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AWS Big Data Architect

We are expanding our team of motivated technologists with a proven track record of delivering results in software/technology sales or consulting. Our team is looking for a Solutions Architect with the demonstrated ability to think strategically about businesses, create technical definitions around customer objectives in complex situations, develop solution strategies, motivate & mobilize resources, and deliver results. The ability to connect technology with measurable business value is a critical component to be successful in this role. We seek team members who are self-motivated, driven, collaborative, passionate about AWS, and want to have a direct positive impact on our customers.

What you’ll be doing:  

  • Define and manage modern Big Data Architectures including technologies, processes and standards for our customers
  • Work hand-in-hand with Big Data Engineers and external customer teams to ensure the architecture is aligned with and capable of supporting the business strategy
  • Directly collaborate with the sales team to formulate and execute a sales strategy to exceed revenue objectives through the adoption of big data systems on AWS
  • You will articulate the business and technology use-case for technology components in a cloud big data environment
  • You will design and build cloud-native data pipeline frameworks to rigorously automate high-volume and real-time data delivery of hundreds of data sources for big data environments for our customers
  • You will build big data systems from the ground-up using modern technology stack including but not limited to Amazon EMR, Redshift, S3, Spark, Scala/Python, Kinesis, Kafka, and NoSQL databases (HBase, DynamoDB, Cassandra, etc.)
  • You will lead Proof of Concept (POC) delivery for net-new or augmentative systems in a modern big data technology stack
  • Contribute, author, and share best-practice knowledge in the form of brown-bag talks, publications, tutorials, white papers, and presentations at industry events.

You Are a Great Fit If You Have...

  • 7+ years design & implementation experience with distributed applications
  • 5+ years of experience in networking, infrastructure, or database architectures
  • Demonstrated knowledge of software development tools and methodologies
  • Presentation skills with a high degree of comfort speaking with executives, IT management, and developers
  • Excellent communication skills with an ability to right level conversations
  • Technical degree required; Computer Science or Math background desiredDemonstrated ability to adapt to new technologies and learn quickly

 

What’s in It for You?

  • Tremendous Room for Growth, Leadership Opportunity, & professional development
  • Unlimited paid vacation, paid medical benefits, 401k options, and more!
  • Full-time Position with remote work option  
  • Work with extremely talented team members that actually love what they do!!!

 

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