Cloud Engineer

About the Position

Infrastructure Support & Software Development
East Anglia - Remote working available
£60,000 - £70,000 per annum

Job Role

This role is working for a software consultancy-based business who specialise in delivering a range of solutions using AI and Machine Learning, particularly around data analytics. This role will sit within their Cloud Engineering team and see you be an integral part of helping the business drive forwards and continue their steady growth into this thriving space.

Requirements & Experience

As the Cloud Engineer, you will be responsible for the delivery of these solutions from end to end, including the design, build and supporting of them too. You’ll be working with customers to understand their motivations behind projects and how the businesses solutions can help them, and you won’t just be building other people’s designs – there’ll be an opportunity for you to put your ideas forward and add some innovation to the mix too!

Technology wise, we’re looking for someone with strong knowledge of Cloud environments, with AWS a strong preference. In addition, experience with Cloud formation for IaC and the understanding and knowledge of networking, security, databases, servers and firewalls would be ideal. Any Python, Automation, Machine Learning and Serverless experience will also be highly beneficial.

Job Benefits

Annual Bonus
Childcare Vouchers
Contributory Pension Scheme
Cycle to Work
Health Insurance
Life Insurance-Death in Service
Team Lunches-Nights Out
Work From Home
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