You're a DevOps Engineer or systems administrator with an instinct for developing solutions as much as you deploy them, always working with agile principles in mind.
Want to be free from everyday workplace distraction? Fed up of the daily commute?
Become a Devops Engineer for a software solutions business and you'll be earning £40,000 (negotiable)whilst working remotely from wherever your happy and most productive. You won't miss a beat, being highly connected via IRC and google hangouts and daily team meetings.
Your character and skill go hand in hand, and as a DevOps Engineer you will;
Have solid commercial experience as a systems administrator, devops or developer
Know Relational and NoSQL databases and agile practices Scrum and Kanban
Proficient in Linux, zsh, bash or similar and at least two programming languages
You've got an understanding of web services and web servers and know of TDD and CI
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