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DevOps Software Engineer

Dairymaster are currently recruiting for: DevOps Software Engineer

Job Type: Full Time
Location: Dairymaster Global Headquarters, Causeway, Tralee, Co. Kerry, Ireland.


As DevOps software engineer for Dairymaster, The ideal candidate will be capable of working in a team to automate infrastructure management and service deployment in a cloud environment, preferably AWS. The DevOps software engineer will have a strong technical background including a combination of both software development and back-end operations and will participate in the troubleshooting, diagnosing and fixing of environment issues, and the monitoring solutions for daily operational activities.


  • Have a minimum of 2 years (post-graduation) C# development experience
  • Exposure to modern development technologies, frameworks & patterns (such as MVC, MVVM)
  • Experience implementing solutions using ASP.NET, WebAPI, MVC and Entity Framework
  • Experience in JavaScript technologies such as AngularJS.
  • Proven SQL skills required to analyses and profile large data sets
  • Experience working with Amazon Web Services e.g. EC2, S3, RDS, SQS, DynamoDB, etc.).
  • Write maintainable code, refactors as you go, and minimizes technical debt
  • Proven ability to deliver software on-time
  • Confident working SCM tools such as git

Viewing of a portfolio either online or soft copy is desirable or GitHub account of projects.

An attractive salary is on offer for the right candidate.

We aim to fill these positions immediately, interested applicants should email their C.V along with a cover letter describing why they are suited to this position to [email protected] Applicants should make sure to put position name in the subject line of the email.

Closing date for applications: Friday 31st May 2019 at 5pm

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