As a DevOps Engineer on the CICDOS team, you are responsible for advising on, implementing, managing, and implementing our platform infrastructure and Stater’s CI/CD pipeline. As a member of the team, you develop and manage business-critical resources and systems that are used by Stater.

You are responsible for the full management and third-line support of our Windows Server environment, IT infrastructure, and our server applications. In this respect, you play a critical role in ensuring business continuity. Besides generic management tasks, you, as a DevOps Engineer, specialise in a sub-area of the business-critical resources you manage.

The challenge lies in the large and complex IT environment with a diverse range of server applications that you and your team (5 FTEs) are working on. We are talking 2,500+ servers in an OTAP environment, automation of our work, and maintaining and improving our CI/CD pipeline. We are also working on a transition towards the Cloud. This includes the Azure solution.

The job of DevOps Engineer at Stater is challenging and varied. Besides dealing with incidents and change requests, you will be part of an Agile/Scrum team that works on migrations and implementation requests, and you will be expected to join the thought process on roadmap development. Additionally, you see to it that there is a perfect fit between (internal) customer demands and existing or new systems. You get the freedom to implement improvements within Stater’s complex IT infrastructure, empowering you to truly be of value


While you have a good ability to work independently, you are also a real team player who enjoys achieving results together with others. You know Microsoft Server platforms like the back of your hand and you are highly competent when it comes to using Powershell. You have good communication skills and are open to giving and receiving feedback. Proactively joining the thought process on how to improve Stater’s infrastructure and architecture is what you see as your challenge and where you use your freedom to take initiative.

Additionally, we are looking for the following qualities:

  • Minimum of 2 years of relevant work experience;
  • Higher education or equivalent ability (computer science/IT);
  • Experience in Enterprise Microsoft environments;
  • A drive to discover new technologies;
  • Strong analytical skills;
  • Experience with Agile working;
  • Experience developing Azure DevOps build/ release pipelines;
  • Experience with CI/CD;
  • Experience with Azure DevOps;
  • Experience with containers would be a plus;
  • Experience with python would be a plus;
  • Experience with C# would be a plus.


  • Plenty of room for continued development and maximising your potential;
  • A gross annual salary of up to €72,000 based on a 40-hour working week, including our personal sustainable employability budget, for added flexibility to determine your own employment conditions. For example, you can use the budget to enjoy additional days off, attend a training course or buy a bicycle while enjoying maximum tax advantage;
  • Dutch Railways Business Card or a travel allowance;
  • Homeworking allowance;
  • A competitive pension scheme;
  • We offer you a challenging position in a complex work environment. You will be able to use your talents with plenty of room for initiatives and personal development. This vacancy at Stater can be your new job: apply now by clicking the button below.

Additional information: When you come to work at Stater, you are expected to take the banker’s oath within three months of joining. In the event of equal suitability, internal applicants take priority in the procedure.

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