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Principle Engineer - Cloud & Devops, Melbourne, Commonwealth Bank

Published 2022-09-24
Expires 2022-10-24
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Principle Engineer - Cloud & Devops, Melbourne, Commonwealth Bank
Australia, Melbourne, Melbourne,
Published September 24, 2022

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: Principle engineer - cloud & devops


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Principal Systems Engineer – Cloud & DevOps

You are a highly skilled and experienced Principal Engineer who is an expert in cloud technology

We're one of the largest and most advanced Cloud teams in the country

Together we can build state-of-the-art solutions to drive seamless experiences for millions of customers

Do work that matters

As someone who never shies away from a challenge, let us present ours to you. We’re working to re-architect and modernise our delivery landscape, enabling our engineers to provide seamless solutions for millions of people. And we want your help.

Here, you can create, manage and optimise the platforms used to power our entire business. You’ll have the opportunity to take responsibility for continuous improvement, ensuring our systems are simpler, faster and more secure.

As a member of the Technology division, you will contribute to all aspects of the technology products and services we deliver, from technical strategy and design to coding to deployment to operation. Our products and services are leveraged across all Business Unit Platforms within the Bank to deliver industry-leading software including: CommBank App, Netbank, CommSee, CommSec, CommBiz and Commbank.com.au.

We’re interested in hearing from people who

Are an experienced Principal Engineer/Architect in a Cloud based environment and passionate about Cloud related technology

Have people leadership capabilities with the experience in leading engineers in large projects

Have a natural drive to collaborate and engage with different levels of stakeholders including Product Owners, Solution Architects and Designers, Software Engineers, Application Developers, Network Technicians, Delivery Managers, and Program Officers

You feel at home and can lead and drive a culture where quality, excellence and openness are championed

Tech skills

We use a broad range of tools, languages, and frameworks. We don’t expect you to know them all but experience or exposure with some of these (or equivalents) will set you up for success in this team;

Highly proficient working with various scripting/programming languages such as; PowerShell, Bash, Python, Go, Java, Typescript

Capable of working with CI/CD tools like; Jenkins, BitBucket, Bamboo CodeBuild, CodePipeline, TeamCities, Artifactory, Docker Registry, ArgoCD.

Experienced with distributed version control systems; GitHub, Bitbucket, GitLab

Can demonstrate experience working with container technology such as; Docker and Kubernetes/EKS

Confident working with Infrastructure as Code will be highly desirable; CloudFormation, CDK, Terraform, Ansible

Working with us

Whether you’re passionate about customer service, driven by data, or called by creativity, a career with CommBank is for you.

Our people bring their diverse backgrounds and unique perspectives to build a respectful, inclusive, and flexible workplace with flexible work locations. One where we’re driven by our values, and supported to share ideas, initiatives, and energy. One where making a positive impact for customers, communities and each other is part of our every day.

Here, you’ll thrive. You’ll be supported when faced with challenges and empowered to tackle new opportunities. We’re hiring engineers from across all of Australia, you’ll be empowered to do your best work and be given the choice on when and where that work happens. We really love working here, and we think you will too.

If you're already part of the Commonwealth Bank Group (including Bankwest), you'll need to apply through Sidekick to submit a valid application. We’re keen to support you with the next step in your career.

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