Beechwood Centre, 40 Lower Gravel Road, Bromley, BR2 8GP

Mobile DevOps Engineer

What you will be doing:
DevOps Engineers in the Mobile team are passionate, self-motivated individuals, who are comfortable building custom tooling in Python, writing documentation that scales across multiple teams and can identify, design and build automated solutions to existing manual processes.
Monitor, maintain and extend the existing in-house Mobile CI Infrastructure (Jenkins, Ansible, Vagrant, AWS) and related services.
Build and extend our custom tooling (Python) to improve developer productivity throughout the mobile teams.
Involvement in incident management and supporting production systems.
Provide support to the development teams.
Ensure that the mobile services conform to our clients controls.
Actively participate in the Mobile Engineering Discipline and associated communities.
Expanding the CI capability.
Supporting procurement of external services.
Building tooling to support automated app releases.
Building custom tooling for our development teams.
Engaging with the development teams to identify common problems and solutions.

What you must bring to the role:
Experience working with Jenkins, CircleCI, BuildKite or other CI/CD platforms.
Good understanding of how DevOps can be applied to CI/CD and how Python can be used for IT Automation.
Understanding of the end-to-end software development lifecycle.
Understanding how Mobile apps are built using tools such as Gradle and Xcode build.
Understanding of Git commands.
Experience in performing root causes analysis on build and test automation logs.

What you will ideally bring to the role:
Experience working with Ansible and Vagrant.
Experience using Swift/Kotlin for producing iOS/Android applications.
Experience with Pivotal Cloud Foundry and AWS.
Expert knowledge of using Python for automating manual tasks.
Experience in cross-team collaboration.
Exposure to monitoring tools such as Splunk, AppDynamics or Prometheus.
Bash scripting skills.
Working knowledge of Java and the JVM (memory spaces).
Performance testing.