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Google Cloud Engineer

  • Location

    City of London, London

  • Sector:

    Business Intelligence & Big Data

  • Job type:

    Permanent

  • Salary:

    £65000 - £95000 per annum + Package

  • Contact:

    Oliver Mutch

  • Contact email:

    Oliver@pioneer-search.com

  • Job ref:

    BBBH2443A_1574701664

  • Published:

    15 days ago

  • Expiry date:

    2019-12-02

  • Consultant:

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Google Cloud Engineer - Data, DevOps, Development, Data Science

Google Cloud Engineer is urgently needed for a Consultancy based in London. They are working with a large portfolio of clients that are migrating into GCP and therefore need experienced Cloud Engineers to continue working on their technical project delivery.

The company themselves are a management consultancy that pride themselves in Digital Transformation projects. You would be working directly in their Google Cloud Platform division, assisting a long list of illustrious clients.

The basis of the role is going to require previous experience with GCP. This will need to be at least 6 months within a commercial environment. If you have helped migrate to GCP that will be a massive plus, along with any certifications to support your cloud experience.

We are looking for an array of candidates to help fill out this new division. They are now a certified Google partner and so would like to see people that have come from Development, Data Engineering, Architecture, DevOps amongst others.

As a consultancy they have a variety of technology stacks that. A few are outlined below:

Java

  • Java 8+
  • MVC, JDBC and RESTful
  • Knowledge of JVM, its limitations, weaknesses, and workarounds
  • Building tools such as Ant, Maven and Gradle
  • Using a range of technologies and libraries in the Java ecosystem.

JavaScript/MVC

  • Client-side scripting and JavaScript frameworks, such as jQuery
  • Various MVCs, understanding the difference between them, and when one makes more sense than another. E.g. Backbone.js, Angular.js, React.js, Vue.js, Node.js.
  • Pushing business logic into browser rather than server.
  • Image authoring tools.
  • SEO principles and developing compliant applications.

.NET

  • C#
  • .NET Web Framework
  • .NET Core

Please contact myself directly for more details!