responsible for what you put out into production. There are no walls to throw your code over and you understand how to test your work end to end.
  • Willingness or experience managing engineers would be hugely appreciated.

Benefits

  • Holidays – 25 paid holidays and a “duvet day” on your birthday
  • Pension – ClearScore matches up to 6%
  • Market-beating medical insurance - with the option to add friends and family
  • Dental cover with Denplan, the LARGEST dental provider in the UK – with the option to add family members
  • All permanent staff are automatically included in our ClearScore Group Life Assurance Scheme – life insurance cover will be an amount that is equal to 4x your basic salary
  • Perkbox – a choice of different benefits
  • Flexible work hours and the ability to work from home
  • Flexible, generous and personalised maternity and paternity plans
  • Monthly funded GP office visits
  • Free breakfast and fruit...and a beer fridge
  • Company personal trainer, boxing and yoga classes
  • Company clubs for football, climbing, cinema, board games... if there's not one for your passion, start one!
  • London, UK
  • 10 Mar 2020

Job description

Description

As a Senior Data Engineer you will be working on a platform that will hold data on millions of ClearScore users across the world. This will involve designing and implementing massively high-volume and robust data pipelines that will feed user behavioural data back into production systems. You will engineer systems that will power ClearScore’s analytics which will handle thousands of events per second from users interacting with our product.

About the data team

  • The data team ingests and processes 90M events per day, peaking at 360k events per minute.
  • We use Kafka, Kinesis, Spark-streaming and SQS for stream processing.
  • Airflow, Spark, Spark-SQL and AWS-glue for batch processing.
  • AWS, Jenkins, Docker and Terraform for infrastructure.
  • "You build it you run it" culture, empowering our engineers to work with AWS, Docker and Terraform.
  • BDD/TDD and peer-reviewing enabling us to do frequent yet resilient releases to global markets.

About ClearScore

"People around the world will turn to ClearScore when they think about financial decisions. We make personal finance clearer, calmer and easier to understand. We help people take decisions that create greater financial well-being."

This is the ClearScore mission, and what you will see when you come into our office.

ClearScore is one of the fastest growing FinTechs in Europe. We've changed the credit scoring and credit report market in the UK forever and our mission is to transform how people manage their personal finances around the world. From building financial literacy chatbots, to creating industry leading relationships and integrations with financial institutions, our technology and our developers enable the creation of the next generation of consumer-facing financial technology.

We are proud to say that our engineering team at ClearScore is world class and at the heart of making this mission a reality for our millions of users. For more information on our tech stack check out our Tech Radar 2020, how we work is summarised in our Engineering Principles and we have many other Tech Blogs on Medium.

Requirements

  • Inside out knowledge of the Scala language and Apache Spark.
  • Proven delivery on the construction of Big Data pipelines.
  • Know TDD as a practice and you know how to put it into practice.
  • Proven project experience working on building a Data Lake and understand the value it brings to the business.
  • Responsible for what you put out into production. There are no walls to throw your code over and you understand how to test your work end to end.
  • Willingness or experience managing engineers would be hugely appreciated.

Benefits

  • Holidays – 25 paid holidays and a “duvet day” on your birthday
  • Pension – ClearScore matches up to 6%
  • Market-beating medical insurance - with the option to add friends and family
  • Dental cover with Denplan, the LARGEST dental provider in the UK – with the option to add family members
  • All permanent staff are automatically included in our ClearScore Group Life Assurance Scheme – life insurance cover will be an amount that is equal to 4x your basic salary
  • Perkbox – a choice of different benefits
  • Flexible work hours and the ability to work from home
  • Flexible, generous and personalised maternity and paternity plans
  • Monthly funded GP office visits
  • Free breakfast and fruit...and a beer fridge
  • Company personal trainer, boxing and yoga classes
  • Company clubs for football, climbing, cinema, board games... if there's not one for your passion, start one!
  • London, UK
  • Equity
  • 10 Mar 2020

Job description

Our Site Reliability Engineers are the primary interface between Yelp’s developers and production infrastructure. No matter how many times we get searched, scraped, scanned, spammed, pinged, paged, or queried, we gotta keep our cool - and keep the site running smoothly. 

We work in both the dev and systems worlds, implementing key parts of the core architecture and supporting devs as they try to do the same. We get to tackle interesting challenges that you can only find at the kind of scale that serves over 100 million users per month. 

With us, you'll build monitoring and alerting systems to support site stability and performance. You'll proactively scale our AWS infrastructure to meet an ever-increasing demand. You'll make sure that when something goes bump in the night, someone hears it. In short, you'll play a key role in keeping Yelp fast, available, and growing, connecting users to great local businesses.

Skills & Requirements

What You Will Do:

  • Work closely with developers in supporting new features and services
  • Build tools to monitor site stability and performance
  • Help scale our AWS-based infrastructure (no racking servers or swapping hard drives here!)
  • Work with our open source platform as a service, PaaSTA
  • Troubleshoot site issues using industry-leading tools like Splunk and SignalFX
  • Automate everything with Puppet, Git, Jenkins, and Terraform
  • Develop custom tools when off-the-shelf solutions don’t work at our scale and contribute upstream to open source projects
  • Design new systems, tests, and procedures
  • Participate in light on-call rotations - we have geographically distributed SRE teams for follow-the-sun support, which means no 2:00 AM pages!

What We Are Looking For:

  • Mastery of Linux (we use Ubuntu)
  • Command of your favourite modern programming language: Python, Ruby, Go, Rust, Java, C++, etc.
  • Solid understanding of fundamental technologies like TCP/IP, HTTP, and DNS
  • Knowledge of best practices related to security, performance, and disaster recovery
  • Experience with web server configuration (Apache/Nginx/HAproxy), monitoring, trending, network design, and high availability
  • Strong scripting and automation skills
  • Expertise in Configuration Management (Puppet/Ansible/Chef/etc.)
  • Experience with public cloud platforms (we use AWS, but Azure/GCP are fine) and related tooling (Terraform, etc.)
  • Experience with Docker or other container technologies
  • Excellent communication and documentation skills

What We Offer:

  • Full responsibility for projects from day one, an awesome team, and a dynamic work environment
  • Competitive salary with equity in the company, a pension scheme, and an optional employee stock purchase program
  • Private health insurance, including dental and vision
  • Flexible working hours and meeting-free Thursdays
  • Regular 2-day Hackathons and weekly learning groups, always with interesting topics
  • Opportunities to participate in events and conferences throughout Europe
  • Public transportation season ticket loan and £50 per month toward any exercise of your choice
  • Monthly personal development allowance
  • Central location, a fully stocked kitchen, adjustable sitting/standing desks, quarterly offsites, happy hours, and more! 
  • London, UK
  • Equity
  • 10 Mar 2020

Job description

Our Site Reliability Engineers are the primary interface between Yelp’s developers and production infrastructure. No matter how many times we get searched, scraped, scanned, spammed, pinged, paged, or queried, we gotta keep our cool - and keep the site running smoothly. 

We work in both the dev and systems worlds, implementing key parts of the core architecture and supporting devs as they try to do the same. We get to tackle interesting challenges that you can only find at the kind of scale that serves over 100 million users per month. 

With us, you'll build monitoring and alerting systems to support site stability and performance. You'll proactively scale our AWS infrastructure to meet an ever-increasing demand. You'll make sure that when something goes bump in the night, someone hears it. In short, you'll play a key role in keeping Yelp fast, available, and growing, connecting users to great local businesses.

Skills & Requirements

What You Will Do:

  • Work closely with developers in supporting new features and services
  • Build tools to monitor site stability and performance
  • Help scale our AWS-based infrastructure (no racking servers or swapping hard drives here!)
  • Work with our open source platform as a service, PaaSTA
  • Troubleshoot site issues using industry-leading tools like Splunk and SignalFX
  • Automate everything with Puppet, Git, Jenkins, and Terraform
  • Develop custom tools when off-the-shelf solutions don’t work at our scale and contribute upstream to open source projects
  • Design new systems, tests, and procedures
  • Participate in light on-call rotations - we have geographically distributed SRE teams for follow-the-sun support, which means no 2:00 AM pages!

What We Are Looking For:

  • Mastery of Linux (we use Ubuntu)
  • Command of your favourite modern programming language: Python, Ruby, Go, Rust, Java, C++, etc.
  • Solid understanding of fundamental technologies like TCP/IP, HTTP, and DNS
  • Knowledge of best practices related to security, performance, and disaster recovery
  • Experience with web server configuration (Apache/Nginx/HAproxy), monitoring, trending, network design, and high availability
  • Strong scripting and automation skills
  • Expertise in Configuration Management (Puppet/Ansible/Chef/etc.)
  • Experience with public cloud platforms (we use AWS, but Azure/GCP are fine) and related tooling (Terraform, etc.)
  • Experience with Docker or other container technologies
  • Excellent communication and documentation skills

What We Offer:

  • Full responsibility for projects from day one, an awesome team, and a dynamic work environment
  • Competitive salary with equity in the company, a pension scheme, and an optional employee stock purchase program
  • Private health insurance, including dental and vision
  • Flexible working hours and meeting-free Thursdays
  • Regular 2-day Hackathons and weekly learning groups, always with interesting topics
  • Opportunities to participate in events and conferences throughout Europe
  • Public transportation season ticket loan and £50 per month toward any exercise of your choice
  • Monthly personal development allowance
  • Central location, a fully stocked kitchen, adjustable sitting/standing desks, quarterly offsites, happy hours, and more! 
  • Edinburgh, UK
  • 10 Mar 2020

Job description

Join us in Edinburgh as a DevOps Engineer

  • We'll look to you to develop and promote adoption of CICD Toolchains to support automation and control, including the leverage of infrastructure as code
  • You'll curate the utilisation of standard design patterns to achieve application abstraction from infrastructure, and work with application teams to promote their use and development
  • You'll develop relationships with Enterprise Cloud Platform and Digital Engineering Services, promoting adoption of their tooling solutions and feeding back requirements
  • Along with the opportunity to work with a large number of application teams, you'll have exposure to other areas of technology, and you'll benefit from working in an agile environment with flexible working options

What you'll do

As DevOps Engineer, you'll be responsible for the development and customisation of CICD Toolchains, and you'll support Enterprise Solutions (ES) Engineers to communicate best practises, and drive training and education. You'll also collaborate with the Application Modernisation Unit Lead and Architect to produce a strategy for the adoption of automation and tooling across ES.

Working with the ES platform teams, you'll enable adoption of  DevOps, Automation, CICD Tooling and infrastructure as code, and you'll maintain a knowledge base of code and tooling information covering BitBucket and Confluence.

You'll also:

  • Deliver repeatable patterns for automation, and encourage their adoption
  • Develop infrastructure as code to support public and private cloud initiatives
  • Manage day-to-day activities within risk appetite
  • Display risk practices and behaviours consistent with a risk culture where risk is simply part of the way we work and think

The skills you'll need

We're looking for someone with hands on DevOps engineering or software development experience, and the ability to articulate the benefits of infrastructure as code and immutable systems to the business as well as CICD Toolchain.

Along with experience of Terraform, Puppet, Cloud Formation, TeamCity, Jenkins, Git or equivalent technologies, you'll a background delivering build, test and deployment automation solutions.

As well as this, you'll demonstrate:

  • Experience of Pivotal Cloud Foundry, Docker and Kubernetes
  • Experience of Public Cloud AWS, Azure and Google Cloud
  • The ability to use tools to guarantee quality
  • A passion for technology

If you need any adjustments to support your application, such as information in alternative formats or special requirements to access our buildings, or if you’re eligible under the Disability Confident Scheme please contact us and we’ll do everything we can to help.

  • Edinburgh, UK
  • 10 Mar 2020

Job description

Join us in Edinburgh as a DevOps Engineer

  • We'll look to you to develop and promote adoption of CICD Toolchains to support automation and control, including the leverage of infrastructure as code
  • You'll curate the utilisation of standard design patterns to achieve application abstraction from infrastructure, and work with application teams to promote their use and development
  • You'll develop relationships with Enterprise Cloud Platform and Digital Engineering Services, promoting adoption of their tooling solutions and feeding back requirements
  • Along with the opportunity to work with a large number of application teams, you'll have exposure to other areas of technology, and you'll benefit from working in an agile environment with flexible working options

What you'll do

As DevOps Engineer, you'll be responsible for the development and customisation of CICD Toolchains, and you'll support Enterprise Solutions (ES) Engineers to communicate best practises, and drive training and education. You'll also collaborate with the Application Modernisation Unit Lead and Architect to produce a strategy for the adoption of automation and tooling across ES.

Working with the ES platform teams, you'll enable adoption of  DevOps, Automation, CICD Tooling and infrastructure as code, and you'll maintain a knowledge base of code and tooling information covering BitBucket and Confluence.

You'll also:

  • Deliver repeatable patterns for automation, and encourage their adoption
  • Develop infrastructure as code to support public and private cloud initiatives
  • Manage day-to-day activities within risk appetite
  • Display risk practices and behaviours consistent with a risk culture where risk is simply part of the way we work and think

The skills you'll need

We're looking for someone with hands on DevOps engineering or software development experience, and the ability to articulate the benefits of infrastructure as code and immutable systems to the business as well as CICD Toolchain.

Along with experience of Terraform, Puppet, Cloud Formation, TeamCity, Jenkins, Git or equivalent technologies, you'll a background delivering build, test and deployment automation solutions.

As well as this, you'll demonstrate:

  • Experience of Pivotal Cloud Foundry, Docker and Kubernetes
  • Experience of Public Cloud AWS, Azure and Google Cloud
  • The ability to use tools to guarantee quality
  • A passion for technology

If you need any adjustments to support your application, such as information in alternative formats or special requirements to access our buildings, or if you’re eligible under the Disability Confident Scheme please contact us and we’ll do everything we can to help.