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Junior DevOps Engineer - Birmingham

  • Job
    Full-time
    Junior (1-2 years)
  • Software Engineering
  • £24K
  • Birmingham
  • 21d left

AI generated summary

  • You need passion for technology, ability in Python or similar languages, empathy, goal-oriented mindset, collaboration skills, creativity, and adaptability.
  • You will automate application deployments, monitor system health, troubleshoot issues, and manage resources effectively through infrastructure as code.

Requirements

  • We're not expecting you to have the proficiencies right away - that's where our award-winning Academy comes in. We are the experts in building skills and confidence in a fun and supportive environment that will not only challenge you but also develop your specialist capabilities ready to work on our clients' projects.
  • What we're looking for:
  • To be successful for this role you will demonstrate a level of ability in Python or similar. You will be passionate about technology and eager to learn programme development to an advanced level.
  • We're seeking candidates who can exemplify our values:
  • Empathy and Diversity: Integrity, respect, and a commitment to inclusivity.
  • Drive: A goal-oriented mindset with pride in exceeding targets.
  • Collaboration: A team-focused approach, fostering positive relationships.
  • Innovation: Curiosity, creativity, and openness to diverse ideas.
  • Flexibility: Adaptability and composure in the face of change.

Responsibilities

  • As a DevOps Engineer, you will be collaborating with the development and operations teams to automate the deployment of applications to multiple environments.
  • You will be responsible for monitoring the health and performance of systems and troubleshooting issues as they arise.
  • You will implement and maintain infrastructure as code to manage and provision resources effectively, while contributing to the development and improvement of DevOps practises and processes.

Application Process

  • Begin your journey by applying online and our team will review your application. If you pass our initial screening, you'll be invited to complete our online assessments and first stage interview. If successful, the final stage is a competency-based interview, here you'll have the opportunity to impress us with your ability to communicate effectively and exhibit behavioural competencies through relevant examples. We're looking for candidates who can demonstrate a collaborative spirit and a growth mindset.

FAQs

What is DevOps and why is it important in the business world?

DevOps is a practice that brings together development and operations to help businesses deliver systems faster, cheaper, and without sacrificing high quality. It is important because it creates stable, repeatable platforms for product deployment.

What skills are needed to become a DevOps specialist?

To become a DevOps specialist, you need both technical skills, such as using tools to deploy infrastructure as code and creating automation, as well as soft skills to seamlessly integrate with multiple teams.

What is the role of a Junior DevOps Engineer in the team?

A Junior DevOps Engineer is responsible for deploying infrastructure as code, creating automation, testing the platform during deployment, and hooking in monitoring systems for rapid up to date reporting. They work closely with both development and operations teams to ensure smooth product deployment.

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Mission & Purpose

Sparta Global is a B Corp certified technology services company specialising in the provision of highly skilled technology consultants – trained to add value in any workplace environment. Predominantly an early-careers and graduate employer, Sparta Global gives individuals with a passion for technology access to free training in areas such as; Software Development, DevOps, Testing, Data and Business Analysis. We equip our Spartan consultants with the exceptional collaborative and analytic skills they need to power short and long-term digital projects, connecting organisations with a diverse pool of technology talent that has the knowledge to take advantage of emerging technology trends. At the completion of their Academy courses, our trainees transition to ‘Spartans’ and are assigned to work on projects with Sparta Global clients across the UK. We now attract, train, deliver and support business and technology professionals for more than a hundred organisations across the UK and Ireland, including: the Home Office, ASOS, Three Mobile, Deloitte, Direct Line Group, RBS and many more. All Spartans are geographically flexible, offer a refreshing alternative to outsourced IT models and are a cost-effective way for companies to build and sustain future talent pipelines. Employees for the duration of our continuous learning programme, Spartans are also an IR35 compliant resource.