Cloud Engineer - 11 Month Fixed Term Contract

Ref No. EMP456428
Location Surrey, England
Job type Permanent
Job Status Closed
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Introduction

Cloud Engineer job role. 11 month Fixed Term Contract. Based in Surrey.

The ability to speak, read and write bilingual in English/Korean is required.

Important

Cloud Engineer, AWS, Azure, GCP, Linux / Windows

The Job

Cloud Engineer job role. 11 month Fixed Term Contract. Based in Surrey.

(The ability to speak, read and write bilingual in English/Korean is required.)

Joining an established team, you will be providing technical consulting / assessment for customer IT infrastructure (Server ,Network, Cloud and IT room etc.) and identify, qualify and propose new prospects based from RFI/RFP documents.

You will use your previous knowledge and expertise gained from similar Cloud Engineer roles and, working with internal teams to understand the various requests, provide required information and documentation to support actions being taken and proposed.

Essential to the role will be the ability to communicate effectively between various customers and internal teams, you must possess written and verbal Korean language skills.

  • Experience in basic Linux/Windows and VMWare Administration
  • Networking and Security knowledge.
  • Experience working with Public Cloud AWS/Azure and JIRA/Confluence
  • Migration to the Public/Hybrid Cloud project experience.
  • Microsoft, Redhat, AWS certifications an advantage.

This is an 11 month Fixed Term Contract opportunity within an established globally operating business.

Networkers acts as an employment agency for permanent recruitment and employment business for the supply of temporary workers and is part of Gattaca Plc.

Gattaca Plc provides support services to Networkers and may assist with processing your application.

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