Descripción de la oferta de empleo

UST Global is based in Aliso Viejo, California and has over employees that work in 25 countries in Africa, North and South America, Asia and Europe. UST Global is a leading company in IT Services that provides large-scale solutions for big companies. The aim of UST Global is to lead companies through their digital transformation and thus to boost the value of their businesses. UST Global seeks for excellence in the client's experience, offering high quality and personalized services, guaranteeing both long-term success for the client and welfare and stability for the employees. Currently in Spain we're a team of over 800 professionals and in South America there are 100 employees working in our offices of Brazil, Colombia, Peru and Chile. We are looking for professionals that want to keep developing their career working in new projects, both in national and international teams for IT leading companies, growing professionally in UST Global and sharing with us their knowledge and passion for technology. Currently, our Center of Excellence we're looking for a Site Reliability Engineer. The professional will be working in a project for one of our main clients, an american multinational. -The professional will work with teams across the organization and ensures core services reliability. -Responsible for stablishing end-to-end monitoring and alerting on all critical aspects to ensure SLAs and get proactive notifications of possible issues for all systems -Ability to work in a team environment or independently with little guidance based on assignment -Have a customer centric focus while working with internal and external stake holders We offer stability, career development plans, competitive working conditions and a wide training offer available for employees. If you are interested in the position, do not hesitate to apply!

Detalles de la oferta

  • UST Global España
Tipo de Contrato
  • Tipo de contrato
  • indefinido, jornada completa
Fecha de publicación
  • 06/02/2019
Fecha de expiración
  • 07/05/2019