Why Wursta?

At Wursta, we hire motivated people and give them autonomy, training, and resources to solve problems for our clients and deliver excellent results.  We focus on generating value and are obsessed with internal and external improvement and growth.  And our results speak for themselves.  We have created a new breed of consultants and technical experts in the enterprise cloud industry that combine strong technical know-how with ingenuitive and effective process improvements. 

We offer a holistic, collaborative approach to Cloud productivity that is focused on customer success. Customer success means helping our customers thrive by improving user adoption experience, anticipating, and proactively solving problems, bringing ingenuity to the market, and increasing efficiency both internally and externally.

 

Responsibilities: 

  • Support the sales team and GCP practice as the lead GCP architect and sales engineer. 
  • Build and own the initial GCP assessment planning process to include cloud design diagrams, digital estate assessment tool ownership, cloud cost comparison evaluation, and specific use case development. 
  • Lead the customer to identify core foundational infrastructure changes that support cloud-ready integration. 
  • Lead architect in designing EA / Org. creation, regional/zonal recommendations, and resource hierarchy. 
  • Consult the customer with initial IAM best practices to include role-based access, IAM policy development, and GCP IAM service recommendations. 
  • Support the customer in building minimum viable security requirements (MVR), including logging and analytics recommendations, organizational policies, control reviews, and compliance requirements. 
  • Lead sales engineer responsible for owning and understanding GCP technologies, services, and GCP Customer Engineer relationships. 
  • Support the customer in defining best practices around agile planning, DevOps processes, and CI/CD flows using GCP cloud-native services.
  • Perform as the lead engineer supporting cloud cost comparison discussions, cost optimization recommendations, and FinOps best practices. 
  • Become the subject matter expert on GCP services to build customer recommendations, respond to specific use case requests, and build overarching cloud program plans. GCP Service examples include; Apigee, App Engine, GKE, BigQuery, Looker, Cloud SQL, Cloud Logging, Cloud Monitoring, and Security Command Center. 
  • Participate in the pipeline and quarterly business reviews. 
  • Build and present demonstrations to grow trust and confidence with business and technical customers. 
  • Build the bridge between post-sales customer expectations and project delivery. Help in creating statements of work and service cost estimation models. 

 

Required Skills: 

  • 7+ years experience as a Sales Engineer
  • 2+ years of Consulting and Customer Facing experience
  • 2+ years of GCP experience 
  • Hands-on experience working directly with C Level Executives
  • Experience building and designing cloud environment recommendations and solution offerings
  • Ability to drive cloud sales dialogue around compute, storage, backup, BCDR, application development, network, security, API management, containers, serverless computing, and hybrid cloud.

About Wursta

Founded in 2014 by a former Googler, Wursta is innovating and growing.  We are building a strong foundational team and establishing many of the elements of culture and ethics that will drive our growth for years to come. We are also establishing partnerships with world-class software companies, like Google.  Our clients range from small and growing organizations to the largest companies in the world. 

Wursta provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment and prohibits discrimination and harassment of any type without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin, disability status, genetics, protected veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local laws.

 This policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment, including recruiting, hiring, placement, promotion, termination, layoff, recall, transfer, leaves of absence, compensation and training.

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