Role: Platform Engineer (AWS/ Azure/ GCP)
Location/ Working arrangement: Nottingham City Centre/ Flexible hybrid model between the office and client site when needed, no fixed days, but roughly once per week in the office/ site on average.
Salary: up to £80k plus benefits
Do you feel like the smartest person in the room at most of the places where you’ve worked?
Are you bored and feel like there should be more of a challenge out there, somewhere?
Fed up with always working on the same things?
If you answered ‘yes’ to at least one of those questions, then read on!
I am working with a consultancy who are excellent at what they do.
Their cross-functional Agile teams are drafted into companies that have software problems, as subject matter experts, to fix them for them.
So, they only hire the best of the best- people who have honed their chosen craft, want variety, plenty of interesting challenges, and problems to efficiently solve.
You will have them all to knowledge share with, collaborate with, and have a laugh with!
Because of the nature of the business, no day or client is the same, so any Engineer that joins them gets lots of variety in terms of the tech stack, people to interact with, problems to solve and things to learn.
The business model does also mean that they can’t offer full remote working, as there will always be some problems that can’t be solved from home or meetings that don’t work virtually, so flexibility around working arrangements is a must for anyone considering working there.
They are hiring a lot of people to keep up with the growing demand for their services, so they need you.
It doesn’t matter if you’ve specialised in a particular cloud provider- like AWS, Azure or GCP- or tech – such as Kubernetes, Ansible, Terraform, Docker, etc- or if you’re a polyglot, as long as you have bags of passion, skills and enthusiasm, they want to talk to you!
As you can imagine, they strongly adhere to best practices in everything they do, so using concepts such as Infrastructure as Code (IaC), design patterns, SOLID principles, Test Driven Development (TDD), etc is very important to them- you will need to be happy using these.
They have several ways to disseminate knowledge throughout their teams, such as a company technical podcast, their own meetup, and lunch and learn sessions. Also, when you are ‘on the bench’- between projects- you are encouraged to upskill and learn as much as you can to better aid you on your next project.
If this sounds right up your street, apply now or drop me a line today to find out more!