AWS Cloud Engineer
We are actively hiring a Cloud Engineer who wants to create something meaningful that will greatly improve people’s lives. This role is a unique opportunity for someone who not only wishes to architect and build superb systems, but also help evolve the Engineering department into an even more successful organization as the company scales. In this role you will work closely with engineers developing our products to ensure the performance, capacity, and reliability of our systems.
Cloud platforms like AWS offer engineers a nearly endless set of patterns to apply to our services. But as with any type of freedom, some choices are better than others. As part of Cloud Engineering team, you will enable, incentivize, and advocate for those better choices to help further our objectives:
To these ends, over the last several months we’ve made big strides towards:
What You Will Do:
With all these changes come substantial complexity and new questions that you will help answer. For example, how do we:
But building capability is the relatively easy part. In any organization, the greatest challenge is how we work with others to effect change. Sitting down with the engineers building our products and listening to them describe the way they and the services they own work — the things they like and need, and the pain points they deal with. You’ll educate and advocate for Cloud Engineering’s objectives helping us drive adoption of infrastructure-as-code, container orchestration, serverless, observability tools, etc.
What Success Looks Like:
Success in 3 months…
In 6 months…
In 12 months…
What You Need:
To be successful at this role, you would need to be proficient in at least 3 of the following:
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