Release and Deployment Specialists

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£35000 - £45000 per annum
27 Sep 2016
26 Oct 2016
Contract Type
Release and Deployment specialist, with strong skills in creating, managing and automating builds in TFS, needed to join a team focused on the deployment of internally developed applications to multiple environments. The responsibilities are varied, but will include: Performing application deployments to production environments Performing application builds and deployments for all non-production environments Leasing with the software development teams to create new build definitions within TFS Using agile tools and techniques to manage workload and collaborate within the team Where necessary supporting and enhancing existing builds and deployment processes. Demonstrating and following best working practices in use the of technologies, keeping up to date with and communicating developments in the industry Contributing to agile meetings, including planning, review, retrospectives and daily stand ups Candidate This role is in an agile team, collaborating with colleagues and stakeholders so excellent communication skills are essential. The right candidate will be experienced in the development, support and administration of builds in TFS and the release applications to multiple environment types Essential skills Expertise with TFS Build Definition, XAML builds, and VNext build Definitions Development experience using .NET, C# and PowerShell Experience with Continuous Integration (CI) and branching/merging strategies. C#, .NET PowerShell SQL Server Active Directory DNS Desirable skills Agile (Scrum or Kanban) Company This Company are one of the UKs leading professional services firms with a network of international member firms thorough the world. This is a progressive organisation that invests heavily in systems and develops cutting edge and market leading technology. The company invests in staff and has created a superb working environment. This job was originally posted as

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