Cloud Infrastructure Engineer

Posted 10 June 2022
Salary£45000 - £55000 per annum
LocationHerefordshire
Job type Permanent
DisciplineIT
ReferenceCS34003_1654871377
Contact NameCharlotte Archer

Job description

My client is looking for a Cloud Infrastructure Engineer to join their growing team.
Working within the Fintech sector you will play a key role in support the Cloud Infrastructure.

As a Cloud Infrastructure Engineer your duties will include:

  • Working within the Infrastructure Team to maintain, upgrade and change the cloud infrastructure
  • Administration and Maintenance of the Azure Cloud Environment
  • Supporting and governing the Azure environment
  • Support a team of Architects you will lead technical build and support the infrastructure team through expertise in Azure and infrastructure.


To be successful in this role as a Cloud Infrastructure Engineer Role you will need to:

  • Excellent Infrastructure experience and knowledge
  • Azure experience
  • Networking infrastructure experience
  • Powershell and Scripting experience
  • Experience using IAAS, PAAS
  • Excellent experience of Windows Server and Virtual Servers (Hyper-V/VMware)

Amazing Benefits including:

  • Reward + Bonus scheme
  • 25 days holiday + Bank Holidays (Increases by 1 after 3 years, 3 after 5 years and then additional 8 after 10 years' service)
  • Perkplan - cashback scheme
  • Onsite gym
  • Financial advisors on site monthly (Pension & Mortgage - free advise)
  • Private Health Care
  • Absence committee - if your sickness if long term, your case can be considered for payment
  • Socials events
  • Breakout areas onsite, including bar, pool tables, table tennis and sofas.
  • Onsite fine dining restaurant
  • Beautiful outside office spaces
  • Internal moves are encouraged - they like to promote from within or move departments for further opportunities
  • The role is hybrid with remote working. Initially at least 1 day on site would be minimum.
  • Sponsorship offered for those whose Visa expires just after probationary period.