Site Reliability Engineer, Multinational Banking & Financial Services Jobs in Singapore

    Site Reliability Engineer, Multinational Banking & Financial Services

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    • Industry Wholesale Banking and Global MarketsConsumer Financial ServicesFinancial Services
    • Function Infrastructure & Cloud
    • Consultant Grace Lim
    • License No 16S8060
    • Registration No R1988923
    • Job Ref No 21425
    • Salary S$150,000 - S$250,000


    Our client is multinational banking and financial services company with Singapore as the firm’s technology hub. With mandates to work closely with counterparts in London and North America, this is a newly created role to identify opportunities for improvement, optimize systems and processes. As a result, the firm is actively hiring for a Site Reliability Engineer.


    Reporting directly to the CIO, you will work in collaboration with various cross-functional technology teams and internal stakeholders to continuously improve the stability, reliability and efficiency of systems by identifying opportunities and eradicating redundancies.

    This role will give you the opportunity to own, create and implement recommendations to improve system flows which directly improves overall infrastructure automation, efficiency and costs.


    You should be degree-qualified with at least 8 years of experience in software engineering or as a DevOps engineer. Possess strong organizational skills with ability to influence and manage business users and senior stakeholders. Certification in ITIL and/or ITSM is preferred.

    To Apply

    To apply, click on the “Quick Apply” button above. Alternatively, you could also write in with your CV to Grace Lim at quoting the above job title and reference code 21425.

    Registration No: R1988923
    Licence No: 16S8060

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