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DevOps Developer
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Recruiter: Canterbury Christ Church University
Listed on: 10th July
Location: Canterbury
Salary/Rate: £33199 - £35211
Type: Permanent
Start Date: ASAP
Reference: CCU45
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DevOps Developer
£33,199 - £35,211
Transform, innovate, grow: build your skills as you take us into a new digital era.
With 17,000 students at campuses across Kent, Canterbury Christ Church University is a successful and inspiring institution that's always striving for progress. Our IT Department is responsible for supporting the University with high quality IT services and right now, it's adopting exciting new technology to transform our digital systems. It all adds up to a fantastic environment for skilled Developers: a place where you can bring your skills to the fore, drive innovation and grow your knowledge and experience.
An enthusiastic DevOps Developer, you'll join a mid-size professional team that have initiatives underway to transform our digital environments using Azure Services and Azure DevOps tools to drive automation. You'll join us on the journey as we move from a traditional on-premise operation to a ‘serverless infrastructure as code' environment.
Your main task is to help take developments from design and build to an operational, business-owned solution. It's a hands-on coding role, where you'll develop, maintain and enhance business solutions and respond to new change requests. We'll expect you to carry out deep investigations from escalated 3rd line development issues, and to provide any code changes that may be required.
Degree-qualified (or with relevant professional certification), you'll have the skills and confidence to dive into existing code and investigate issues. Your skills would include an understanding of .NET, C# and TSQL and knowledge of using a git branching workflow.  You would have experience in developing applications and an understanding of the software development life cycle.  Able to test and validate code, switching between programming languages and explaining technical issues to varying technical levels within the business.
You'll thrive in an open, team-based setting where your voice, contribution and enthusiasm will be welcomed and valued, and where you will be able to learn and use new skills and knowledge.
We work in a flexible working environment that promotes diversity and equal opportunity, and where you can learn, train and keep up to date with the latest developments in technology. Join us and help to deliver exciting projects that enhance the student and staff experience.
 Canterbury Christ Church University reserve the right to bring the closing date of this position forward where a high volume of applications are received.