Are you well-versed in the art of site reliability engineering? And would you like to work with some of the most recent technologies while collaborating with some of the best and brightest colleagues out there?
Then join our endeavour to help people conserve and optimise their energy consumption – and in the end, save their money in a tight economy, while at the same time benefiting our environment.
We work with the latest technologies
Based at our newly renovated HQ in Køge, you will be joining our global client-facing applications team (ITCSS Team), where you will work alongside dedicated engineers and IT experts with various backgrounds.
Doing so, you become part of a dynamic environment centred round our Watts platform, which is built on cutting-edge software and hardware with differentiation in mind.
”We’re a social bunch welcoming you to a very open development environment, where we work passionately with solutions that can support the green transition.” – Rasmus Bjerg, Head of P&D.
Monitor and automate our Azure environment
As our new cloud engineer, you will be focusing on our deployment and be responsible for the automated monitoring of our Azure environment.
Doing so, you will work closely with our development teams and look at how code is deployed, configured, and monitored. Likewise, you look at the availability, latency, change management, emergency response, and capacity management of services in production.
More precisely, you will:
- Work to enhance and automate operations tasks to minimise the risk of errors and system downtime
- Streamline our Bicep scripts
- Optimise our flow in Azure and identify bottlenecks
- Automate our health recovery
Experience with DevOps
With a strong tech profile, you bring a few years of experience from a similar role. Moreover, you have experience with site reliability engineering, which you bring into action to ensure scalability and high availability.
Problem-solving is always part of your mindset, and the job is not done until a stable solution is reached. In addition, we imagine that you:
- Have experience with Azure DevOps, and it is a plus if you have knowledge of .NET/C# development and cloud solutions, but not a requirement
- Know how to anticipate and mitigate potential bottlenecks and problems in a proactive manner
- Speak and write English effortlessly
And as icing on the cake, we offer great flexibility and the possibility to work remote.
Exiting technologies and freedom to operate
In addition to joining an internationally minded green tech company with purpose-driven colleagues and working with the latest technologies, this role offers you the opportunity to voice your ideas test your theories.
You will have the freedom to solve tasks in the way you find best and explore new areas of Azure. We are always looking for smarter and more efficient ways of doing things. This means that we are always coming up with new solutions and hardware to optimise energy consumption – and you get to be part of this.
Join us on our journey
Ready for your next challenge? Send your application and CV today – using the link.
If you want to know more, don’t hesitate to contact Rasmus Bjerg, Head of P&D at email@example.com
At Watts, we are building the energy technology of tomorrow. Currently, our digital energy assistant app has more than 420,000 users in Denmark alone. We engage with utility companies and energy companies around the world. Our suite of products includes the digital Watts AI platform, Watts Live – a real-time insight into energy, and Watts Home – the future of decentral and democratic green energy, including local energy production, EV charging as well as household and community optimisation.
We have partnerships and dev-operations around the world, including Lithuania, Poland, Norway, US, and Australia. In 2021, we were awarded Microsoft partner of the year in the Enabling Sustainability category.
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