Position Summary

The Senior Cloud Engineer is responsible for cloud infrastructure engineering, automation, and tooling support for Lirio applications, products, and services.  This role provides end to end support to developers and data scientists for computing platforms and resources as well as offers guidance in both tooling and team integrations to mitigate risks and enhance innovation. The Senior Cloud Engineer also serves as a mentor for other engineers on the team. 

Essential Duties

  • Identifying, analyzing, and resolving infrastructure vulnerabilities and application deployment issues. 
  • Review existing systems and offer recommendations to other projects for improvement. 
  • Collaborate with development teams to evaluate and identify optimal cloud solutions. 
  • Modifying and improving existing systems. 
  • Designing, developing, and deploying cloud-based systems. 
  • Work in a highly collaborative, multi-tasking, continually learning, and agile DevOps team. 
  • Participate in peer reviews of code, designs, and tests. 
  • Good communication and collaboration skills. 

Security Responsibilities

Colleagues have a responsibility to comply with information security policies, procedures, laws, guidelines, contracts, and regulations as set forth by Lirio. Colleagues are required to read security and privacy policies and procedures, participate in privacy and security training, report suspected or known incidents, and sign various attestations agreeing to comply with the guidelines listed in said agreement. 


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  • Bachelor's Degree in technical fields or equivalent experience
  • 8 years experience in a technical arena and minimum of 3 years of cloud experience 
  • Expertise or certificates with one or more commercial cloud offerings (AWS, Azure, Google Cloud), Azure preferred. 
  • Experience with approaches to DevOps. 
  • A strong working knowledge of Azure and Azure Dev Ops. 
  • Strong experience in network architecture, design, implementation and best practices.  
  • Working knowledge of one or more system management technologies such as Ansible, Chef, or Puppet. 
  • Advanced Computer skills
  • Complex Communication Skills

System Experience

  • Familiarity with scripting and automation tools, including bash scripts, automation with Azure Dev Ops, Ansible, or other similar tools 
  • Experience with Linux scripting and automation tools including shell scripting, python, Ansible, or other similar tools. 
  • Experience with Kubernetes management and administration 
  • Experience architecting, designing, and securing network infrastructure 
  • Ability to review operational metrics and make analytic decisions/recommendations about operational infrastructure performance 
  • Experience with system compliance and hardening using HITRUST and SOC2 
  • Working knowledge of tools like Helm, Kafka, Java, Terraform, PostgreSQL 
  • Azure Active Directory & LDAPS 


Nice to have: 

  • AWS Solutions Architect 
  • Azure Solutions Architect 

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