Site Reliability Engineer - Permanent - £90-100k - LondonSite reliability engineer required for a leading financial institution in the city of London. The Site Reliability Engineer will partner with the Solutions Development and Operations teams to: design new services, move service builds forward, containerize services, provide advanced automation and DevOps Tooling, and provide outstanding operational engineering. The Site Reliability Engineer will support planning for complex releases and service updates. They are expected to deeply understand and support the environments they are responsible for, driving service improvement through metrics and analysis. Key skills:AWS services such as EC2, S3, VPC, CloudFormation, Route53, ELB, Lambda, API Gateway, RDS, etc.Experience working with Windows, Linux, IIS/.net, and Java environmentsDeep knowledge of Git and Jenkins or BambooFamiliarity with Agile principlesExperience with Chef, Puppet or AnsibleAbility to script using PowerShell, Python, or bash.Experienced working with Docker and KubernetesExperience with CI/CD automation and service deploymentMy client can offer a very generous benefits package on top of a market leading salary. The role will initially be fully remote but there will be an expectation of a certain portion of the role to be done from their central London office when it reopens. They will be able to be flexible with working when the office does reopenIf the above role sounds of interest, then please forward your CV to Kyle Sotiris at Randstad for an initial telephone screening.Site Reliability Engineer - Permanent - £90-100k - London Randstad Technologies Ltd is a leading specialist recruitment business for the IT industry. Please note that due to a high level of applications, we can only respond to applicants whose skills & qualifications are suitable for this position. No terminology in this advert is intended to discriminate against any of the protected characteristics that fall under the Equality Act 2010. For the purposes of the Conduct Regulations 2003, when advertising permanent vacancies we are acting as an Employment Agency, and when advertising temporary/contract vacancies we are acting as an Employment Business.