San Francisco, CA
Industry: Professional, Scientific & Technical Services•
Less than 5 years
Posted 173 days ago
At Anaplan, we are looking for a self-motivated SITE RELIABILITY ENGINEER to join our growing team at Anaplan HQ in the city-by-the-bay, SAN FRANCISCO to be a member of the Global Technical Operations group located across San Francisco, US, London, UK, and York, UK. You will be embedded in the SF Technical Operations organization, and also work closely with Engineering Development teams, Product Architecture, and Program Management. There is close partnering between our UK SRE team and our SF SRE team.
As a Site Reliability Engineer, we know that you are passionate about seamless uptime. You delight in building tools to automate routine tasks and constantly seek new ways to improve system performance. If you also want to join a fast-growing startup, work with friendly people, and play with some cool tech, you found the right place!
In the heart of the eclectic SOMA district, you can feel the excitement and energy of what we do at Anaplan when you step into our San Francisco office. There are open floor plans, fully stocked kitchens, and great collaboration spaces, and we focus on making sure that you have everything you need to work well from the right lighting to the latest technology. When it’s time for the team to play together, we visit with our neighbors at a Giants game or a local pub’s happy hour. Come see for yourself what a collaborative and exciting place to work looks like. You will join a team of individuals who embrace and respect diverse perspectives, aren’t afraid to push boundaries and try new ideas, and are passionate about helping our customers and each other succeed. We work hard, but we also don’t wait for an excuse to have fun and we inspire each other!
This role is an immediate full-time position. If you’re ready to roll up your sleeves and tackle unique problems that no one is solving in the tech space yet, keep reading.
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