DevOps/Data Engineer

Big Data & Analytics £ 55,000 - £ 75,000 per year, Amazing Benefits

DEVOPS ENGINEER
Big Data & Analytics £ 55,000 - £ 75,000 per year

DevOps Engineer - London
£55,000 - £75,000 + benefits
April Start Date

DevOps Engineer - The Company

Our client is geopolitical communications consultancy focusing on political, social and developmental campaigns. They blend acute strategic insight and in-depth understanding of political campaigning with cutting-edge data analytics and behavioural science methods, to help governments, political parties and NGOs to design and deliver more effective communications - from democratic elections to grassroots humanitarian campaigns.

DevOps Engineer - The Role

As a DevOps Engineer, you will be working alongside data scientists, research teams and some of the world's most exciting clients to answer some fascinating questions using unique data sources, and then building products and scalable deployment architecture around the resultant models. Would suit a seasoned engineer with strong technical skill set combining Data Engineering, Cloud Technologies & containerization concepts, and Node.JS Dev experience.

DevOps Engineer - Key Skills

* Experience with AWS is essential
* Experience with JavaScript (or specifically Node.js) is essential
* Experience with Docker strongly preferred


If this is the DevOps Engineer role then APPLY NOW !!

For further assurance, please review my profile on LinkedIn and connect with me; Search for "CHARITY GRIFFITHS". To apply for this fantastic opportunity or for further information, please contact: Charity Griffiths| DD: 020 78 45 72 74 - charity.griffiths@majorplayers.co.uk Please notes all applications will be made in confidence. Feel free to call me directly.
Contact: Charity Griffiths

Contact: Charity Griffiths
 

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