Site Reliability Engineer

Site Reliability Engineer Permanent

  • Location: London, England
  • Salary: Up to £0.00 per annum
  • Sector: Database Developer / Administrator
  • Consultant:
Junior Site Reliability Engineer - £40k-£45k

My client are within one of the fastest growing industries with a focus on significant innovative technology, with teams in London, Italy and Sydney.

Currently undergoing a digital transformation propelling them into the cloud and set to establish themselves as a global leader, whilst being in the unique position of a start-up environment with significant investment. Expanding their technology team, which is already 50% of the business, they are looking for a talented Linux Systems Engineer/ Systems Administrator, using Bash and VMWare, looking to branch into DevOps

Amazing offices, with a culture that promotes trying new things, personal development fund, sharing ideas within a fast-paced environment. Opportunity to be involved within a growing technology team and greenfield cloud projects.

Technical Skill Set Required:
*2+ Years of UNIX/ Linux
*Bash Scripting
*Virtualisation (VMWare)
*Experience working HTTP web technologies (Tomcat/Apache/Nginx/HAProxy)
*Good understanding of database administration (Mysql, MongoDB)

Good to have:
*Amazon Web Service (AWS), or Google Cloud Platform (GCP)
*Ansible/ Puppet/ Chef
*Python/ Java / Go

Propel are the UK's largest independent provider of permanent and contract recruitment services to the global digital economy, specialising in commercial, marketing, technical and creative talent.

Services advertised by Propel are those of an Agency and/or an Employment Business. Please be aware that we receive a high volume of applications for our roles, many from people who meet or exceed the requirements. Whilst we try to respond to as many applicants as possible, you can assume that you have not been selected for interview if you do not hear from us within 14 days.

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