Coventry Building Society
8th October 2019
£35000 - £40000
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About The Role
Here at The Coventry we are on a journey to modernise our software delivery whilst also adopting a cloud first approach as we on-board and transition to AWS. We are currently looking to appoint a DevOps Engineer who will be an experienced practitioner of Software Delivery through automation, looking to move the society forwards in its journey to deliver software solutions efficiently through automation, CI/CD processes and tooling. Demonstrating a keen DevOps mind-set, you will help lead our engineering teams move towards a collaborative model for delivery through adoption of automated improvements in CI/CD, adoption of metrics and team ownership of solutions. This is an exciting time to join us as we embark on this journey as you will have the opportunity to input at an early stage and help shape our future.
Essential Skills and Experience:
Strong analytical, design and communication skills
Experience of Agile development methodologies
Experience of building either Microsoft .NET or Java application stacks
Windows Server and/or Linux/UNIX exposure
Jenkins (Administering, configuration and pipeline creation)
AWS (Certified Solutions Architect Associate desirable or equivalent depth of knowledge)
Proven experience in working with VCS solutions, ideally Git with GitHub Enterprise
Experience of configuring/managing/using at least 2 other common tools in the CI/CD toolchain such as:
Experience of using JIRA and Confluence
Experience of working in financial services
About The Company
IT at the Coventry is changing; we are currently undertaking an exciting transformation project that will shape the future of the organisation. As we progress on our journey we are seeking talented individuals who are passionate about delivering an outstanding experience for both members and colleagues in an environment where you will have the opportunity to be part of the future success of the organisation and work in an environment where personal and professional development is taken seriously.