Site Reliability Engineer

ADLIB

  • Full Time
nick@adlib-recruitment.co.uk
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Neighbourly is a multi-award-winning community investment platform that helps companies make a positive measurable impact in their communities, by putting “local impact” at the heart of responsible business.

We are uniquely positioned to grow sustainable community investment working as a two-sided marketplace that connects corporate partners with thousands of vetted local good causes, facilitating the donation of surplus products (e.g. food), employee volunteering programmes and provision of financial support (e.g. grants), all in one place.

Our technology helps drive operational efficiency, promote employee engagement and foster wellbeing by providing data and insights that help businesses achieve their CSR and ESG (environmental, social, governance) objectives. Because the platform is public it enables a business to surface community stories and create a discoverable legacy of giving, helping to enhance brand reputation and build positive community relations.

Neighbourly is at an exciting time in its journey having just completed a successful Series A funding round and is entering a period of accelerated growth. The next few years will see the business consolidate its market leading position in the UK and provide a springboard for international expansion. The rise of the corporate ESG agenda, combined with the climate crisis and the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic, means the Neighbourly proposition is more relevant and needed than ever.

What you’ll be doing as our Site Reliability Engineer

Reporting into the Head of Tech and working closely with the other developers, you will have strong Agile/Scrum experience and help realise the Neighbourly vision through development of the product strategy to build an intuitive, secure and engaging site, ensuring flexibility, software scalability, and ease of use in a localised manner. You’ll help Neighbourly.com grow its feature set by using your SRE and DevOps experience.

What experience you’ll need to apply

  • Extensive knowledge and skill in SRE and DevOps.
  • You are exceptionally productive and adept at following SRE best practice in a fast-paced environment.
  • SRE experience with any major cloud vendor.
  • Strong practitioner of Agile methodologies such as Scrum, XP, or Kanban.
  • You’ve practiced Agile and you understand it’s benefits and drawbacks.
  • A track record of leading and mentoring others. You are eager to teach others and invested in the growth of our engineers and the company.
  • Excellent problem-solving skills. You excel at analysing and solving problems under pressure.
  • Want to continue working remotely. You enjoy the flexibility of asynchronous
  • communication and have a safe and distraction free environment to do so.
  • Self-motivating, self-directing, and a great communicator (written and oral). You thrive in an environment that grants you a lot of autonomy to explore creative solutions.
  • Living and working within GMT (UK) – GMT 2:00 (Europe) time zone

What next?

We have chosen to work with our friends at ADLIB who are managing the recruitment process for Neighbourly. As a fellow B Corp, they are well versed in attracting the best candidates that have the right skills and experience, combined with the desire to work for a business driven by purpose and a want to make a positive impact on society and the planet.

***Please note that any candidates that approach Neighbourly directly will be forwarded to ADLIB for consideration.***

Inclusion and equality

Here at Neighbourly, equal opportunity runs through every aspect of the business. We are creating an environment where a diverse mix of talented people want to work, do their best and share in our journey for the long term. We’re building a team that represents a variety of perspectives and backgrounds, as we believe that the more inclusive we are, the better and more innovative our work will be. We strive to be a workplace where everyone feels empowered and can be their authentic selves.

Salary: £55k – £75k

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