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Site Reliability Engineer | Azure

Job Title: Site Reliability Engineer | Azure
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Docklands, Victoria
Industry:
Salary: Negotiable
Reference: 210215_1620176319
Contact Name: Geordie McPherson
Contact Email: sophia.franke@peoplebank.com.au
Job Published: May 05, 2021 10:58

Job Description

Cloud Services is accountable for the run of all Cloud infrastructure services including IaaS, PaaS and associated technologies.

Key accountabilities of this role

  • Manage the creation, delivery and lifecycle of Cloud (IaaS & PaaS) services to meet business requirements.
  • Lead a blended insourced and outsourced team to ensure that cloud services are operated
  • Encourage the sharing of skills and experience and contribute to the success of the business at all levels, in a way that is vital and authentic.

Skills Required:

  • Experience in management of public cloud services (eg. IaaS/PaaS, Automation, etc)
  • Experience in Cloud Platforms, including but not exclusively;
    • Understanding of DevOps and Site Reliability Engineering principals
    • The ability to understand complex environments
    • Key cloud concepts (tagging, power management, right sizing, templates, cost management)
    • Azure PaaS services and containerization solutions
  • Experience implementing common coding languages used by SREs / DevOps such as Python, JavaScript, PowerShell, Bash etc
  • Experience implementing automation and infrastructure-as-code solutions such as Terraform, Azure DevOps, ARM templates, DSC, Ansible, etc
  • Conduct meetings with stakeholders, understanding technology and business outcomes
  • Monitor and report on service/operational performance (including associated technologies such as Splunk, Azure Monitor, Power BI)
  • Escalation point in relation to process or service failures

INTERVIEWS WILL COMMENCE STRAIGHT AWAY


For more information or a confidential discussion, please contact Geordie McPherson on quoting reference <210215>.

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