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Site Reliability Engineer (AWS)

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    Cloud, Infrastructure and Services

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  • Job functions:

    AWS DevOps Engineer

  • Salary:

    Up to £95000 per annum

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    Maciej Woyton

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    about 1 month ago

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Job title: Site Reliability Engineer (AWS)

Salary: up to £95,000 (+ bonus)

VISA: No sponsorship offered.

Core Requirements: AWS, CI/CD, Monitoring

One of the biggest global creators, producers and distributors in the world are searching for a Site Reliability Engineer. With over 9 million monthly active users, this client is looking to launch a brand-new 'self-serve' platform. Working on a greenfield project based entirely in AWS cloud using a Serverless stack, you'll have an opportunity to get involved in shaping the engineering practices and platform, and help build a supportive, learning, inclusive engineering culture.

As a Site Reliability Engineer, you will:

  • Help to define, implement, and monitor the stability, efficiency and performance of the application stack.
  • Develop tooling to gather heuristics and metrics across the environment and implement improvements.
  • Use your knowledge of DevOps practices alongside software engineering principles to contribute towards the codebase and automate changes.
  • Contribute to platform infrastructure design, improvements and deployment and work with test and operations teams to troubleshoot and resolve issues.

Core requirements:

  • AWS
  • CI/CD
  • Monitoring


  • Programming languages (ideally Typescript or Node.js)

Location: Remote

Right to work: Should be based in the UK, with a proof of right to work in the UK.

If you're looking for a highly autonomous role where you'll be able to make a real impact in a greenfield environment, while being able to test and experiment with the most up to date software technologies, then please click apply and we'll be in touch shortly.