The AWS Engineer will help architect, design and lead customers in their transitional journey into the AWS cloud platform of services. 

Duties/Tasks and Responsibilities:

  • Responsible for design, development, and implementation of Cloud solutions.
  • Serve as senior technical resource in development team’s efforts to determine the needs of the business that will simplify and automate the applications as well as make them more efficient.
  • Participate in the software development life cycle to ensure sound Cloud solutions are implemented.
  • Participate in planning, implementation, and growth of our customer's Amazon Web Services (AWS) foundational footprint.
  • Work closely with architects and engineers to recommend and design database or data storage solutions that effectively reflect our business needs, security, and service level requirements.
  • Work with application and architecture teams to conduct proof of concept (POC) and implement the design in production environment in AWS.
  • Work with current application teams to understand current applications and make migration recommendations and to-be architectures in AWS.
  • Migrate existing databases from on premise to AWS using various tools including but not limited to AWS Data Migration Services and AWS Schema Conversion Tool.
  • Provide expertise around Business Intelligence (BI) Cloud reporting tools.
  • Review coding done to advance application upgrade, extension, or other development. Analyze application for data integrity issues.
  • Develop test protocols or plan for testing revised application and review test results.
  • Serve as project lead or lead technical staff in course of application development project.
  • May mentor less experienced technical staff; may use high end development tools to assist or facilitate development process.
  • Development of automated solutions to monitor and support our software development and release processes.

Position Requirements:

  • U.S. Citizenship Required
  • Bachelor's Degree and a minimum of 8 years of technical professional experience
  • Minimum of 3 years of AWS experience
  • AWS Associate Level Certification required (Professional desired)
  • Experience with programming and infrastructure automation (e.g. Python, Shell, Java, and JSON).
  • Experience designing, developing, deploying, testing in AWS architecture
  • Advanced knowledge of AWS Services including:
    • Management - CloudWatch (Events/Logs), IAM, CloudTrail, EC2 Systems Manager
    • IaaS - EC2, VPC, EBS, ELB, KMS, Config, SNS, SQS, SES, SWF, S3, Glacier
    • Data Management - Redshift, RDS, EMR, Data Pipeline, Kinesis, DynamoDB
    • Other - Server Migration, Storage Gateway
  • Hands-on experiences with CloudFormation and Lambda
  • Proficiency and experience with AWS developer tools and workflows (AWSCLI, CloudFormation, etc.)
  • A team player capable of high performance and flexibility in a dynamic working environment
  • Taking ownership and acting with high sense of urgency, this job requires the individual to work like an entrepreneur

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