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Devops Engineer

NSW Government - Sydney, NSW

Source: uWorkin


DevOps Engineer

TAFE Manager Level 2

Location negotiable - regionally based work locations are encouraged


  • Contribute to the DevOps capability within TAFE
  • Competitive salary package and access to multiple benefits
  • Offering work life balance


With TAFE NSW you will have the opportunity to grow your professional career in a dynamic and collaborative environment, where you can innovate, create value and proudly play a meaningful role in the once in a generation transformation of Australia’s largest skills and training provider!


The DevOps Engineer as a team member in an agile development process will be responsible for designing and implementing applications build, release, deployment and configuration activities. Working closely with business and ICT staff to understand business requirements that drive the analysis and design of technical solution that are aligned with ICT strategy and compliant with enterprise architectural standards.

For further information regarding the role, please review the Position Description and Information Package.


You are a highly experienced DevOps engineer who has successfully driven scalability, automation and innovation across design and implementation build, release, deployment and configuration activities within a low-maturity environment. You will be providing guidance and technical expertise on the technical feasibility and scope of DevOps engineering to manifest business delivery goals.

You champion Agile practices and best practice DevOps methodologies and tools to increase and optimise continuous integration, deployment and software delivery. You build and maintain automation pipelines and containers for all infrastructure, web and cloud applications and promote the adoption of enterprise-wide DevOps practices.

You collaborate with development teams to maintain and optimise capabilities to deliver software and migrate disparate tools to a centralised Atlassian suite. You have impeccable communication skills, are analytical, organised and a natural problem solver.

Crucially, you are someone who shares the TAFE NSW Values of Integrity, Collaboration, Excellence and Customer First.


  • Degree qualification in related field or equivalent significant experience.
  • Strong CI/CD and automation experience; Bamboo, Bitbucket, Puppet, Chef, Ansible and/or Jenkins experience; virtual environments and containers; and understanding and background in monitoring and alerting (Splunk, New Relic etc).
  • Experience with infrastructure configuration, management and orchestration tools (Cisco CloudCenter, AWS CloudFormation, Ansible, Salt, Terraform, Docker, or equivalents); Web Servers/Applications; and multi-zone load balancing and redundancy.
  • Highly proficient in shell and one or more scripting languages (e.g. python, ruby) and a sound understanding of network configuration (DNS, routing, security, protocols).
  • Ability to address and meet focus capabilities as stated in the Position Description.


This position offers a base salary of $147,873 p.a. plus employer’s contribution to superannuation and annual leave loading.

You will enjoy a 38 hour working week, access to multiple benefits such as flexible work arrangements, free health checks, fitness passport, employee wellbeing and assistance programs.


Our Team is dynamic, high performing and energetic with a strong focus on service excellence, innovation and success through collaboration, collective experience, knowledge and open mindsets.


We’ve put systems and support in place for all our employees to work and deliver safely and flexibly through the COVID-19 affected period.

Please be advised that all interviews will be conducted via Microsoft Teams.


At TAFE NSW, we are committed to creating an inclusive workforce which reflects the community and the customers we serve.

We welcome and encourage applications from all people regardless of age, gender, ethnicity, cultural background, or sexual orientation.

TAFE NSW is an accessible employer who encourages applications from people with a disability and Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander people.

We will provide reasonable adjustments in our recruitment process and in the workplace.

If you need an adjustment in the recruitment process, please contact the ODP Recruitment Team via email [email protected] or Sarah Driver on 0435 078 199.


Please click the ‘apply’ button where you will be redirected to the I Work for NSW website.

To support your application please provide:

  • Your current resume
  • Cover letter addressing the essential requirements and your responses to the 2 targeted questions below (500 word limit each)

Targeted Question 1: Providing an example, describe when and how you have applied strong CI/CD and automation experience to resolve a complex and strategic challenge. What was the complexity and what was your process to come to a resolution that was agreeable to all stakeholders?

Targeted Question 2: Please tell us about a time when you have needed to take a more agile approach in the design and implementation of applications build, release, deployment and configuration activities in order to meet the needs of the organisation whilst being aligned with ICT strategy and compliant with enterprise architectural standards.

CLOSING DATE: Thursday 24 June 2021 at 11.59pm

We look forward to receiving your application!

The recruitment process will include a range of comparative assessments.

General Enquiries: please contact our ODP Recruitment Team via email [email protected]

Technical issues: please contact I Work For NSW Support Team on 1800 562 679 (Mon-Fri) or [email protected]

Please note:

This is a child-related position. A Working with Children Check is a prerequisite for anyone in child- related work. It involves a national criminal history check and review of findings of workplace misconduct.

For ongoing positions in the NSW Public Sector, you need to be an Australian Citizen or Permanent Resident.

For most Temporary jobs, you need a visa that gives you permission to work in Australia.

Please note that an eligibility list may be created for this position, and position(s) of the same classification that subsequently become vacant may be filled using this eligibility list.