• Location: Denmark, Copenhagen Municipality, Copenhagen
  • Salary: Negotiable
  • Technology: AWS Jobs
  • Job Type: Permanent
  • Date Posted: 13th Oct, 2020
  • Reference: 100118JTE_1602607686
Lead Cloud Engineer - Competitive Salary - AWS

Looking for the flexibility and freedom of a start-up, with the stability and budget of a major Danish company?

My client is a highly recognisable brand looking for premier talent to form part of a completely new cloud infrastructure team. Successful clients would be responsible for forming this new team as they fit, as well as building new systems from scratch, automating processes, and working alongside specialist teams in development and IoT.

Worried about relocation? The successful applicant could choose from a range of offices around Denmark.

What you need:

* AWS experience

* Especially any experience with infrastructure

* DevOps experience

* Particularly with automation
* CI/CD; Docker; Kubernetes
* Testing applications are also useful, such as Puppet; Chef; Ansible

* Development experience is not required, but is a bonus
* Masters degree in Computer Science (or other relevant field)
* English speaking

Why you should apply:

* Embrace the freedom of a start-up with the financial security of a global company
* Build the team as you see fit
* Benefit from fully funded external training
* Work with the most cutting edge cloud technology
* Everyone likes to be paid what they're worth, and my client offers a competitive salary
* Truly see the impact of your work at a business level

If you would be a good fit for this role please send an updated CV to j.evans1@jeffersonfrank.com, or contact Jake Evans on +4589888257

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