The Senior Platform Engineer is responsible for building or enabling the build of a fit for purpose platform that delights our customers by focusing on shortening feedback loops in our delivery pipeline, removing the barriers to Continuous Delivery, and providing a great developer experience for teams running robust applications in production.
With an attitude of Own it, Build it, Run it’ the Senior Platform Engineer provides operational support to our platform systems, people and processes which can include rostered support, maintenance, and production change management.
This role is also responsible for reduction of operational toil through automation so that the team can focus on bringing the greatest platform leverage to our customers instead of toiling through repetitive manual tasks.
Transactional systems e.g. banking, finance, telecommunications, etc
Working with enterprise distributed systems and SaaS applications
Continuous Integration tools and patterns.
Supporting geographically disperse systems across multiple time zones.
Software delivery in regulated compliance-based environments.
Building and running internal platforms with a Product Led approach.
Implementation of greenfield projects and evolution of legacy systems and processes.
Solving and performance optimisation experience, especially on production systems
Exposure to PCI requirements and control management.
Key Attributes :
Self-motivated with a positive attitude.
Customer focussed, for both internal and external clients.
A great communicator, facilitator, collaborator and doer.
Be flexible and able to adapt to a changing environment
A bias towards system thinking, the ability to keep an open mind and to be influenced by others.
Ability to balance experimentation and evidence-based decision making with pragmatism, understanding that the perfect technical solution is not always the best business outcome.
Looks for innovative ways to demonstrate both new and existing systems.
A willingness to work on-call and flexible working hours, when required.
A continuous learner.
This is a hybrid position. Hybrid employees can alternate time between both remote and office. Employees in hybrid roles are expected to work from the office two days a week, Tuesdays and Wednesdays with a general guidepost of being in the office 50% of the time based on business needs.