DevOps Engineer


Hybrid from our offices in London, Manchester or Chester. UK remote considered. 

We're looking for an established DevOps Engineer with at least 2 years’ experience (if you have that experience from a consultancy or agency, even better).

Work with Canvas

Who we are

Canvas Reply is an 130+ person, and fast-growing, digital experience agency, development house, and consultancy with offices in London (HQ), Chester, Manchester and Poland.

We are part of the 15,000 strong Reply group, working with leading enterprise clients designing, building, and delivering best-in-class websites and applications for an impressive roster of household-name clients.

Must have


  • Implementing and promoting the best DevOps culture and practices

  • Develop, monitor and support project cloud infrastructure

  • Build and improve CI/CD processes

  • Automate routine application maintenance to ensure the production environment runs smoothly

  • Communicate with and help both internal and external teams on the project

Technical Requirements

  • Successfully completed university degree in a Computing or Business degree with a 2:1 or above

  • You have deep expertise running production-grade, large-scale web software on AWS

  • Extensive experience with monitoring/logging tools (ELK stack, App Dynamics)

  • Experience with infrastructure and configuration management: Terraform, Ansible, Packer

  • Experience with designing, documenting and developing continuous Integration/Continuous Delivery (CI/CD): TeamCity, Octopus, Artifactory

  • Experience with Bash/PowerShell scripting languages

  • Confident communicating with international stakeholders


Our benefits

  • Flexible working: 8-10am to 4-6pm
  • Hybrid working: wfh 3-4 days a week
  • Commission on identified sales/opportunities
  • iPhone + Laptop of choice (Windows or Mac)
  • Training and knowledge sharing sessions across the wide range of Reply specialisms
  • Frequent social events and activities

Ready to take the next step?

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