Platform Engineer AWS IaC Terraform

Platform Engineer St. Albans to £110k Platform Engineer / DevOps (AWS IaC Terraform Python). Would you like to join a technology driven trading company, using the latest technologies, where you can take ownership and will get your voice heard in a collaborative team environment? You could be joining a technology driven trading company that specialise in sports markets. The trading platform is built in-house, running on top of the internal platform hosted on AWS. As a Platform Engineer you will be responsible for building and operating this platform which underpins the entire trading infrastructure, ensuring that it is highly available and meets the demands of a modern, complex system. You'll be working with modern Infrastructure as Code practices and a diverse range of technologies which you'll be able to influence. There's a flat structure, anyone can contribute to any part of the system with the directors sitting with the tech team, ready to answer questions and define requirements. This Platform Engineer role presents an excellent opportunity to join a technology led company that is experiencing massive success. There's currently a remote interview and onboarding process and the ability to work from home; in time you'll be based in offices in St. Albans, Hertfordshire (25 minutes from Kings Cross); parking also available (10 mins from M25). Requirements: You have experience in a Platform Engineer / DevOps position You have a good knowledge of AWS You have a good understanding of IaC principles, ideally with Terraform experience You're able to script with Python or bash to automate manual tasks You have a good working knowledge of Linux OS You're collaborative with great communication skills As a Platform Engineer you will earn a competitive salary (to £110k) plus bonus and benefits. Apply now or call 01372 476 575 to find out more about this Platform Engineer opportunity. This job was originally posted as www.totaljobs.com/job/92165840

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