Engineering Manager, Reliability Engineering

Engineering Manager, Reliability Engineering

  • London
  • Partner Engineering

At Improbable, we believe that the next revolution in entertainment and society will come from massive virtual worlds. They will create new economies and opportunities globally, changing not just how we play, but how we work and relate to each other. That’s why we’ve made it our mission to build the next generation of technologies for online multi-user games and simulations.

At Improbable, you are surrounded by people who want to improve everything and everyone around them, and who compel you to improve yourself. We’re motivated by the fulfilment of solving hard problems to achieve something profound and transformative.

Your Mission

As an Engineering Manager in the Reliability Engineering organisation, you will encounter unique use cases and requirements from the various games being developed by our customers using our products, platforms and services. How do you continuously integrate, deliver and test a game for reliability and performance when it requires hundreds of players in a session? 

At Improbable, we have started to address this using a combination of new technologies and development workflows that allow our customers to automatically perform such end-to-end tests. This is just one of many examples of the kinds of work that we engage with. Spanning multiple game genres, game engines and integration with platform services, there is a unique satisfaction in developing tools, software, tests and frameworks to aid in the maintenance and development of a product and service that provides a robust performance and reliability alongside innovative capabilities.

Areas for Impact

  • Developing, mentoring and supporting engineering talent to help them become the best engineers they can be.
  • Help build a learning organisation and encourage the team to continuously improve.
  • Driving engineering initiatives to delivery by helping with resource planning and roadmapping to prioritise for customer impact.
  • Communicating clearly and transparently upwards and downwards to ensure alignment of the team with the company vision and strategy.
  • Supporting your team in delivering quality at all stages of software development, from design to production operations.
  • Understanding the complexities involving software design and architecture to make good prioritisation decisions.
  • Striking a good balance between being technically aware and giving space to the team to make their own choices and innovate.
  • Identifying and balancing your team’s technical debt.
  • Defining and optimising the team and unit’s delivery process to ensure the engineers always know what is expected of them.
  • Participating in Improbable’s hiring process to ensure that we are attracting and hiring exceptional talent.
  • Keeping up to date with recent technology trends to be able to operate in an organisation leveraging cutting edge technologies

We'd like to hear from you if you identify with the following

  • Build and mentor a high-performing team that keeps learning and improving, aligned behind the high level company objectives
  • Foster a strong team culture, for your team to feel like a community
  • Contribute to the wider engineering organisation at Improbable to improve its efficiency
  • Launch future hit games, by building and running services that they will rely on
  • Democratise and standardise the way games are built
  • Proposing and driving changes, to ensure we remain successful.

While we think the above experience could be important, we can’t predict the future and so we’re keen to hear from applicants that believe they have valuable experience. If you identify with the team & mission, but not all of the suggestions, then please still apply!!
Equal Opportunity
The best ideas are often the least expected and require new ways of thinking; that’s why our teams at Improbable are made up of an incredible range of talented people. Improbable is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. We do not discriminate based on race, ethnicity, colour, ancestry, national origin, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, disability, veteran status, genetic information, marital status or any other legally protected status.