Deloitte Cloud Native Specialist - Location Open in Grand Rapids, Michigan
AWS Cloud Native Specialist
Are you an experienced, passionate pioneer in technology? A cloud solutions builder who wants to work in a collaborative environment. As an experienced AWS Cloud Native Specialist, you will have the ability to share new ideas and collaborate on projects as a consultant without the extensive demands of travel. Consider an opportunity with our US Delivery Center - we are breaking the mold of a typical Delivery Center.
Our US Delivery Centers have been growing since 2014 with significant, continued growth on the horizon. Interested? Read more about our opportunity below ...
Work you'll do/Responsibilities
Work with cloud engineering teams to design and develop cloud native systems
Create, build, and implement applications based on modern cloud design patterns and cloud software development that utilizes cloud computing and services in public, private, and hybrid clouds environments
Leveraging cloud native services to drive innovation and increases speed to market in the software development life cycle
Maintain application DevOps processes and deployment pipelines to implement and support application and feature releases
Assist in system migration to the cloud supporting refactoring legacy system to modernize the application or integration services to leverage cloud native services and solutions
Continue to learn and grow professionally as a cloud native engineer as new cloud services and solutions come to market
Deloitte's Government & Public Services practice-our people, ideas, technology and outcomes-is designed for impact. Our team of over 15,000+ professionals bring fresh perspective to help you anticipate disruption, reimagine the possible, and fulfill your mission promise.
The US Cloud Engineering Offering focuses on enabling our client's end-to-end journey from On-Premise to Cloud, with opportunities in the areas of Cloud Strategy and Op Model Transformation, Cloud Development & Integration, Cloud Migration, and Cloud Infrastructure & Managed Services. Cloud Engineering supports our clients as they improve agility, resilience and identifies opportunities to reduce IT operations spend through automation by enabling Cloud. We accelerate our clients toward a technology-driven future, leveraging vendor solutions, Deloitte-developed software products, tools, and accelerators.
Bachelor's degree in Computer Science, Engineering, Management Information Systems, or equivalent education or work experience
3+ years' experience developing full stack solutions and utilizing software build and deployment tools (Jenkins, Bamboo, Git, Bitbucket, CodeCommit)
3+ years application and API development background in object-oriented programming language such as (Java, .NET, C#)
Experience with modern API development (Node.js, Go)
3+ years cloud native language experience (Lambda, Node.js Python)
Base understanding of cloud serverless solutions (S3, CloudFront, API Gateway, Lambda Functions, ElastiCache, SQS, MQ, RDS)
Experience with containerization (Docker, Kubernetes, AWS EKS, AWS ECS, Fargate)
Experience with cloud build and deployment tools (GitLab, Beanstalk, OpsWorks, CodeCommit, CodeBuild, CodeDeploy)
Experience working with cloud database services (RDS, DynamoDB, DocumentDB)
Experience working with cloud deployment languages (CloudFormation, Terraform, Chef, Ansible)
Base understanding of cloud services and infrastructure (VPC, EC2, S3, EBS, EFS, VPC, SG, NACL)
Strong problem solving and troubleshooting skills
Strong verbal and written communication skills
Travel up to 10% annually
Limited immigration sponsorship may be available
AWS Certification (AWS Solution Architect Associate, AWS Developer, AWS DevOps)
Other cloud certifications nice to have (GCP, Azure)
All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, disability or protected veteran status, or any other legally protected basis, in accordance with applicable law.