Xpirit | Part of Xebia
The talents of a DevOps Whisperer
You won’t find a checklist here. Because a degree cannot capture the spark we seek. Yes, we look for skilled people. And yes, you have to be able to prove you have the necessary skills.
But what we’re really looking for is the X-factor.
The passion. The energy. The drive to be the best at what you do and constantly push to become better. At Xebia, we strive to be the best in what we do. We call this our mission to become an authority, a thought leader. Both individually and as a company. That’s why we only hire people who are driven by the same mission!
And we support you in moving the needle all the time. You get the ability to tap into our collective brain, and together we drive change at our customers. In this particular role, it will be helping teams and companies to move to a DevOps way of work using tools like Azure DevOps or GitHub and Azure Cloud as the place to land their applications and services.
A few examples of our talents;
- Observing people and processes, to then enable people and help them optimize (Jasper Gilhuis)
- Useful talent: Communicating with both technical and non-technical team members and having a keen eye on quality when it comes to software development and its process. Useless talent: Making weird noises (Marc Duiker)
- Understanding business and technology and bringing them together in the most efficient way (Michiel van Oudheusden)
So, are you crazy about DevOps? Do you master Azure DevOps and/or GitHub? Do you want to work for top-notch brands and make an impact? At Xpirit | Part of Xebia, you’ll be part of a team that is constantly pushing the boundaries of what we know, challenging the status quo, sharing experiences, driving change, and having fun while at it.
Like it? Don’t be shy, apply! Contact Immanuel Kranendonk (COO, contact details on the left) or just leave us a message using the chat. We’re also looking for a Belgian DevOps Whisperer!
Or would you rather learn a little bit more about Xpirit’s culture first? Read more about our culture of people first.