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Site Reliability Engineer

Overview As a Site Reliability Engineer at SIG, you will be in a hands-on role that directly impacts the current and future structure of our 7,000+ server environment. You will have the opportunity to collaborate directly with business and technical teams, while building and deploying next generation platforms using cutting edge technologies. You will also research, design and implement solutions to enhance our applications, operating systems, and physical set up of our servers in our large cluster environment. We value an innovative and creative approach to solving the complex problems of performance and scale.   Our engineers tackle a variety of responsibilities. Whether the task is creating a script, customizing a build template, fixing a bottleneck, or researching a new project you will remain hands on while working in a challenging environment. What we're looking for Exposure to a variety of tech- We love to use technology to make our lives easier. We focus on a combination of integrating automation tools and scripting our own solutions. We offer the opportunity to build on current scripting skills, as well as learn new languages.  We look for innovation - SIG is committed to staying ahead of the curve. There is constant opportunity to explore new ideas and products. You will get to work with a mix of software and hardware, including the newest processors and chassis, as well as different OpenSource technologies. Optimization is our goal- We are given the flexibility to implement and customize third party tools. We also develop and mold our own tools internally. Whether we're increasing our speed or capacity, or decreasing our latency, we're driven to make our systems work better and smarter.  See your impact- We interact directly with the business units we support to improve the trading applications and backend systems on which they depend. Our focus is to ensure they are effective, fast and have a very low chance of failure. We are always looking to identify potential problems so we can create solutions before they occur 2018-3787
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