DevOps / SysOps Engineer
Will you be our new colleague for 32 to 40 hours a week? As a DevOps/Sysops engineer you will play a central role in a team that provides technical support for online products of purpose-driven organizations. As you will be responsible for our infrastructure, you will ensure that the online platforms, websites and apps of our clients will continue to function properly.
What do we offer?3500
uur per week
25 leave days & days off between Christmas and New Year's Day
Possibility to work hybrid
Your own workplace at the amazing NDSM-Wharf
MacBook Pro and other hardware for the office and home
Time and budget for knowledge development (courses, events, etc.)
Pension plan and travel allowance
node.vacancy.required-introBachelor degree work and thinking level
Minimum 4 years of relevant working experience
Extensive experience with Linux based systems (Ubuntu/Debian) and web servers (Apache/Nginx).
Experience with bash, perl and other scripting languages.
Knowledge of LDAP, VPN and other network security protocols and firewalls/routers, infrastructure as Code preferably via Ansible.
Experience with CI/CD preferably GitLab-CI pipelines
Experience with working in teams (SCRUM) is a plus
Independent and takes responsibility
About Unc IncWe live in exciting times. Never before have the challenges facing humanity been so great and urgent. At the same time, we are capable of more than ever before. Meeting these challenges requires collaboration; between people and organizations, globally and locally. As a full service digital agency, we work on solutions that allow people to best work together for a brighter future. We do this in collaboration with organizations such as VluchtelingenWerk (Refugee Council), Humanitas, Tropenmuseum and Oranje Fonds among many others.
What are you going to do?
You and your team are responsible for the infrastructure at Unc Inc. Connecting development and deployment, you are constantly optimizing those processes. Hosting, security and monitoring of our projects are also part of your also responsibility. To this end you work closely with your fellow DevOps colleagues and with other teams and disciplines.
Who are you?
As a DevOps/SysOps engineer you obviously have a passion for IT and are always looking for ways automate existing processes. You are the analytical and problem-solving type that is used to working independently. When working with other, though, you're patient and helpful.
We cherish the good atmosphere and camaraderie that is so defining for our agency. Therefore we hope you're equally social and appreciate our form of 'gezelligheid'. That doesn't mean you can't be critical, on the contrary. Just as the opinions of others provide you with an opportunity to learn and improve. You enjoy bouncing ideas off of other developers; working together towards the best possible result.
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Why work with us?
At Unc Inc you aren't a small cog but a driving force. As an important member of a small, self-managing team your work will have real impact. Working at Unc Inc is much more than a job: you are going to make new friends here. Stick around to have a drink to together, listen to music or play games. Regularly we organize fun events, throw wild parties or spend a weekend abroad. It is not without reason that employees rate our culture with a 9.
Our application process
Call with our HR-manager
Interview 1: about your personality, ambitions and portfolio
We ask you to do a small assignment
Interview 2: we discuss the assignment and go deeper into your role. You will also get to know (part of) the team
We make you an offer
This is your new colleagueChristopher Kirk
Why did you choose Unc Inc?
"Checking out Unc Inc’s website the thing I loved was the portfolio. After working for years in large multinational corporations I was tired of regularly seeing my clients in the news for reasons I was not proud of and against my personal beliefs. It was refreshing to find a digital agency collaborating in grass roots projects and making a positive impact on the world. Then after meeting the teams I knew Unc Inc was my first choice."
Which project have you learned the most from and why?
"In 2021 there was a big effort to upgrade the Drupal 8 CMS of many of our sites to Drupal 9. This required contributing to the Drupal community as several public modules were no longer maintained and deprecated code required updating in our own custom modules. Our docker platform also required updating to be able to handle the new container version requirements. Meanwhile, it was essential to collaborate with the development teams whose sites were still undergoing active development to align deployments and avoid conflicts. Overall I learned a great deal about the inner workings of Drupal and the importance of co-ordinating with your teams while better appreciating the community we depend on to maintain the modules we rely on every day."
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