Pfizer's belief is that all people deserve to live healthy lives. This drives our desire to provide access to medicines that are safe, effective, and affordable.
We advance breakthroughs that change patients' lives and increasingly there is a digital component to the interactions we have with patients and their health care professionals.
Pfizer is committed to equal opportunity in the terms and conditions of employment for all employees and job applicants without regard to race, color, religion, sex orientation, age, gender identity or gender expression, national origin, disability.
Site Reliability Engineering (SRE) is a set of principles and practices that seeks to take a software engineering approach to solving IT Operations problems.
In the Command Center & Ops team, we seek to apply an SRE approach to managing infrastructure operations, with a focus on :
Ensuring services are running smoothly : identifying and regularly reviewing operational health indicators to ensure delivery to defined service levels.
Continuously analysing service data to identify service improvement opportunities. Opportunities will be assessed on their potential to remove manual effort ('toil'), improve service reliability and enhance customer experience.
Developing, or partnering with other teams to develop automation that will remove toil from the environment, and deliver a more reliable, cost effective service to the company.
The Site Reliability Engineer will work to ensure that Pfizer's critical services have reliability and uptime appropriate to users' needs.
Additionally, SRE's will keep an ever-watchful eye on systems capacity and performance. Much of the software development performed by the SRE will focus on improving existing systems and eliminating work through automation.
Work as part of a team of software and systems engineers on projects oriented towards improving the availability, reliability and efficiency of the global infrastructure services that run Pfizer's critical applications.
Analyse system data to identify patterns that indicate opportunities for improvement, particularly by addressing recurring issues, or automating currently manual effort ('toil').
Develop software and build automation to address those recurring issues and to remove manual effort to increase service efficiency.
Take a data-driven approach to identifying and surfacing indicators for use by the broader operations team to monitor service health.
Practice blameless post-mortems - deep-dive analyses on major service events and outages, with a view to identifying opportunities for improvement.
Minimum qualifications :
Bachelor's degree in Computer Science or related technical field, or equivalent practical experience.
Experience programming in one or more of the following : Python, Java, Go, C, C++, etc.
Experience with server (Windows and / or Unix and / or Linux) operating systems internals (e.g., filesystems, system calls), and / or with networking and / or storage systems.
Experience with analysing and troubleshooting systems.
Preferred qualifications :
Experience designing and developing software oriented towards systems or administration automation. Exposure to Ansible an advantage.
Ability to debug, optimize code, and automate routine tasks.
Systematic problem-solving approach, coupled with effective communication skills and a sense of drive.
To apply please visit our website www.pfizercareers.com and search job id for 4813505
salary 11111.00-12111.00 EUR / YEAR