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Lead Technical Cloud Architect

Job Title: Lead Technical Cloud Architect
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: Germany, Germany
Salary: €120000 - €160000 per annum + Car + Pension + 20% Bonus
Start Date: ASAP
REF: LCA-GER-03_1496680833
Contact Name: Oliver Black
Contact Email:
Job Published: 4 months ago

Job Description

Essential Requirements;

  • 5+ years of hands-on experience on the AWS platform (EC2, S3, Cloud Formation etc.)
  • A solid understanding within IoT and M2M
  • Fluency in German & English - Business Level
  • Proven experience in a Team Lead or Manager role
  • Experience with DevOps Tools such as Puppet, Docker, Mesos, Terraform, Chef
  • Experience with Hands on Development in Any Programming Language - Ideally Java / Scala
  • AWS Solution Architect Certification
  • Experience in Cloud Integration, Azure, Iaas & Paas

My client are treating the position as critical in the next stage of the development of their business' journey to becoming comprhensively powered by the AWS platform, therefore they ideally want someone to fulfill most of these requirements. For English nationals wanting to apply, please be mindful that German language skills are essential for this position.

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