£25000 - £35000 per annum + plus benefits
about 2 months ago
Are you an Infrastructure Engineer looking for a new opportunity? Do you want to work in a well-established company surrounded by like-minded individuals? Are you looking to earn up a competitive salary with additional on-job benefits? If this sounds like you then read on!
The company have enjoyed success for 20 years now providing cloud infrastructure to offer solutions to agronomists, retailers, and suppliers to allow data to navigate seamlessly through supply chains & their customer base includes a wide range of house hold names!
In this role as an Infrastructure Engineer you can expect the following:
-A competitive salary of £25,000-£35,000 depending on experience
-Variable start and finish times around core working hours from 9.30am to 4.00pm
-25 days standard holiday with 1 additional day per year up to 30 days (after 2 years' service)
-Holiday buy and sell
-Annual salary benchmark review
-Life insurance at two times salary
-Sick pay scheme: 4 weeks full pay, 4-13 weeks half pay
-Pension: employer contribution 4%, employee contribution 3.2%
The opportunity presents the right candidate with the opportunity to work within the Infrastructure team of a leading global food technology business. You will be actively involved in strategic infrastructure and DevOps as well as projects across the business. The focus on the role is to reduce and removal operational overhead via continual improvement and automation of operational tasks.
To be successful in this Infrastructure Engineer opportunity you should have experience of the following:
-Understanding of networking fundamentals (Essential)
-Agile/Lean working practices
-Software defined networking
This Infrastructure Engineer role is based in Ross-on-Wye in the glorious Herefordshire countryside, so is commutable from Hereford, Ledbury, Cheltenham, Gloucester, Tewkesbury, Hartpury, Worcester, Malvern, and Brockworth.
If you know an Infrastructure Engineer then don't hesitate to get in touch! We offer a referral scheme.