ECS transforms their customers’ technology landscape bringing them real competitive edge! Established 10 years’ ago, we deliver extraordinary value through our Cloud Consulting & Data specialisations that not only delight our clients but also delight their customers. When you build a business around your people it’s about helping them to develop thought leadership that delivers. At ECS we know about this journey – we’ve been there – and we want you to join the team and share our Cloud vision. We’re growing fast based on the outstanding contribution we have made to our clients through IaaS, PaaS and SaaS solutions.
Interested? We’re recruiting Associate Consultants – Graduate Cloud & Data Engineers – to engage and support our customers through their journey into virtualised cloud reality.
What you’ll be doing:
Be part of the team helping clients move from standard infrastructure, Private and Hybrid cloud environments to public cloud iterations. You’ll be trained in the latest public cloud technologies and encouraged to gain key AWS, Azure and GCP certifications. You will also be exposed to Agile and DevOps methodologies and will be trained on cutting-edge tools including Puppet, Chef and Ansible, as well as Jenkins, Docker and a whole host of other innovative technologies.
Working with an ECS buddy who will show you the ropes and be your “go to” mentor, you’ll get to learn from some of the best consultants in the Cloud industry on how to deploy solutions, work with different stakeholders and how to build robust and tailored solutions for a wide variety of different organisations. You’ll contributing to transformation organisation wide and significantly impacting multiple customers. It’s exciting and challenging work!
What you’ll contribute:
A passion for IT and technology, especially an interest in Cloud and DevOps
Working knowledge of programming/ scripting in either Bash, Python, Ruby or something similar.
Hands on experience in a Linux/ Unix environment although a Windows background is good too!
Keen desire to constantly learn about new technologies and solutions within the Cloud world.
Ideally a degree in Computer Science, Software Engineering or a related discipline. If you’re a graduate in another discipline with an interest and some demonstrable experience in this area then we’d still love to hear from you.
An understanding of some Cloud tech such as AWS, GCP, Azure would be beneficial but is not essential.
What you’ll get out of this:
You’ll be joining an inclusive culture with many of our senior team being experts in the field. As part of a business that is committed to sharing technical knowledge, you’ll develop your people skills and expertise in current, new and emerging technologies, building your profile as a consulting expert. Our approachable Senior Directors and Managers take a keen interest in the progress and development of our Associate Consultants because this is what differentiates us.
We provide endless opportunities for personal development, from regular feedback conversations to a wide selection of training opportunities. We will encourage you to stretch yourself, enhance your skills, build experience whilst progressing your career. Oh and let’s not forget an excellent remuneration and benefits package!
Join us and become an industry leading expert with the technical smarts and profile to transform Enterprise Technology Landscapes.
ECS has over 850 employees and Associates, and is headquartered in Glasgow, with offices in Edinburgh, Manchester, London and Pune.
We are an equal opportunities employer. It is our policy to promote an environment free from discrimination, harassment and victimisation.
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