Site Reliability Engineer, Security at Spotify
Stockholm, SE
What you'll do
Own, as part of a small cross functional squad, the problem of keeping Spotify’s infrastructure secure, by building security tools, conducting security reviews, and providing guidance to other teams
Design and document systems, including writing and reviewing code, to automate away problems within your squad’s domain
Undertake measured, methodical, troubleshooting of complicated systems under pressure
Partake in an on-call rotation alongside the engineers who build our production backends

Who you are
A bachelor’s degree in Computer Science, a related discipline, or equivalent practical experience
Deep knowledge of Linux (we run Ubuntu) and multiple layers of the networking stack. You should be confident discussing what’s going on under the hood
Comfortable with large scale production systems and technologies, for example load balancing, monitoring, distributed systems, or configuration management
Foundational knowledge, passion, and the desire to learn more about Information Security, and how it applies to keeping complex, large scale deployments secure
A track record of designing and executing small to medium scale systems automation projects with strong autonomy
Strong coding skills in at least one programming language, and a desire to pick up more
Familiarity with and enthusiasm for software engineering best practices such as testing, continuous integration and continuous delivery
A passion for solving problems using open source software
The ability to thrive in a rapidly evolving, globally distributed environment

You will work from our awesome office in Stockholm - we offer relocation packages if you do not currently live in Sweden.
We are proud to foster a workplace free from discrimination. We strongly believe that diversity of experience, perspectives, and background will lead to a better environment for our employees and a better product for our users and our creators. This is something we value deeply and we encourage everyone to come be a part of changing the way the world listens to music.