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iSense ICT Professionals · Standplaats: Amsterdam · 8 november 2019
Are you an experienced DevOps Engineer that knows how to handle a complex 24/7 IT environment? Do you have relevant work experience with at least one scripting language (Python, Powershell or Bash)? Do you know how to work within and set up a Cloud-based environment? Then advance your career in one of the coolest and most challenging financial companies located in Amsterdam, The Netherlands!
You are a Senior DevOps Engineer with a helicopter view that is going to work in a Core banking environment. Within the organization you will automate the applications, think about the architecture of the operations environment and deliver the best services to the consumers. You are someone that takes responsibility and always thinks one step ahead. You know how to lead and encourage other engineers. You will enter a challenging environment where they work according to Agile/Scrum/DevOps methodologies. Your main tasks involve:
You will work at one of the largest and most innovative financial organizations with offices in The Netherlands and all around the world. You will work within the domain that is responsible for delivering the core banking back-end services for current accounts, savings and loans.
You are responsible for making the Features Teams work as optimized as possible. To do so you need to set up a platform environment within the Cloud so that the back- end, where the current teams are operating on, are automized and continuously monitored. You need to design the technical part of the architecture to deliver the most sufficient way of maintaining the Cloud, taking the customers wishes into consideration. You need to make a complex environment as sufficient as possible by creating a proof of concepts to check how the services will work and to adjust them where necessary.