Cloud & DevOps jobs in the UK

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Cloud & DevOps jobs in the UK

We’ve helped tech professionals across the country find pioneering roles in cloud and DevOps. Secure the next step in your career with our dedicated tech experts.

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Our recruitment experience in cloud computing and DevOps roles

Are you a specialist in cloud infrastructure? What about DevOps engineering? You’re in luck: demand for your skills is growing faster than ever before. 

Organisations want to unlock all the benefits of cloud computing – like greater accessibility, flexibility and scalability – but they need talented, experienced cloud experts like you to help them do it. 

We work to understand what matters to you and combine this with our tech experience and access to the best, most exclusive roles, taking your career to the next level. We select a wide range of flexible cloud technology positions available at the most vibrant organisations, so why not take a look and put your skills to the test?  

Whether you’re looking to develop your expertise or land a lead role, we’ll support your cloud and DevOps journey as your lifelong partner. 

Take a look at our extensive cloud computing and DevOps jobs.


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Yes, there is a huge demand for cloud skills. The need for experienced cloud professionals has soared following the shift to remote and hybrid working, taking the focus away from in-house servers. 

Migration experience with the three major players – AWS, Google Cloud and Microsoft Azure – is a safe bet for securing a new job, as well as having experience in related areas such as cyber security, DevOps and database and programming language skills. 

Cloud computing salaries can reach £140,000, and firms looking for a specific candidate could even pay well above this. 

Entry level and junior roles range between £40,000-£65,000, while senior engineers could be looking between £90,000-£125,0000. A cloud architect could expect in the region of £40,000-145,000 per annum. 

As a contractor specialising in cloud computing, you can expect £450 to £750 per day, depending on your seniority, location, and the specifics of the project. 

Despite the relative security of the cloud in comparison to physical servers, cyber security experience is useful, as organisations look to mitigate risk to new operating models. A CCSP certification can help if you’re interested in specialising in this area. 

Database and programming language skills will also give you an edge. As the storage and management of cloud data continues to be a priority, database language skills such as SQL, MySQL and Hadoop will be critical. If you’re on the ERP side, you should look at improving your knowledge of Java, Python, .NET and Ruby. 

Finally, those with strong DevOps engineering skills are in high demand, supporting businesses in the effective and efficient release of products and software. It’s important to have an in-depth and provable understanding of developer and testing practices, and you should also be able to work in a team in a collaborative, agile way. 

Machine learning and AI will have a big part to play in the future of cloud computing. The top cloud platforms – namely, Azure, AWS and Google Cloud – are all investing heavily in these technologies, combining to create the ‘intelligent cloud’. Intelligent cloud solves difficult problems and optimises the use of data science.  

Additionally, the use of containerisation tools – such as Kubernetes – can accommodate software packages that are portable, and able to run uniformly across any cloud platform.