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John Beesley

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Senior Platform Developer

Manchester, UK

£55,000 - £65,000 per annum

GBP

Published

3-Jul-20

Type

Permanent

Ref No

BBBH13255

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John Beesley

Telephone

01614166754

Senior Platform Developer / Manchester & remote / up to £65,000

(remote process and onboarding)

There's a financial services organisation in Manchester which hasn't skipped a beat throughout the COVID crisis. Their services are in great demand throughout the world and they have continued to invest heavily in their teams and people.

We now have an opportunity for a Senior Platform Developer to enter the mix as they approach a crossroads in their technological journey. The business is pivoting towards a cloud-hosted, continuous delivery model, far removed from the stereotypical monolith you may associate with tech in financial services.

If you're a developer used to handling your own CI/CD, or you come from a DevOps background but have done your fair share of coding, this role should be of interest to you.

Are you in the mood for that next big challenge? You'll be assisting development teams in implementing engineering best practice as they utilise containerisation and the Azure suite. Some key tooling and technology you'll be playing with includes:

  • Azure
  • .NET Core
  • Kubernetes
  • Terraform

Interested? On top of your day to day work your wider package will include:

  • Flexible & remote working. The team was already set up for this before COVID and they have no desire to chain people to their desks in future.
  • Bonus & significant pension contribution.
  • A full commitment to your personal and professional development.
  • 25 days annual leave + bank holidays.

Want to know more? Click Apply and John from Burns Sheehan will be in touch.

Burns Sheehan Ltd will consider applications based only on skills and ability and will not discriminate on any grounds.

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