Site Reliability Engineer
Bloomberg Data Management Services (BDMS), delivers the world"s foremost Data Management Utility to the Financial Markets. Our clients experience immediate improvement in Data Quality, Operational Process & Control, Reaction to Change and Data Governance when they on-board to our Private Cloud - Hosted Service.
What"s the role:
Do you share our passion for high availability, want to build highly scalable and available systems?
As a Reliability Engineer, you will be responsible for measuring all aspects of service health in our product.
We"ll trust you to:
Get involved in the whole life cycle of our product design through to operational efficiency
Ensure system high availability, and system sustainability
Measure and monitor system availability
Automate systems scalability
What we would like you to have:
Technical background with experience in Reference Data, Static Data, Market Data
Programming experience in Java, Python, C, C++
Experience in enterprise distributed systems
Be willing to take on new challenges, learn new technologies quickly
Bachelor's Degree or Masters in Computer Systems or Software Engineering or related technical discipline
Why Bloomberg Data Management Services:
At BDMS, You"ll have the opportunity to go above and beyond as well as work on interesting challenging projects with a number of key partners both internally and externally. We are passionate about people who are excited by innovation, who care about our customers and want to help us achieve our mission to "Simplify Data Management". If this sound like you. We"d love to hear from you.
If this sounds like you:
Apply if you think we"re a good match. We"ll get in touch with you to let you know the next steps but in the meantime feel free to browse this:
Bloomberg is an equal opportunity employer and value diversity at our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status.
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