We are a team on a mission, to put accessible and affordable healthcare in the hands of every person on earth. Our mission is bold and ambitious, and it’s one that’s shared by our team who shares our values, to dream big, build fast and be brilliant.
To achieve this, we’ve brought together one of the largest teams of scientists, clinicians, mathematicians and engineers to focus on combining the ever-growing computing power of machines, with the best medical expertise of humans, to create a comprehensive, immediate and personalized health service and make it universally available.
At Babylon our people aren’t just part of a team, they’re part of something bigger. We’re a vibrant community of creative thinkers and doers, forging the way for a new generation of healthcare. We’re only as good as our people. So, finding the best people is everything to us.
We serve millions, but we choose our people one at a time…
What do we want?
Babylon is growing! Our mission is to put affordable healthcare into the hands of everyone on Earth and in order to do that, we need a globally-scalable platform that's secure, scalable and available. Our incredible technology needs an incredible home and that's what this role is all about.
As a Cloud Operations Engineer you will join the team which is responsible for the Infrastructure that powers babylon. Using cutting-edge technology and tools such as AWS, OpenStack, Kubernetes and Terraform you and your team will manage and monitor existing deployments and build new infrastructure as we move into new markets. You will be the first-line of defence for babylon and will respond to availability and security incidents and manage them through to resolution. The team will be available 24x7x365.
This role would suit an experienced Linux Systems Engineer with experience of both Cloud technologies and Infrastructure-as-Code tools such as Terraform. Ensuring that our infrastructure is rock-solid, well-maintained and highly-secure, this role will touch everything from bare metal up to Kubernetes and from file-based storage to large NoSQL datastores.