Web Devops Engineer
- Work with the latest technology stack
- Flexible working arrangements - Sydney/remotely
- Exciting new Digital project
Are you an experienced Web DevOps Engineer looking to join a well regarded Government Org based in the CBD?
Great opportunity for a Web Operations Engineer (Web Devops) to join a highly regarded Government department where you will join a team of Developers, web-ops engineers and technical specialists to update, build and maintain the development and hosting platforms.
Essential Skills and experience
- Deep and wide experience with infrastructure and platform technologies like AWS, Google Cloud, Cloud Foundry, Deis or Tsuru
- Strong experience and knowledge of the plumbing of the internet (TCP/IP, routing, bridging, HTTP, SSL, DNS, mail)
- Experience developing applications and creating automation to support infrastructure
- Experience working in and contributing to open source projects and culture
- Methodical approach to troubleshooting and debugging problems
- Experience developing and modifying applications - experience with a programming language
Reference Number: 200165494_3
Contact Details: Sara Latham - 0294645507
How to Apply?
Click on the link below
Contact Name: Sara Latham
Contact Phone: 0294645507
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