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Site Reliability Engineer - $60m Series B

  • United Kingdom ,
  • Perm

Job Overview

A senior cloud ops / site reliability engineer is recruited to join a High growth AI cyber security vendor that is scaling into Europe. Having recently raised a substantial Series B round this scale up that uses AI to provide security in the communications space is looking for a strong cloud ops / site reliability engineer to join it’s growing team.

Job Description

As a cloud ops / site reliability engineer for this growing scale up. You will join a remote first engineering function that is growing in EMEA. You will be joining a high quality team of experienced technologists too ensure that this businesses cloud offerings are reliable secure and efficient.

You will also -

? Manage this businesses infrastructure as code

? Use your knowledge of AWS and Azure to manage to advise on feature development

? Manage Linux systems

? Design and participate in on call rotations

? Participate in ops around Soc 2

? Work closely with support to solve customer issues

About You

As a senior cloud ops / sre for this scale up Cyber Security business you will have a variety of skills that will enable you to deliver on this role - don’t worry if you don’t meet all the requirements still apply if you think you can pick them up!

? Good experience in The operating of AWS or azure platforms

? Love of software engineering and depp experience with any of the below programming languages - Python Golang Java C++ JavaScript

? Strong Linux scripting and system experience

? Experience with ops toools such as terraform ansible chef puppet

As a senior cloud Ops / site reliability engineer for this ai cyber security scale up you can expect to earn in the region of £80k - £110k + a range of exciting benefits

Contact Details

Please click apply or email Jake.kings@propellondon.com for more information

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