Build and support Cloud Platform solutions in one of the world’s largest banking and financial services organisation!
Krakow-based opportunity with the possibility to work remotely!
Working as a Cloud DevOps Engineer you will be responsible for managing the configuration and quality of our cloud-based application. You will be in charge of building new and enhancing existing deployment mechanisms. You will manage and maintain scalable and resilient processing infrastructure environments in Google
Your key responsibilities: Collaborate with developers, architects, testers and the broader organisation to smooth the process of building and running applications
- Use container technologies (e.g. Docker) to package and deploy system components
- Provision and maintain secure Google Cloud
- Perform penetration tests on microservice-oriented application
- Focus on thorough testing and documentation, resulting in high-quality services
- Analyse requirements to understand solutions and recommend improvements fully
- Keep up with changes and trends in the industry
The ideal candidate has:
- Cloud hands-on experience
- Strong experience in designing and creating new automation tests
- Good working knowledge of cloud technologies like AWS, Azure and GCP
- Strong technical and analytical troubleshooting skills and experience working in a technical support/network support role
- Experience building out CI toolchains using Jenkins CI/CD
- Experience in developing E2E tests (e.g. Selenium)
- A background in Systems Administration across Linux/AIX/WAS platforms, with strong scripting skills
- Working knowledge of modern scripting languages e.g. Python
It is a strong plus if you have:
- Knowledge of Cypress, Netsparker, Selenium
- Understanding of Microservices
We would like to meet you. If you are interested please apply and attach your CV in English or Polish, including a statement that you agree to our processing and storing of your personal data. You can always also apply by sending us an email at HR@itds.pl.
Internal number #2837