We are a global cloud services provider with industry-leading technology, capabilities, and people. We've been working in the cloud, testing the limits of its capabilities, since the start. To do this, we've built one of the world's largest fully remote organizations. We transform, build, and optimize products on the cloud every day, helping companies make the most of the cloud's native capabilities.
Do you dream of having an ambitious, high-impact role that has the potential to change entire industries? Do you want to work with like-minded people from all over the world? Do you see technology challenges as opportunities to add value and shape the future of the digital landscape? Join us and let's get the cloud revolution started!
Every day you will dig into new technologies and deliver centralized, standard infrastructure with improved availability and reduced operating costs. You will work with infrastructure at a massive scale producing simple, scalable, meticulously engineered infrastructure that continuously improves. You will write scripts that remove routine operational work from our support teams and migrate components to standardized infrastructure. Automation is at the core of everything you'll do.
You will not be responsible for executing repetitive tasks over and over.
In this role, you will dedicate your day to producing optimized infrastructure. You will work across a portfolio of clients and cover a range of industries and technologies, making this an amazing learning opportunity. All team members are encouraged to learn and apply the latest cloud computing patterns (think about the entire AWS catalog, not just EC2 & S3). You will be always supported by your fellow teammates and managers, who are happy to share their knowledge and help you solve problems if you are stuck.
Your day-to-day responsibilities will consist of:
Being successful in this role requires deep technical skills across a variety of technologies and domains in addition to exemplary communication skills.
Specifically, candidates must have: