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Principle Cloud Architect - London - £70k-£85k

Principle Cloud Architect - London - £70k-£85k

Job Title: Principle Cloud Architect - London - £70k-£85k
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: London, United Kingdom
Salary: £70,000 - £85,000 (DOE)
Reference: 16584
Contact Name: David Lawrence
Job Published: February 10, 2020 18:15

Job Description

Principle Cloud Architect - Up to £85,000 - London

Amicus Recruitment are proud to be working with a start-up in Central London who are looking for a Principle Cloud Architect to join them as their first architect in the team on a permanent basis.

The founders are incredibly successful tech founders, previously selling another tech start up in the past for over $400m! This is their new venture and with just 5 people in the company currently, it’s an incredible opportunity for someone to get their feet in the door at an early stage and create huge opportunities for growth in the future.

This is a great opportunity for a bright Lead Engineer / Cloud Architect to really make their mark on a cutting-edge tech product.

You’ll be joining them to recommend, design and create cloud infrastructure (NoSQL /SQL databases) to support the existing platform. You will have day on day management & maintenance of the cloud systems and ensure the systems performance on a 24/7. If you have experience of Devops practices, this will be highly advantageous.

You:

  • Expert in Kubernetes
  • MongoDB
  • Redis / Python
  • Linux / Unix
  • String background in cloud deployment
  • Microservice Architecture
  • String background deploying scalable solutions that are reliable 24/7 & cost effective
  • Experience working on a start up environment would be highly advantageous.

Package/Benefits

  • Salary - £70-85k
  • Bonus
  • 25 days + BH

If you’re interested in hearing more, please send me a version of you updated CV to david.lawrence@amicusjobs.co.uk and I will get back to all shortlisted candidates.