Equal Experts is an innovative consultancy specialising in the delivery of custom software solutions for
blue-chip enterprise and public sector clients across a range of industry sectors. We work on important
projects for our clients, deliver market-leading propositions across the digital, online and mobile
channels, and are recognised for our leadership in the application of agile and lean delivery methods to
assure delivery. We have offices in Australia, India, South Africa, the UK, the EU and the USA.


We see operability as a fundamental tenet of our approach to building and delivering software. The
reasoning? The role is not simply about facilitating the continuous delivery of quality software; we focus
on the operational requirements we deliver to ensure that software runs in production, as desired.


Our Operability Engineers draw on all their experience of DevOps practices in what’s a very hands-on,
collaborative role – actively pairing with others to share knowledge and increase the delivery team’s
maturity around Operability.
This role involves working in teams that use modern agile technical practices - including continuous
integration and deployment and fast feedback loops - to deliver timely and pragmatic solutions, as well
as helping others to do their jobs in a more effective way.


● Influence, collaborate, and manage expectations with immediate stakeholders and the team.
● Build with consideration for the customer's ability to support and maintain the software.
● Provide support and leadership by mentoring client team members.
● Clearly communicate technical concepts or ideas to any audience.
● Demonstrate strong problem-solving skills and the ability to adapt to changing environments.


Required Skills
● Open and capable of pair or mob programming. Can work closely with developers in
cross-functional teams.
● Programming language and coding experience (e.g., able to build a simple service with
automated tests).
● Strong automation skills, including experience with unit testing and automated testing tools.
● Delivers small pieces of work continuously. Prefers shorter feedback loops and aims for all work
to go to production.
● Understands when and why to use a branching strategy and recognizes when a branching
strategy has gone too far.
● Strong technical background in build, release, and environments, with experience and expertise
in software build tools, CI tools like Jenkins, Gitlab, and Github Actions.
● Strong knowledge of Linux and/or Windows. Comfortable working on the command line.
● Solid understanding of Cloud Computing providers (e.g., AWS, Azure, Google Cloud) and
experience with functions, containers, and virtual machines.
● Familiarity with infrastructure provisioning tools (e.g., Terraform, CloudFormation, Azure ARM, Pulumi).
● Understanding of telemetry practices (monitoring, graphing, alerting, anomaly detection) and
tools (e.g., Elastic, Grafana, Datadog, Sensu, Prometheus).
● Proficient in network implementation, debugging network issues, and collaborating with
networking teams to build and maintain networks.
● Experience running, operating, and supporting software in production.

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