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API Platform Engineer

Contract/Casual
NSW, Sydney
Posted on 14.06.2017
  • Initial 6 month contract
  • National Organisation
  • Sydney CBD based



Fantastic opportunity has now arisen to join of Australia's largest IT services organisations based on client site in the Sydney CBD

Sydney

A global IT services giant is urgently seeking an API Platform Engineer to join them on an initial 6 month contract. This role will see you providing expertise on client site which will be based in the beautiful location of Barangaroo

This role will see the successful candidate bring with them solid DevOps experience and the ability to quickly pick-up and run with new technologies.
This is an exciting opportunity for someone to play a strong part in the future success of a dynamic and innovative tier 1 client base.


Technical Requirements


  • Strong hands-on Linux (RHEL 7.x) Engineer with a solid DevOps experience
  • Will be responsible managing and hardening Linux servers
  • Extensive use of Ansible to declare software defined infrastructure that is validated via Inspec scripts
  • DevOps:
  • Continuous Integration
  • Continuous Delivery
  • Git/Bitbucket
  • Jenkins, Bamboo
  • Maven
  • Artifactory


Non-Technical Requirements


  • Continuous Improvement DNA
  • Keen to challenge the status quo
  • Proactive
  • Inquisitive
  • Team player willing to cross-skill others
  • Able to articulate technical challenges/concerns to non-technical people.



To be considered for the role click the 'Apply' button or for more information about this and other opportunities please contact George Davies on 02 94645955. Please quote our job reference number: 200168593.

Reference Number: 200168593_2

Contact Details: George Davies (02) 9464 5955 / gdavies@paxus.com.au

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