Site Reliability Engineer- Market-Leading Global Hedge Fund Site Reliability Engineer- Market-Leading Global  …

Oxford Knight
à Londres, Angleterre, Royaume-Uni
CDI, Plein-temps
Dernière candidature, 06 août 20
Competitive
Oxford Knight
à Londres, Angleterre, Royaume-Uni
CDI, Plein-temps
Dernière candidature, 06 août 20
Competitive
Site Reliability Engineer
One of the largest multi-strategy funds globally, using innovative and cutting-edge technology, with data at the core of the investment process. Great opportunity for an experienced SRE to join the Treasury team in their London office, initially to work on a major automation and re-architecture project.

The Role
  • The key goal for this team is to migrate from semi-manual deployments and manual server allocation to a fully automated deployment system.
  • Design and deploy a new generation of production infrastructure.
  • Ensure the reliability, availability, and performance of applications, making changes to improve production quality where necessary.

The ideal candidate will have a background in CompSci fundamentals, data structures, algorithms and distributed systems, with a strong entrepreneurial mindset.

Requirements
  • Bachelor's degree in Engineering, Computer Science or related subject.
  • Strong proficiency in at least one modern structured programming language - Python skills a big plus.
  • Familiarity with a range of development tools/practices (testing, source control, build systems, CI/CD etc).
  • Working knowledge of TCP/IP networking, LAN/WAN and Linux networking.
  • Web UI experience (e.g. Javascript, CSS & similar) a bonus.

Rewards and Incentives
  • Significant salary + bonus + benefits
  • Build complex software solutions to solve challenging problems in agile environment
  • Positive, friendly culture with regular social events


Contact
If you think you are a suitable candidate for the role and would like further info, please contact:

Cajovi Daniel
cajovi.daniel@oxfordknight.co.uk
linkedin.com/in/cajovi-oxfordknight

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