• Location: England, Berkshire, Slough
  • Salary: £55000 - £60000 per annum
  • Technology: AWS Jobs
  • Job Type: Permanent
  • Date Posted: 10th Mar, 2020
  • Reference: 88271_1583834871
AWS Cloud Engineer, Berkshire, Permanent (AWS exp + certs)

I am working with a client based in Berkshire at the moment, currently looking to employ an engineer who specialises in AWS cloud technology. They're looking for someone with several years' experience using AWS services, along with any AWS certifications from associate level up to professional. The reason for this is they're taking on a lot of projects working with AWS, involving design, migration, deployment etc. all using tools from cloud technology.

You will join the AWS team to assist with customers' needs and expectations of management with cloud services. This can range between anything from standard design and building on cloud infrastructure, all the way to implementation and testing the product to make sure everything runs as smooth as possible. Essentially, you'll work very hands on to provide the best possible service.

What you need:

* Few years' experience working with AWS services.
* AWS certification is preferred (Architect/Engineer associates).
* Drive and passion to develop and learn more through the role.

Along with this, you have the potential opportunity to join a fantastic team of architects, engineers and consultants, all with a passion and knowledge of AWS services. If you don't have any AWS certifications, but show a want to achieve these, then my client are also willing to offer any sort of support necessary for you to get these.

Many thanks,

Lewis Smith
Recruitment Consultant

Phone: +44 (0)191 261 3376 (ext 3376)
Email: l.smith1@jeffersonfrank.com
Website: www.jeffersonfrank.com
Address: 2nd Floor, The St. Nicholas Building, St.Nicholas Street, Newcastle Upon Tyne, NE1 1RF, United Kingdom

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