This is an exciting opportunity to join a company at the forefront of artificial intelligence and machine learning. At Secondmind, we’re developing cutting edge technologies that are used in the automotive industry to improve the efficiency and sustainability of powertrain development. Our mission is to help automotive innovators design cleaner cars and achieve greater sustainability through machine learning.
About the role
You will be working with a small team of experienced infrastructure engineers. You will be supporting around 55 users, based both in the office in Cambridge and also remotely.
- Day-to-day support of Linux, MacOS, Windows laptops and desktops
- Management of Google Workspace (formerly known as G Suite)
Required skills and experience
- Comfortable on the Linux command line and GUI
- Some scripting experience, ie BASH, powershell, python etc.
- An understanding of networking administration concepts, such as VLANs etc.
Desirable skills and experience
- Familiar with Active Directory user administration
- Knowledge of Puppet and/or Ansible
- Experience with software developer toolsets, such as git, docker etc.
- Practical knowledge of managed networking equipment
Competitive salary, dependent on experience. Stock options and comprehensive benefits.
Current working practice for this role
Whilst Secondmind supports remote-based work, it is important that this role is based onsite full-time.
Founded in 2016 with a mission to enable better decision making, Secondmind is a world-class team of researchers, data scientists, engineers and product managers who apply years of award-winning machine learning research to real-world problems.
We take pride in our diversity, valuing the experience and expertise that people from different backgrounds bring to our organisation. Our team of talented people from all over the globe is collaborative, innovative, ambitious, optimistic and curious.
Secondmind is based in Cambridge, UK, a global centre of AI and machine learning excellence, and backed by leading venture funds including Amadeus Capital, Atlantic Bridge, and Cambridge Innovation Capital, among others.