AirWalk transform the world’s largest organisations through a combination of Programme Delivery, Public Cloud Adoption and DevOps – enabling our clients to design, architect, build, migrate and manage their workloads and applications in the cloud.
As an AWS and GCP partner, we play an active role in the eco-system and our small, close-knit but growing team of Architects and Engineers have delivered some of the most challenging public cloud programmes, working in an environment that promotes collaboration, learning and self-development. We work in highly regulated industries and are well known for our ability to enable global corporations to accelerate cloud adoption and cloud native programmes whilst ensuring they manage their internal and market-based controls and security obligations. Our teams spend their days solving big security, compliance and scalability problems, working closely with the cloud vendors on the latest technologies.
As an AirWalk Engineer you will always work in a team and you will always be around people you can learn from. We don’t have a pool table, beanbags or nerf guns but we do guarantee variety, the ability to influence, genuine personal development opportunities, and really challenging security and scalability problems to solve.
We like our engineers to have a broad range of technology expertise but critical thinking, problem solving and a desire to keep learning are the things that make people stand out to us
Generally, our Engineers have experience in most of the below:
- A strong Engineering background, ideally with experience implementing enterprise development or infrastructure solutions
- Excellent Linux administration experience
- Good Cloud Engineering skills – 3+ years AWS experience, in-particular in high availability, multi-region production environments
- Infrastructure as code experience – specifically Terraform or CloudFormation
- Configuration management experience – Ansible, Chef, Puppet
- Continuous Integration / Continuous Deployment configuration, particularly pipelines as code
- Good Development or scripting experience – Bash and one of Python, Ruby or Perl
- Some form of technology degree and some current Cloud certifications
- Experience building cloud solutions with a strong focus on security, compliance and resilience
- Working knowledge of microservices and container-based systems (Docker, Kubernetes, Mesos)
- Infrastructure build and configuration of a variety of AWS services including EC2, Lambda, S3, relational and non-relational databases and VPC configurations
- Experience or knowledge of cloud networks (VPC & subnets)
- A good understanding of the importance of Observability and Monitoring and the latest tooling
- Demonstrable experience of building for security and failure
If you don’t fancy working at one of the big names where you’re an anonymous part of their plan to exit, but do want to learn loads, upskill yourself and work in an environment where the only way is to do cloud “right” – then come and talk to us.