Remote, UK

Engineer - Cloud Dev

The Opportunity

We are currently hiring for a Engineer – Cloud Dev.

This is a great opportunity for someone looking for a fast paced technology business, to develop their skills both with the cloud technology and our ARIC platform. It will be a chance to shape the next generation of our machine learning platform and drive it to cloud-native excellence.

You will also help us achieve our goals and deliver success on behalf of our customers by: 

  • Updating our real-time analytics platform by developing features which tap into the true potential of Kubernetes
  • Working cross-functionally to embrace cloud-native best practices of scalability, resiliency, and observability throughout our stack
  • Supercharging the development and delivery of our software by building cloud tooling to accelerate the build/dev/test cycle

We are happy to accommodate a range of working styles whether it’s office-based in our Cambridge or London offices, hybrid, or fully remote as long as you are normally working the core hours between 10am and 5pm to ensure availability for meetings.

Day to Day

  • Delivering new features: from specification, through development, QA and into final deployment
  • Awareness of how your work fits in with the team’s area of responsibility and goals
  • Building defined features, investigating and fixing bugs, without supervision but with occasional support
  • Performing code reviews
  • Communicating progress regularly whilst identifying any blocking issues and escalating where required
  • Maintaining and building good knowledge of the team’s area of responsibility
  • Providing input into future technology development
  • Developing and enhancing capabilities to progress the cloud roadmap
  • Working with teams across the organisation to ensure the product can be deployed and upgraded reliably in a cloud environment
  • Working with teams across the organisation to support rolling out ARIC to customers using a cloud environment
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Joesph Woodhouse - Director of Cloud

Cloud Powered Digital Transformation – How to overcome legacy technology constraints in financial services

Joseph is the Director of Cloud at Featurespace, where he is responsible for developing the ARIC Risk Hub’s cloud platform and advising customers and prospects on the benefits and risks of cloud based architectures.

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About you

Must haves:

  • Software development in a modern language (e.g. Java, Go, Python)
  • Docker/containers
  • Design/development of distributed systems or microservices

Great to haves:

  • Kubernetes
  • Cloud tools including Helm (v3), Istio, Skaffold, Prometheus
  • Cloud providers (especially AWS)
  • Relational and/or NoSQL databases for large datasets
  • Web services – HTTP API development
  • Message queueing systems – RabbitMQ / ActiveMQ / Kafka

Equal Opportunities

Here at Featurespace we are committed to being a place of equality, inclusion and respect to provide a safe environment for you to bring your authentic self to work. We know that we gain as much strength from our differences as we do our similarities. We value diversity and are dedicated to listening and learning from each other to build and maintain a positive and productive culture. We appreciate this will be an ever-evolving focus for the business to ensure everyone feels supported and has a sense of belonging.

How to apply

If you think you’re a good fit for the role above, we would love to hear from you.

Fill out the short application form, upload your CV and one of the team will get back to you.

If you have any questions or queries regarding this role, or life at Featurespace, please contact [email protected]

Featurespace Job Application Privacy Notice

Featurespace Ltd., is committed to comply with the General Data Protection Legislation and any implementing legislation (the “Data Protection Legislation”) and will process your Personal Data in accordance with the Data Protection Legislation and information security legislation. Any capitalised terms used in this Privacy Notice shall be given the same definition as in the Data Protection Legislation.

This Privacy Notice sets out the basis on which Featurespace Ltd will process Personal Data relating to job applicants.

The Data Controller is Featurespace Ltd., 140 Cambridge Science Park, Milton Road, Cambridge, CB4 0GF, United Kingdom.

Data refers to both Personal Data and Special Categories of Data. Your job application and the Personal Data held within it will be processed to assess your viability for the stated role. We may also process any information that you provide about your health, for the sole purpose of assessing whether any adjustments may need to be made to the recruitment process to accommodate you . If your application is unsuccessful, Featurespace will retain your Data for 24 months after the end of the recruitment process. Your Personal Data is processed in accordance with our legitimate interests of making sound recruitment decisions. You are under no obligation to provide us with your Personal Data. However without this, we cannot assess your job application. We will only process information about your health for the purpose of making reasonable adjustments to the recruitment process (if applicable), in accordance with our legal obligations. You have the following rights in relation to the processing of your Data: The right to be informed about how your Data is processed. You have the right to object to the processing of your Data based on our legitimate interests as outlined above. The right of access, to your Data and supplementary information relating to our use of your Data. In certain circumstances, we reserve the right to charge you for exercising this right. The right to rectification, if your Data is inaccurate or incomplete. In certain circumstances, the right to erasure, request the deletion of, or removal of, your Data. In certain circumstances, the right to restrict processing, block any further processing of your Data. We shall respond to any request made by you without delay and in any case within a month of your request. The right to complain to the Information Commissioner’s Office if you believe that your data protection/privacy rights have been breached. Your application will be submitted and stored on an application database (Greenhouse). Access to your Data on Greenhouse is limited to the relevant persons for your application- our internal recruiters, the hiring manager and interviewer(s). Your CV may be printed and shown to consulted decision makers, any physical copies will be securely and confidentially destroyed after a decision has been made on your application. Your CV is transferred to a third country, outside of the EEA, when it is processed by Greenhouse. Greenhouse meet the technical and organisational data security measures outlined in the GDPR Article 32, and are SOC2 Type II certified. We do not envisage that any decision will be taken about your application using automated means.

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