Yahoo is actively seeking dynamic individuals to join their team as Associates in the role of Site Reliability Engineer. This position is open to fresh graduates with a Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science or a related technical field, or those with equivalent industry experience. As an Associate Site Reliability Engineer at Yahoo, individuals will be instrumental in maintaining and enhancing the reliability of the company’s systems. This opportunity provides a platform for recent graduates to kickstart their careers in the field of site reliability engineering, and Yahoo welcomes candidates with no prior professional experience. The job is based across India, offering a diverse and collaborative work environment.
Company Name: Yahoo
Job Role: Associate, Site Reliability Engineer
Education Required: BS in Computer Science or a related technical field; or equivalent industry experience. Fresh graduates are welcome.
Experience Required: Freshers
Job Location: Across India
Role and Responsibilities:
- Monitor, detect, and triage issues of varying complexity.
- Assist in system builds, configuration, patches, and upgrades.
- Develop creative and practical solutions to resolve non-routine problems.
- Develop tools to automate deployment, administration, and monitoring.
- Apply working knowledge about system methodologies, designs, and troubleshooting techniques.
Required Skills and Qualification:
- BS in Computer Science or a related technical field; or equivalent industry experience. Fresh graduates are welcome.
- Experience with Linux and Operating System principles.
- Experience with container-based solutions such as Docker.
- Experience with cloud best practices and services.
- Ability to empathize with non-technical audiences and engineers whose area of interest or experience lies outside SRE and Infrastructure.
- Knowledge of one system language, such as C, C++, Go, or Rust.
- Familiarity with TCP/IP, HTTP, application security, monitoring, and storage.
- Familiarity with Kubernetes and container-based orchestration.