Our Global Availability Team are looking to recruit a Site Reliability Engineer. Their primary role is to ensure maximum availability of our services for our travellers and partners. This role offers a highly diverse range of duties and technical challenges where you'll have the opportunity to work on large scale, complex problems where you can reach 100 million monthly unique users whilst enjoying a high level of autonomy and influence.
Skyscanner operates in a Tribes and Squads model and we have created an engineering culture where there is a high level of trust, autonomy and transparency. Our engineers work in autonomous teams (squads), they create their own backlog, they ship code whenever they want and don’t have dependencies in order to deliver to their users. Our engines use globally scaled services, big data and machine learning to capture, normalise and make sense of real time information from our thousands of partners.
What you’ll do:
We are looking for a blend of the following:
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We employ over 1000 staff across eleven offices globally, and, having reached market leader status, we were recently acquired by Chinese online travel company Ctrip in a deal valued at £1.4bn. While we remain operationally independent, our acquisition by Ctrip allows us to take the business to the next level of accelerated global growth.
We are proud to have a flexible working environment that sets our employees up for success. We provide for your health with medical insurance, health screening options, subsidised gym membership and headspace subscription, and an employee assistance programme to support you and your loved ones.
At Skyscanner, we put travellers at the heart of everything we do and we’re obsessed with turning their travel dreams into reality. And we’re only 1% done! Highly curious. Highly motivated. Highly skilled. We bring great minds together to make the hard stuff easy for travellers. Are you one them?