Wikimedia Foundation is hiring for a Senior Site Reliability Engineer
The Wikimedia Foundation is the nonprofit that hosts Wikipedia and their other free knowledge projects. Wikimedia Foundation wants to make it easier for everyone to share what they know. To do this, they keep Wikipedia and Wikimedia sites fast, reliable, and available to all. They protect the values and policies that allow free knowledge to thrive. They build new features and tools to make it easy to read, edit, and share from the Wikimedia sites. Above all, they support the communities of volunteers around the world who edit, improve, and add knowledge across Wikimedia projects. Check out their open vacancies.
Wikimedia Foundation is hiring a Senior Site Reliability Engineer (SRE) to join our Service Operations SRE team, where we take care of the infrastructure that runs wikipedia.org and other Wikimedia Foundation projects.
The SRE team at Wikimedia is a distributed and diverse team of engineers with a drive to explore, experiment and embrace new technologies. The SRE Service Operations team focuses on the application layer of our complex infrastructure as well as our developer-facing services.
You will be responsible for
- Design, implementation and maintenance of public facing infrastructure and services
- Use of configuration management and deployment tools
- Architectural design and operation at scale
- Monitoring of systems and services, optimization of performance and resource utilization
- Common operating system level tasks such as logging and backup / restore
- Cookbook / runbook implementation for common maintenance actions
- Incident response, diagnosis and follow-up on system outages or alerts
- Automation and streamlining of tasks as well as identifying process gaps
- Collaborating with a global and asynchronously communicating team (don’t worry if you have never worked remotely, we’ll help you get used to it)
- Mentoring peers in your areas of technical and operational strength
Myleen Hollero / Wikimedia Foundation