We're Celonis, the global leader in Process Mining technology and one of the world's fastest-growing SaaS firms. We believe there is a massive opportunity to unlock productivity by placing data and intelligence at the core of business processes - and for that, we need you to join us.

The Team:

Site Reliability Engineering

The Role:

  • You will be part of a highly technical, collaborative and creative team, with a focus on SRE & Software Engineering
  • We design, write and deliver software, improve availability, scalability and efficiency of our product
  • We constantly improve our monitoring, metrics and KPIs as well as define and implement missing SLOs where appropriate
  • Embrace blameless lessons and from these implement processes and automations to ensure prevention of problem recurrence.
  • Follow up and document all the acquired knowledge, whilst sharing it among all teams.
  • Remote if working outside of our NYC or Raleigh, NC Offices. 

The qualifications you need:

  • A bachelors or masters degree in a technical field (e.g. Computer Science, Software Engineering) or a comparable education
  • A minimum of 5 years of relevant experience 
  • Project experience of operation within the SRE domain
  • A track of record of excellence in software engineering knowing the systems you’ve developed from top to bottom
  • Programming with Java, the Spring framework, and Python (or a similar scripting language in Linux environment)
  • A track record of proactive monitoring and automation as the base for reliability
  • Troubleshooting skills and strategic disaster recovery thinking a passion!
  • Excellent English verbal and written communication skills
  • This position will not be eligible for any form of immigration visa sponsorship now or in the future

 

What Celonis can offer you:

  • The unique opportunity to work with industry-leading process mining technology
  • Investment in your personal growth and skill development (clear career paths, internal mobility opportunities, L&D platform, mentorships, and more)
  • Great compensation and benefits packages (equity (restricted stock units), life insurance, time off, generous leave for new parents from day one, and more)
  • Physical and mental well-being support (subsidized gym membership, access to counseling, virtual events on well-being topics, and more)
  • A global and growing team of Celonauts from diverse backgrounds to learn from and work with
  • An open-minded culture with innovative, autonomous teams
  • Business Resource Groups to help you feel connected, valued and seen (Black@Celonis, Women@Celonis, Parents@Celonis, Pride@Celonis, Resilience@Celonis, and more)
  • A clear set of company values that guide everything we do: Live for Customer Value, The Best Team Wins, We Own It, and Earth Is Our Future

About Us

Since 2011, Celonis has helped thousands of the world's largest and most valued companies deliver immediate cash impact, radically improve customer experience and reduce carbon emissions. Its Process Intelligence platform uses industry-leading process mining technology and AI to present companies with a living digital twin of their end-to-end processes. For the first time, everyone in an organisation has a common language about how the business works, visibility into where value is hidden and the ability to capture it. Celonis is headquartered in Munich (Germany) and New York (USA) and has more than 20 offices worldwide.

Get familiar with the Celonis Process Intelligence Platform by watching this video.

Join us as we make processes work for people, companies and the planet.

 

Celonis is an equal opportunity employer. We celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees. Different makes us better.

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