Do you enjoy owning cloud customer engagements including architectural design sessions and implementation of projects? We are looking for a Cloud Architect who plans and implements large-scale software and platform deployments in the cloud, including new applications and migration of existing applications.

What we’ll expect from you.
In this role, you will support clients in their efforts to build and automate cloud infrastructure, and drive architectural direction and standards. 

  • Collaborate to understand how all systems interact and client cloud architectural needs
  • Help guide the strategic direction of infrastructure and application architectures and gain buy-in with senior executives 
  • Oversee the engagement to ensure architectures are implemented, assuming accountability for on-time, on-budget, on-quality delivery

You bring these qualifications.

  • Experience collaborating with stakeholders to deliver architectural solutions
  • Strong working knowledge of public cloud environments, preference for AWS
  • Extensive experience with administering and deploying to cloud-based environments
    • Strong working knowledge of Linux operating systems and administration
    • Experience with HTTP request/response flow and REST APIs
    • Working knowledge of TCP/IP networking, security, and high availability
    • Experience with containerization and virtualization platforms, as well as container orchestration platforms like Kubernetes
  • Broad architectural knowledge of how cloud infrastructure comes together with a rounded appreciation of technologies and approaches
    • Experience with distributed or microservices architecture, and event-driven architecture
    • Experience implementing enterprise applications at scale, including N-tier or multi-platform applications
    • Experience with SQL and NoSQL databases
  • Experience with creating automated pipelines and workflows
    • Experience with configuration management tools such as Ansible
    • Experience with continuous integration (CI) and continuous delivery (CD) tools such as Jenkins
    • Experience with Infrastructure as Code (IaC) and cloud provisioning tools such as Terraform
    • Experience building and packaging images and containers using tools such as Packer
  • Experience with development lifecycle tools
  • Familiar with diagramming and flowcharting tools
  • Familiarity with Agile, Lean, Scrum and Kanban Methodologies
  • Availability to regularly travel for client engagements as needed

What you can expect from us. We offer competitive salary, health, vision and dental benefits, and a 401K plan among other benefits like a $2k annual learning stipend, pet insurance and paid parental leave. Join our collaborative working environment with everything you need to be your best. 

  • Mentorship, and opportunities to grow and learn
  • Collaboration with experienced colleagues
  • A supportive and non-competitive community
  • Best-of-breed tools including your choice of machine
  • A commitment to your professional growth, including coursework and professional development resources

More about us. Kenzan is a professional services company owned by Amdocs that specializes in digital transformation, application development, and architecture consulting. Combining leadership with technical expertise, Kenzan works with partners and clients to craft solutions that leverage cutting-edge technology, from ideation to development and delivery. We are highly collaborative, exceptionally detail-oriented, and love to be challenged. We use the latest technology including cloud infrastructure, containerization, and continuous integration and delivery tools.

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