Cloud Engineer (32691)

Website Palmer Group

We’ve been providing employment solutions since 1998

We are working with a local, well-known, and trusted company in the Des Moines area in their search for a Cloud Engineer to provide technical leadership and support of an AWS environment. The uses of technological innovation and hard work have guided this group to be successful not only throughout the country but all over the world. If you are looking to make a difference in both your life and others, you can do so with this company and be a part of a great organization. Check out this opening!

Responsibilities:

  • Provide technical guidance and ongoing maintenance of our clients AWS infrastructure and database environment (Windows/EC2/SQL)
  • Conduct the planning, implementation, and optimization of the environment
  • Partner with agile delivery teams to support their cloud infrastructure and database needs
  • Troubleshoot the system and solve problems across this environment for a product team

Requirements:

  • 4-5 years of experience automating infrastructure and databases using infrastructure as code
  • 1-2+ years of experience on an enterprise cloud platform (AWS or Azure preferred)
  • Previous work with infrastructure as code such as Terraform, CloudFormation, etc.
  • Experience managing large SQL databases and experience with the Microsoft stack
  • Excellent technical leadership and problem-solving abilities
  • Previous background optimizing cloud environments

To apply for this job please visit thepalmergroup.com.

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