Collins McNicholas

Role Description

You will be working as part of a global R&D team The project is to build products which will be used to provide services in 5G Telecom Networks. This is cutting edge development of the next generation of Telecom Networks. Latest approaches to software development will be used including Continuous Integration, Continuous Deployment and Agile methodologies.

The position is based in Athlone in Ireland.

Skills & Knowledge required

  • Bachelor or Masters Degree in Computer Science or a similar field
  • Experience working with of OpenStack and cloud technologies
  • Strong scripting skills in BASH and Python, along with experience in infrastructure automation using Ansible
  • Experience administering Red Hat Linux, including hardening Linux OS systems and deploying onto KVM virtualization environment
  • Good knowledge of networking concepts including understanding TCP/IP, private and public networks, VLANs, Firewalls, Load Balancers (F5), subnet creation and subnet masking.
  • Experience with GIT, Jenkins CI build automation and pipelines, and JIRA

Big Plus experience
BigIP F5, Docker, Kubernetes, PostgreSQL, Cassandra, OpenDJ/OpenAM, JBoss, ActiveMQ, elasticSearch

For further information please contact me at 0906478104 for a confidential chat or email me at

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