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Job Alert Welcome to this week's jobs list, a rundown of vacancies El Reg is advertising for free to keep tech people in work amid the coronavirus pandemic.
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On with this week's roles:
First up, Meraki, a division of Cisco, is looking to fill two senior SRE roles in central London, England, that require an equal mix of software engineering, Linux performance tuning and system design, and consulting, evangelism, and requirements gathering with other engineering teams. We're reliably informed that Meraki London is a fast-growing branch office – the HQ is in San Francisco – and a really great place to work.
Senior Site Reliability Engineer (Observability SRE)
We process more than 600k metrics and logs per second to monitor our production environment. We want to increase that by 10x. Help us design and build out our next generation data infrastructure.
Find out more and apply for the role here
Senior Site Reliability Engineer (Dashboard SRE)
Dashboard SRE is responsible for scaling our main production application, the Meraki Dashboard. It's a huge distributed system - 7 million events per second in from 5 million network devices all over the world, and 4.5B HTTP requests per day. This team writes the software (Ruby) and automation (Ansible) to tie all that together.
If they don't suit you, how about this pair of positions from another one of the Meraki engineering teams:
Data center Hardware and Network Engineer
Managing the day to day servers, storage and network of our inventory across our global data centers
Find out more and apply for the role here
Early Career Software Engineer — Network Access Team, Distributed Systems
Early-in-career Software Engineer role in the Network Access team, which is responsible for the features that allow our customers to control access to their networks.
Bristol City Council in the UK is showing us all that digital transformation waits for no one. It's business as usual for the council as it looks to hire some experienced leaders for its IT Services Team.
Head of Enterprise Architecture and Head of Service Operations
Don't let the current pandemic situation put you off coming to work as part of our IT Services team at Bristol City Council.
We already have two new members to our senior team joining us in the next two weeks on an immediate working from home basis; we're not pausing our ambition due to the current crisis, and we are seeking others that feel the same way!
Sure, it's going to be a little weird being interviewed and then starting work on a remote basis, but you'll be joining the team during exceptional circumstances where your talent will be immediately recognised.
If you're an experienced leader of Service Operations or Enterprise Architecture teams, please apply and help us drive our IT Transformation Programme forward.
Find out more and apply for the roles below:
Head of Enterprise Architecture
Our next roles are for Red Road Networks in New Mexico, USA. It's looking for some experienced technicians and engineers to join its growing team in Albuquerque. If you think you might fit the bill, read on.
IT Support Technician / Network Administrator / Field Service Engineer
Red Road Networks, LLC of Albuquerque, NM is looking to hire a full-time IT Support Technician / Network Administrator / Field Service Engineer. Are you a problem-solving extraordinaire who loves variety and continuous learning? Would you like the opportunity to develop your technical skills in an MSP position that is equivalent to three times the experience you would get in a single-company IT position? Are you interested in working for a small company with a work-from-anywhere culture where you can enjoy a high degree of autonomy while gaining this accelerated professional experience?
Our next vacancy is for a company that was ranked as a Deloitte Fast 500 in 2019, Deskpro. It's looking for a support engineer for its SaaS solution in Wimbledon, England.
Technical Support Engineer
Deskpro makes helpdesk software delivered as a SaaS solution or installed on-premises. We are looking for a technical support engineer to primarily support our software deployment for our on-premises customers on both Linux and Windows ecosystems. Useful skills/experience include virtualisation, docker, mysql, Elasticsearch, active directory & data migration. Wimbledon based, the role is open to both on-Site and remote applicants.Find out more and apply for the role here
Web-hosting outfit WHMCS is looking for some more talent for its Technical Analyst team in both the USA and the UK.
WHMCS (a WebPros company) is seeking talented and enthusiastic individuals in the USA and UK to join our technical analyst team, providing help & support to WHMCS software users.
The type of applicants we are looking for should be passionate about helping customers resolve issues & answering queries they have. They need Excellent written communication, advanced problem solving and troubleshooting skills, and being able to work independently is a must. Having experience with PHP development, and having the ability to review and understand PHP code is a bonus.
Ability and commitment is as important as current skill set. You should be highly motivated, have technical flair, an interest in all things technology, and a willingness to learn and develop new skills. All our staff are currently working remotely, but in normal conditions there are opportunities in both our Houston, Texas office and permanent teleworking positions in the USA and UK.
If you missed previous jobs in our project to keep techies working, you can see them here.
That is it for today. Good luck, everyone, and keeping those roles coming in. ®