While candidates in the listed location(s) are encouraged for this role, candidates in other locations will be considered.
As a Site Reliability Engineer in our SRE Team you will be responsible for deploying and maintaining the Databricks SaaS Infrastructure in regulated and sensitive environments, such as AWS GovCloud. You will partner with engineers across the company to build tools, establish observability, and troubleshoot issues to ensure uptime of these instances.
U.S. Citizenship Requirement
In order to comply with the U.S. Government information security and federal contractor regulations, including Department of Defense Cloud Computing Security Requirements for Impact Level 6 Cloud Service Provider personnel, and facilitate compliance with other regulations such as FedRAMP High baseline, and requirements of certain federal contracts, this role is open to United States citizens on United States Soil only.
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