Senior Cloud Infrastructure Engineer

Phoenix, Arizona

100% Remote

Full Time

$125k - $145k

A leading expert in software consulting offering its clients various services such as Cloud & Infrastructure solutions, Cybersecurity, Artificial Intelligence, DevSecOps, Data Management & Analytics, and more is seeking a Senior Cloud Infrastructure Engineer to be a pivotal member of the cloud engineers on the team, leading a large effort for a client’s cloud migration due to a lack of efficient current infrastructure.
Join a team of about 150 total, with about 7-11 members in your immediate team, in participating in a much larger effort to deliver cloud infrastructure solutions and be a part of a single team who is responsible for all the data of the largest healthcare system in the world.
This is a fully remote position and candidates may be located anywhere in the U.S. in any time zone. Central and West Coast are preferred.
Required Skills & Experience
  • Expertise in Microsoft Azure Cloud
  • Experience working hands-on building and maintaining using Terraform, Ansible, and Jenkins
  • Microsoft tools
Desired Skills & Experience
  • Leadership experience and qualities
  • Public trust clearance
  • Being able to speak to your tech expertise to both the team and clients
What You Will Be Doing Tech Breakdown
  • 100% Azure for cloud environment
Main Responsibilities
  • Building new and maintaining existing pipelines primarily through Terraform and Ansible
  • Being a pivotal member of the team
  • Cloud infrastructure for migration
  • Leading the IAC scripts for the data products being created for the team as well as the customers
The Offer
  • Fulltime
  • Salary $125k+ (depending on skillsets and experience)
  • Bonus eligible
  • Fully remote (equipment is provided)
You will receive the following benefits:
  • Medical Insurance
  • Dental Benefits
  • Vision Benefits
  • Paid Time Off (PTO)
  • 401(k) {including match- if applicable}

Applicants must be currently authorized to work in the US on a full-time basis now and in the future.


Posted by: Kayla Morales