These are exciting times for Cambridge English Platform Technology as we look to modernise our systems and strive to find creative and innovative ways to improve our products and services to customers. To enable us to meet the ever-increasing demand for our services, we are seeking to appoint an experienced, enthusiastic and dynamic Site reliability Engineering Team Manager who is a thought leader with the ability to build and provide direction for the discipline and who will thrive in this changing environment.
The SRE Engineer Manager will lead a new SRE function within the Platform Operations Team working alongside existing Platform Support and Engineering teams reporting to the Head of Platform Operations within the English Platform Technology team.
The role will be responsible for support and design aspects of the English Engineers ecosystem (Platforms, Applications, Services and Websites). Responsibility for creating and maintaining software and processes that ensure the reliability and availability of the English digital platforms/websites and their software delivery pipelines.
This is principally a hands-to code technical role, though the role will also line manage a small team of SRE and DevOps engineers based in Manila providing a similar, though more directed, support service across the respective platforms working alongside existing support & engineering teams.
You are likely to be educated to degree level or equivalent and have proven experience in a systems administration or a Dev-ops blended role with considerable experience with AWS Cloud Engineering, Architecture or Infrastructure. Ideally you will also
have experience with DevOps delivery models for infrastructure, applications and configuration and designing operational state to be policy and automation driven.
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