Sr. Engineer – Infrastructure Cloud Jobs in Saint Louis, MO at Sirius
Title: Sr. Engineer – Infrastructure Cloud
Location: Saint Louis, MO
Salary: $100K – $150K*
Category: Technical Services
The primary purpose of this position is to integrate and deliver a wide range of technology solutions to clients. This role works in a quality, professional manner to complete project responsibilities on time and on budget, resulting in high customer satisfaction. This position may also provide guidance and technical leadership to account teams and clients, positioning technical solutions to provide business solutions to our clients.
Primary Duties & Responsibilities
Provides technical expertise in the analysis of client’s requirements and objectives to develop IT services offerings that provide significant value to the geography, which also includes recommending solutions and assisting account teams with development of proposals, quotations, and presentations. Supports engagements across multiple geographies
Installs, maintains, upgrades, and troubleshoots cloud-based solutions, including but not limited to enterprise-level AWS or Azure services.
Assesses client workloads and technology landscape for cloud suitability
Develops business cases and cloud adoption roadmaps
Defines migration strategy to move workflows to cloud
Designs the overall Virtual Private Cloud VPC environment including server instances, storage instances, subnets, availability zones, etc.
Designs the AWS or Azure network architecture including VPN connectivity between regions and subnets.
Designs HA / DR cloud strategies.
Design and deploy Data Center Networks utilizing Cisco Application Centric Infrastructure (ACI)
Create Design, Implementation and Acceptance Testing Plan documentation
Maintains client relationships as a trusted Technical Advisor. Serves as a collaborative support across internal teams and clients when necessary, using experience and judgment to communicate effectively to all parties.
Provides technical consultation with the account team to understand and contribute to Sirius’ technology and service offerings, and to align those offerings with client business requirements
Conducts advanced and complex engineering – related studies researching current and emerging technologies, evaluates alternatives, makes recommendations, and presents reports to management
Mentors other engineers to apply engineering background knowledge for project design, analysis, and project coordination of services or products
Monitors and manages day-to-day operations of assigned complex projects including developing short and long-range goals, objectives, and budgets. Coordinates activities with other departments and agencies, oversees records maintenance, monitors budgets, approves and monitors expenditures, oversees reporting requirements, evaluates program or project service delivery and cost effectiveness. Ensures procedures are being followed and assists in resolving complex problems which require professional level input
Works with Services management to assess the amount of effort required for services engagements and provide input for the Scopes/Statement of Work generation
Develops and maintains customer presentations, demo instructions, and other related collateral
Performs peer review of overall solution and quality inspection of tasks and deliverables from other team members for all projects delivered against assigned project deliverables and technical content before distribution to the customer
Development of project scope to include work services estimate, services, resource assignments and allocations, and statements of …
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