DevOps Engineer

Cambridge, UK

Biofidelity’s mission is to improve and extend cancer patients’ lives by enabling better targeting of therapies, early detection of treatment resistance, and routine monitoring of treatment response. Our unique technology is designed to allow rapid, broad adoption of our assays in testing labs around the world, enabling a step change in patient care. 

At Biofidelity we are proud to have built a culture of humanity, openness and high expectations. We work towards well-defined goals, with a strong belief that we can bring real benefits to patients. Our people are keen to take responsibility for their work and share both their successes and challenges. 

Alongside a competitive salary, we offer a comprehensive benefits package including private medical care, bonus, share option scheme, pension, cycle to work scheme, 26 days per year holiday allowance and free physical training sessions.

The role

Biofidelity is seeking an experienced DevOps Engineer to help develop platforms for the research, storage and display of diagnostic test data. The candidate will have a key role in architecting and implementing a maintainable and secure system.

Key responsibilities:

  • Work with developers and bioinformaticians to deploy and support cloud-based software

  • Manage and automate software resources, accounts and processes

  • Work with the quality team to develop security policies in compliance with relevant regulations

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

  • Clear communicator, with the ability to work across the company including non-technical colleagues (essential)

  • ‘Can do’ attitude and willingness to take on responsibility as part of a small team (essential)

  • Experience in requirements gathering and development of use-cases, technical specifications and design documentation (desired)

Requisite Education and Experience / Minimum Qualifications:

  • Experience in building, maintaining and monitoring of secure cloud networking infrastructure (essential)

  • Use of infrastructure as code e.g. Terraform, CloudFormation, scripting (Python, Bash) and automation (essential)

  • Experience with containerisation using Docker, managed orchestration services e.g. Elastic Beanstalk, ECS and/or Kubernetes (essential)

  • Provisioning and supporting cloud-based genomics or other HPC resources (desired)

  • Administering webapp stacks (e.g. Nginx, Django/Flask), message queues and databases (desired)

  • AWS account management and monitoring (desired)

  • Knowledge of software development and quality assurance such as ISO 13485, EN 62304, ISO 27001 (desired)

To apply, please email your CV and cover letter to

For informal enquiries about the post, please contact Ana Kukic, Operations/HR Manager,


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