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AWS Cloud Architect

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As a consultant you will be part of the Connected Company, a large group of application and integration architects and specialists.
Cloud isn’t just the hosting platform of choice. It offers loads of new options and innovative solutions.

  • You are the expert and architect of AWS based application and DevOps solutions.
  • You help customers transition to the cloud and build out their cloud strategy.
  • As an architect you take the lead in defining the project, design the solutions on top of AWS and lead the team to success.
  • You help customers challenge the status quo and help them innovate.
  • You will engage with customers on a day to day basis.
  • You join our sales to convince customer in taking the cloud journey and help shape our AWS offers.

Your profile

  • You are hands-on and pragmatic. You think on your feet and are a problem solver.
  • You are a digital thinker. You want to help grow our business and innovate the services of our customers using the best technology around there.
  • You have experience with a considerable amount of AWS services such (API Gateway, Lambda, EC2, S3, Dynamo DB, RDS, Aurora CloudWatch, CloudFormation, …)
  • You have a strong knowledge of Cloud infrastructure (Compute, networking, security,…) and architecture patterns and frameworks (Event-driven architecture, MicroServices, CSA, oAuth/OIdC,…).
  • You have a great knowledge on more application architectures patterns and styles (SOA, DDD, MVC, …), Cloud security, Cloud solution patterns, API security, …
  • You are experienced in Agile, DevOps (CI/CD, Infrastructure as code, ALM tooling,…), Containers and Orchestrators (Docker, Kubernetes,…) and Automation.
  • You are passionate about Cloud, DevOps and AWS.

Our offer

  • The opportunity to have a meaningful job where you can make a difference
  • The chance to continuously evolve as a professional, coupled with a variety of training opportunities
  • Relevant career opportunities to get you where you want to be, with the IT knowledge you need
  • Realdolmen wants you to find a balance between work and private life by offering flexible hours, satellite offices, home working and an informal no-nonsense environment
  • 32 days of annual leave, because life isn’t all about working
  • Forget about the miles: we provide you with a company car and a national fuel card 
  • Group insurance and hospitalization insurance, because we care about you
  • And of course, we also offer a gross salary. One which is optimised from a net perspective for our employees!

 

Interested? Questions? Recommendations? For more information, contact our recruiter directly: bram.vanderbiest@realdolmen.com or 02 801 54 69

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