Linux System Administrator or DevOps Engineer | Ubuntu, Ansible, Python, Prometheus, ELK | £60k | Remote
Ever watched Star Trek? Remember their portable diagnostic tool that could scan a body and ping out reams of information on vital signs, body chemistry and more? Well, I am working with a company who are basically making that a reality, breaking boundaries when it comes to molecular analysis and DNA sequencing?
Their technology is currently orbiting the earth on the International Space Station, helping in the fight against Ebola in Africa, and was integral in the development of the Covid vaccine. They count NASA and the NHS as some of their clients, with new projects coming in everyday
Every day is different in this dynamic ever-changing environment. The use cases for their platform are enormous, solving real world problems across healthcare, epidemiology, environmental science, agriculture, food and education.
They are recognised as one the leaders in their field and you will be joining a team of similarly passionate Engineers, Analysts, Scientists and forward thinkers.
They are looking for a Linux Systems Administrator or DevOps Engineer to join their diverse team. Day to day you may find yourself automating their infrastructure, managing security updates, implementing solid alerting and monitoring systems or developing Ansible playbooks
Ideally you’ll experience across the following:
- Linux (Ubuntu)
- Prometheus, Grafana or similar monitoring system
This can be an almost completely remote role if preferred, although they have a fantastic office in the Oxfordshire area if you like to face to face time. You will need to already be in the UK and have the right to work.
This is an excellent opportunity for a Linux Sysadmin to move into a more DevOps focused role, where you will also be able to get hands on with CI/CD tools and cloud technologies. They are also open to graduates with a year or so commercial experience.
Along with a fantastic working culture, you get a raft of amazing benefits including a bonus, share options, private medical. Plus you will be contributing to truly ground breaking technology that wouldn’t be out of place in Tony Stark’s lab.
If you fancy looking up at the night sky knowing some of your work has contributed to technology hurtling round the earth at 17,000mph, hit apply, drop your CV , or give me a call on 0117 403 6372.