Azure FinOps Analyst

Posted on May 1, 2024 by Resource Solutions - GSC
London, United Kingdom
IT
Immediate Start
£51.2k - £80.6k Annual
Full-Time

Azure FinOps Analyst

Salary: National ranging from £51,200 - £70,700 and London from £56,400 - £80,600

Job Location: London/Leeds/Edinburgh (Hybrid 40% Work from Office)
The successful candidate will hold or will be required to obtain Security Clearance (SC) level vetting.

Are you interested in joining a team at the forefront of operations, supporting all end users and partners in their day-to-day activities, and managing the FCA's end user services and associated suppliers?

The team/department


End User Compute provides change and run for a broad range of application and infrastructure services. We work in small cross functional, self-organising and autonomous teams, passionate about delivering value and having fun.

What you will be doing (the role)

The Azure FinOps Analyst sits in the End User Compute (EUC) Product Group and is responsible for monitoring Azure Cloud infrastructure and its usage, seeking to optimize value for the FCA. The role will drive FinOps best practices in the organization through education, standardization, and collaboration. The role will focus on monitoring and control, cost optimization and risk avoidance across the FCA's Azure estate.

Key responsibilities include:

Defining processes and delivering services in relation to product financial operations, monitoring costs to ensure adherence to standards and optimal configuration

Proactively controlling costs and avoiding unnecessary and unexpected expenditure through the setting and enforcement of appropriate polices, processes and operational guardrails

Building dashboards, forecasts and reporting on key metrics required to enable business-based decision making

The skills and experience you will have

Minimum

We are a signatory to the Government's Disability Confident scheme. This means that we will offer an interview to disabled candidates entering under the scheme, should they meet the minimum criteria for a role.

  • Experience in managing the cost/usage of Cloud infrastructure
  • Experience in financial reporting and analysis

Essential

  • Knowledge of Azure Cloud concepts
  • Role-specific know-how, transferrable skills, elements of core skills and behaviours that are essential to the role, referring to our Capability Framework as a source of information to help you design your criteria
  • Proven experience in process optimization and Cloud cost and usage management
  • Proficiency in financial modelling, budgeting, and forecasting, preferably using PowerBI
  • Knowledge of Azure cloud concepts, Infrastructure as code, Azure Virtual devices, storage, networking, messaging, configuration, performance, and health. Azure account management, IAM, secrets, tagging and cost management, service catalogue and self-service concepts
  • Security and compliance controls and tooling used by regulated enterprises, high availability and resiliency concepts for cloud infrastructure and applications
  • Knowledge of and ability to make recommendations on FinOps tooling
  • Highly analytical, able to take data from several sources and provide insight and analysis, seeking ways to improve upon reporting and data gathering
  • Commercial acumen, able to interpret contracts and agreements with 3rd parties, identify opportunities for improvements to contractual terms to ensure best value and long-term relations with suppliers

About the FCA

The FCA regulates the conduct of 50,000 firms in the UK to ensure our financial markets are honest, fair and competitive. We do this to make sure markets work well for individuals, businesses and the economy as a whole. For more information on what we do, our three-year strategy can be found here.

Useful information

Applications for this role close at 23:59 on 8th May 2024

This role is graded as Senior Associate - Regulatory

The assessment process comprises a first stage technical interview to discuss your FinOps experience and knowledge of Azure Cloud concepts. This will be followed by a competency-based interview. The final stage is a fireside chat to enable you to ask any final questions and meet further members of the team.

If you are someone who is seeking that next challenge, and you have the experience and skills required, then please send me your CV.

Our Recruitment Delivery Team are committed to offering an inclusive recruitment experience to all candidates. If you require any accommodations or adjustments as a result of disability, impairment, or health condition, please do not hesitate to let me know by emailing.


Reference: 2753904522

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Azure FinOps Analyst

Posted on May 1, 2024 by Resource Solutions - GSC

London, United Kingdom
IT
Immediate Start
£51.2k - £80.6k Annual
Full-Time

Azure FinOps Analyst

Salary: National ranging from £51,200 - £70,700 and London from £56,400 - £80,600

Job Location: London/Leeds/Edinburgh (Hybrid 40% Work from Office)
The successful candidate will hold or will be required to obtain Security Clearance (SC) level vetting.

Are you interested in joining a team at the forefront of operations, supporting all end users and partners in their day-to-day activities, and managing the FCA's end user services and associated suppliers?

The team/department


End User Compute provides change and run for a broad range of application and infrastructure services. We work in small cross functional, self-organising and autonomous teams, passionate about delivering value and having fun.

What you will be doing (the role)

The Azure FinOps Analyst sits in the End User Compute (EUC) Product Group and is responsible for monitoring Azure Cloud infrastructure and its usage, seeking to optimize value for the FCA. The role will drive FinOps best practices in the organization through education, standardization, and collaboration. The role will focus on monitoring and control, cost optimization and risk avoidance across the FCA's Azure estate.

Key responsibilities include:

Defining processes and delivering services in relation to product financial operations, monitoring costs to ensure adherence to standards and optimal configuration

Proactively controlling costs and avoiding unnecessary and unexpected expenditure through the setting and enforcement of appropriate polices, processes and operational guardrails

Building dashboards, forecasts and reporting on key metrics required to enable business-based decision making

The skills and experience you will have

Minimum

We are a signatory to the Government's Disability Confident scheme. This means that we will offer an interview to disabled candidates entering under the scheme, should they meet the minimum criteria for a role.

  • Experience in managing the cost/usage of Cloud infrastructure
  • Experience in financial reporting and analysis

Essential

  • Knowledge of Azure Cloud concepts
  • Role-specific know-how, transferrable skills, elements of core skills and behaviours that are essential to the role, referring to our Capability Framework as a source of information to help you design your criteria
  • Proven experience in process optimization and Cloud cost and usage management
  • Proficiency in financial modelling, budgeting, and forecasting, preferably using PowerBI
  • Knowledge of Azure cloud concepts, Infrastructure as code, Azure Virtual devices, storage, networking, messaging, configuration, performance, and health. Azure account management, IAM, secrets, tagging and cost management, service catalogue and self-service concepts
  • Security and compliance controls and tooling used by regulated enterprises, high availability and resiliency concepts for cloud infrastructure and applications
  • Knowledge of and ability to make recommendations on FinOps tooling
  • Highly analytical, able to take data from several sources and provide insight and analysis, seeking ways to improve upon reporting and data gathering
  • Commercial acumen, able to interpret contracts and agreements with 3rd parties, identify opportunities for improvements to contractual terms to ensure best value and long-term relations with suppliers

About the FCA

The FCA regulates the conduct of 50,000 firms in the UK to ensure our financial markets are honest, fair and competitive. We do this to make sure markets work well for individuals, businesses and the economy as a whole. For more information on what we do, our three-year strategy can be found here.

Useful information

Applications for this role close at 23:59 on 8th May 2024

This role is graded as Senior Associate - Regulatory

The assessment process comprises a first stage technical interview to discuss your FinOps experience and knowledge of Azure Cloud concepts. This will be followed by a competency-based interview. The final stage is a fireside chat to enable you to ask any final questions and meet further members of the team.

If you are someone who is seeking that next challenge, and you have the experience and skills required, then please send me your CV.

Our Recruitment Delivery Team are committed to offering an inclusive recruitment experience to all candidates. If you require any accommodations or adjustments as a result of disability, impairment, or health condition, please do not hesitate to let me know by emailing.

Reference: 2753904522

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