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Cloud Architect

We are expanding our team of motivated technologists with a proven track record of delivering results in software/technology sales or consulting. Onica is looking for an AWS Cloud Architect who's passionate about helping customers build applications at scale. Our Solutions Architects (SAs) are experienced technologists with technical depth and breadth, along with strong interpersonal skills. In this role, you will work directly with customers to help enable innovation through continuous, hands-on, deployment across technology stacks. Onica SAs build architectures and provide prescriptive guidance across network, storage, operating systems, virtualization, RDBMS & NoSQL databases, and Hadoop. In addition you will work with mid-tier technologies that include application integration, in-memory caches, security, and much more! 

The qualified SA will have 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 customer's business.

Roles and Responsibilities

  • Technical liaison between customers and support teams
  • Directly collaborate with the sales team to formulate and execute a sales strategy to exceed revenue objectives through the adoption of AWS
  •  Be an AWS evangelist by educating a variety of customers on the value of AWS
  • Establish credibility and build impactful relationships with our customers to enable them to be cloud advocates
  • Participate in deep architectural discussions to build confidence and ensure customer success when building new, or migrating existing, applications, software and services on the AWS platform.
  • Conduct deep-dive “hands-on” education/training sessions to transfer knowledge to customers interested in AWS
  •  Capture and share industry best practices amongst the Onica community
  • Author and contribute to Onica and AWS' customer-facing publications such as whitepapers, tutorials, blog posts, etc.
  • Attend and present valuable information at Industry Events 

Qualifications

  • 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 desired
  • Demonstrated ability to adapt to new technologies and learn quickly

Preferred Qualifications

  • 3+ years software/technology customer-facing experience
  • Experience with “on-premises to cloud” migrations or IT transformations
  • Experience architecting/operating solutions built on AWS
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