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Site Reliability Engineer (166) at Wikimedia Foundation, Inc. (allows remote)

Posted almost 2 years ago

Summary


We are looking for a Site Reliability Engineer! Would you like to join the highly dynamic team responsible for the reliability and performance of a global top-10 website — Wikipedia? You would join the Search Team, where we build the infrastructure for search and discovery of Wikipedia content. We are working on Open Source, JVM / Linux based stacks (Elasticsearch, Wikidata Query Service).


We are searching for people with a drive to explore, experiment, and learn new technologies. Do you enjoy eliminating boring things from your daily workflow by automating them? Are you comfortable working in a highly collaborative, consensus-oriented, open environment and as part of a globally-distributed team? Then you might be just the person we need.


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More information


WMF
Blog
Wikimedia 2030
Wikimedia Medium Term Plan
Diversity and inclusion information for Wikimedia workers, by the numbers
Wikimania 2019
Annual Report - 2017

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