Hydrogen Group are currently looking to recruit a permeant Build and Release Engineer for a fast-growing Fintech based in Glasgow. The successful candidate will be working within a hybrid work pattern with an expectation to be onsite 3 days per week.
Our client is looking for an experienced engineer to take ownership of the build, test and deployment processes.
The chosen candidate will be good at building relationships with the different teams and putting in place tools, monitoring and development processes which increase the velocity at which their development and QA teams can operate. Their work should make the process of releasing a feature a pleasure for the Development and QA teams. You will need to act as an advocate for change and better working practices and be able to communicate and build support for these changes amongst the development and QA teams.
Day to Day Responsibilities
· Coordinate and manage multiple feature releases through QA and Production
· Ensuring dev/QA environment stability and ensuring any interruptions are adequately coordinated
· Forward planning with QA and Development to identify potential environment or infrastructure pitfalls that could impact ability to QA a particular feature
· Manage and coordinate Build and Release Management activities, release branches/streams
· Make recommendations on specific aspects of Build and Deployment and continuously strive towards improvements in process and productivity through technology improvements
· Perform day-to-day project tasks needed to automate and deploy releases through test environments
Any of the following technologies/methodologies would be advantageous:
· Python/ GO (Python experience in particular is valuable as this is the programming language used by the majority of the development teams.)
· CI/CD Pipelines, Ansible
· Open Nebula / VCenter / KVM
· Networking and Sever configuration and knowledge
· L2/L3 load balancing
· Celery, Redis, RabbitMQ
· Emulating Hardware
To be successful in this role you must have the legal right to work in the UK. The company are not looking at sponsorship at this time