Traineeship DevOps engineer
Do you (very nearly) have your college or university degree, and are you eager to learn everything and more about developing and implementing innovative software? A DevOps Engineer traineeship could be the start of an awesome career in finance.
Become a DevOps engineer
Many financial organisations are in the middle of a digital transformation. This has significant consequences for the way they operate. Companies are switching to the cloud, legacy systems are being replaced or updated, and technology is developing at an incredibly fast pace. As a DevOps Engineer, your role is hugely important. After all, you are responsible for keeping the IT systems secure and up and running. Meanwhile, you are also heavily involved in the process of developing software (development) and making it operational by testing it (operations).
Skills that you’ll use:
- You work Agile in multidisciplinary teams.
- You will use a CI/CD pipeline.
- Eager to learn and driven to maximise your potential.
- Familiar with the common programming languages.
- (Nearly) in possession of a college or university degree, for example, in Software Engineering.
- Residing in the Netherlands.
What our traineeship brings to you
Accelerate your development
Get ready to grow. With a jam-packed schedule, you’ll take huge strides in developing knowledge and skills. Plus, you’ll get a personal budget to spend on specialised training and courses.
A personal talent manager
During your traineeship, you’ll be guided by your very own talent manager. By giving you their full focus and personalised advice, you’ll learn a lot about your qualities and how you can unlock your full potential. But it doesn’t stop there; you’ll also find out what your blind spots are and how you deal with pitfalls.
Be a part of a diverse group of young professionals
You’re not in this alone. Share your experiences and knowledge with young professionals from all kinds of backgrounds in both a professional and personal environment. You’ll see that by the end of your traineeship, you’ll have built strong personal and professional relationships with this group of people.
What is in it for you?
- A gross salary of minimum €3,629.53 per month based on 40 hours (including vacation allowance and a 13th month pay).
- 25 annual leave days (based on 40 hours).
- Travel reimbursement.
- Personal training budget of €2,000 annually. Free to be spent however you see fit.
- A wide selection of courses focused on topics such as SQL, Python or C#.
- Soft skill training aimed at personal leadership.
- You can start the traineeship anytime.
Your future as a DevOps engineer
As a DevOps engineer trainee, you immediately start working at a leading bank or insurance company. Such as ING, Tikkie and Nationale Nederlanden. Which organisation will depend on your field of study, skills, wishes, and ambitions. You will be part of a multidisciplinary team, working on a wide range of projects. After one or two years, your traineeship will end. The goal is that by that time, you’ll get employed permanently.
Not your average employer
During your traineeship, you’re employed by Solid Professionals. And let us tell you, we’re not your average employer. We are convinced organisations are built by the people who work for them, which leads us to believe that we need to help our employees achieve their full potential.
Your development and happiness at work are our priority. We aim to be your source of information and knowledge and hope to be someone you can truly rely on. To stay connected with one another, we organise lunches, drinks, BBQs, and sports activities. We also regularly invite interesting guest speakers, so we all stay inspired. With all these fun and interesting activities, you’ll get to know all of your fellow trainees and alumni who have gone through the same process as you.
I’ve applied. What now?
Ready to get started? Don’t hesitate and apply. We’ll get in touch within two working days and schedule a meeting so we can get to know each other a little bit better. Is it a match? Then we would love to introduce you to the team or manager. Is everyone still on board? Then it’s time to gear up and get started. Welcome to the team.