Site Reliability Engineer

Posted 27 August by Henderson Scott
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Site Reliability Engineer - 100% Remote

£55,000 - 70,000 (+ 7.5% Bonus)

I am working exclusively with one of the leading SaaS companies on the planet right now. As a Site Reliability Engineer, you would fit directly in their Digital Banking Transformation unit within a team of 20+ SRE/DevOps Engineers. Their solutions empower small-medium sized banks to large financial institutions, servicing over 20 million end-users. They have consistent investment cycles into the company’s IT Infrastructure, the latest being a Migration project onto a Public Cloud. This is a fast paced and exciting position for any ambitious Engineer.


  • Improve and maintain both CI/CD Pipelines and Infrastructure as Code.
  • Heavy focus on the Cloud Infrastructure.
  • Contribute to the operational deployment and development of automation and self-service frameworks.
  • Manage projects through to completion.
  • Provide technical expertise and contribute to new ways of working.

Required from you;

  • Strong communication skills both written and verbal and the ability to work well within a team.
  • Ability to show personal initiative when completing tasks including complex problem solving
  • Strong understanding of a Cloud platform e.g., AWS, Azure, GCP (Desirable)
  • Strong understand of SRE/DevOps tools - Kubernetes, Git, Terraform, CI/CD, Ansible
  • Experience working within a Scrum, Agile or Kanban methodology
  • Experience following modern IT practices influencing Change, Configuration, Release and/or development.
  • Good understanding of Coding, Databases and supporting Applications in a highly available and robust manner.


  • Specific paid training and certifications for your career development
  • Health and Dentalcare insurance packages
  • Matched Pension Scheme
  • Employee Bonus Scheme
  • Generous Holiday Allowance, with flexibility options.

Reference: 42750011

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