Exceeding Expectations in Recruitment for Global DevOps Jobs
At Understanding Recruitment, we’re an award-winning consultancy focused on supplying talent for increasingly popular DevOps jobs. We recognise the growing need for organisations to enhance their development productivity and resiliency. Our consultants are committed to sourcing professionals that can drive the continuous development and deployment lifecycle.
We offer recruitment solutions for businesses across the UK, EU and USA, enabling our clients to utilise our services over the long term as they look to scale their operations and expand into overseas territories. With over a decade’s experience in unlocking life-changing opportunities for career advancement, our clients and candidates have helped us maintain a high delivery record and strong reputation amongst employers in the software and technology industries.
Why Clients Choose Us for their DevOps, Cloud and SRE Jobs
Our SRE, DevOps and cloud jobs team are always excited to discover the talented candidates that will lead organisations towards building better applications, user experiences and services. We work tirelessly to connect them with market-leading businesses across the globe, collaborating closely with our clients to establish their requirements and find roles that will align with the career goals of our DevOps, cloud and SRE talent.
Having secured fixed-term, interim and permanent roles for over 7500 software development and technology professionals worldwide over our 15 years of operation, we’re proud to have built a solid reputation as a dedicated staffing partner for significant enterprises.
Popular Roles in DevOps, Cloud and SRE Jobs
Professionals in DevOps engineer jobs are tasked with building the infrastructure, automation software and tests that ensure that deliverables are always on time, high quality, and exceed expectations. With an average salary of around £60,000, DevOps engineering roles are quickly becoming one of the most well-paid roles in the software engineering environment.
Cloud engineers are responsible for developing and implementing scalable cloud-based solutions, educating their clients or colleagues on how to utilise these technologies best to improve productivity and cost-efficiency. With an average salary of around £60,000, cloud engineer jobs are becoming increasingly sought after as businesses of all sizes look to reap the flexibility and resiliency benefits of cloud computing.
New security issues have also arisen with the continuous development/deployment lifecycle becoming the standard across technology and software engineering. Enter the DevSecOps engineer, responsible for ensuring business-wide processes are safe, investigating breaches or information leaks, and building software to automate safeguarding. The average salary for this role is around £60,000, in line with the niche skills that come with working in this area.