TubeScience is looking for an experienced and talented Sr. Cloud Engineer to join our thriving team!

What You’ll Do: The Sr. Cloud Engineer will play a key leadership role in our team as we architect and migrate our solutions from on-prem to Cloud and build an IT Team of Star Performers. We require a highly experienced senior level engineer to join our highly collaborative, fast-paced, high-energy environment. Our ideal candidate has a passion for CloudOps, a hunger to take on challenging and exciting projects as well as an unrelenting drive to learn and teach others. A real opportunity to leave your DNA on what you build!

Objectives:

  • Analyze and optimize current state of AWS and GPC clouds
  • Architect a VDI solution for ~170 users
  • Migrate on-prem MAM solution to cloud
  • Analyze and optimize on-prem networking equipment 
  • Analyze and consolidate current state of SaaS Application Portfolio

Responsibilities:

  • Manage and maintain Cloud Environments (currently AWS and GPC)
  • Manage and maintain all SaaS solutions
  • Support Service Desk with escalated issues
  • Manage and maintain on-prem networking equipment
  • Manage related vendors and Managed Services / Professional Services 
  • Integrate Security Best Practices 
  • Ensure BC/DR is implemented and tested regularly

Required Skills and Qualifications:

  • 5+ years architecting and maintaining cloud solutions 
  • 10+ years IT Operations experience 
  • Solution integration and API experience
  • VDI/DaaS experience 
  • Solid understanding of/experience with video production/post-production workflows strongly desired
  • Business Intelligence experience a plus
  • Database and Datawarehouse experience a plus
  • DevOps experience a plus (we are in the early stages of building our DEV Team)
  • Intelligent, bright, conceptual thinker with the ability to develop new and innovative solutions to complex problems
  • A leader as well as a team player who takes responsibility for results
  • Constructive positive attitude; mature and self-confident; a team player 
  • Outstanding reputation of professional integrity

Benefits:

  • Excellent Medical, Dental and Vision Coverage
  • Flexible PTO
  • 401k + Matching 
  • $500/yr for Education/Training 
  • Monthly WFH Stipend
  • Home Office Setup
  • Personal Coaching
  • Remote Flexibility 
  • Creative Working Environment
  • Paid Sick Leave

 

Tell Me More About TubeScience!

We're fast and data-driven: our teams develop concepts in the morning, shoot/edit in the afternoon, launch in the evening, and iterate the next day based on real-world performance. We’re a behavioral R&D lab at the core: We put 2,000+ video experiments per week, watched by tens of millions of people per day, that give us deep insights into how people make decisions. Over the past couple years, we’ve built an enormous library of IP around human behavior and visual communication. We work on a pure pay for performance basis. Zero production fees for video. Clients only pay us if our videos outperform anything they’re running internally. Our clients are among the largest advertisers on FB and Instagram, across a wide range of verticals (incl. fashion, beauty, food, fitness apps, healthcare apps, financial services), giving us unique visibility into what drives success at scale. We focus on profitable growth with clients and grow their investment by 80% on average.

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