Graduate IT Reliability Engineer

If you’re a talented graduate, this is a great opportunity to get stuck into new challenges and develop your skills and career at the General Medical Council. You don’t need relevant experience. We’re more interested in your potential, can-do attitude and drive to make a difference. Join our friendly and supportive team and you’ll enjoy an exciting and meaningful career with a difference.

About the General Medical Council

The General Medical Council (GMC) helps to protect patients and improve medical education and practice in the UK by setting standards for students and doctors. We support them in achieving (and exceeding) those standards and take action when they are not met.  

Our organisation is built on fairness and trust – the trust of patients and the medical profession. We strongly believe that diversity of background and experience contributes to a broader collective perspective that will consistently lead to us being a better regulator. We are working hard to increase the diversity of our staff, and also the diversity of those we work with wherever we can.  We would actively encourage applicants from diverse backgrounds to apply, particularly from a Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) background, socially or economically disadvantaged background or have a disability. All appointments will be based on merit.

About the role

As a Graduate IT Reliability Engineer you will support us to continually improve the stability, reliability, and availability of our supported services.  They will work within our Reliability Engineering team to deliver high quality infrastructure products including a critical mix of cloud, virtualised and physical infrastructure assets and services.  The team will keep these services highly available and secure, whilst continually improving our people and the way we work to maintain excellence. 

Be part of an automation first culture bringing about process efficiency and appropriate tooling to maintain the defence and availability of our constantly changing infrastructure.  As IS Operations transforms, we’ll bring together our machine learning, automation, and DevSecOps-centric workflows to ensure we can all co-create as much business value as possible.

This graduate role offers plenty of autonomy, support and the opportunity to carve your own path and grow your skills and career. Passionate about delivering a quality service, you must be a superb organiser and multitasker with the ability to clearly communicate. A strong team player who can work on your own initiative, you should also be willing to learn fast.

What we can offer

If, appointed you’ll benefit from being part of an organisation that is genuinely committed to its people. You’ll receive a comprehensive induction into the role and the work of the GMC. We also offer an attractive salary and benefits package.

The GMC is happy to support a range of flexible working options. Flexible working requests will be considered in line with the policy.

A registered charity, we value diversity and inclusion because our differences make us stronger. So, our processes are fair, objective, transparent and free from discrimination.

Job function
Information Systems
Closing date
9 August at midnight. Late applications will not be accepted. Role may close early if the position is filled.
Assessment date
Interviews will take place whilst the role is live.
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