AWS Certified Solutions Architect: Best Job Positions for This Week

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This is the first of a series of blog posts that will give you a review of the best job positions around the world with Cloud Computing skills. As soon as we grow Cloud Academy to become the best platform to learn and test your skills on Amazon Web Services (and other platforms too, they are coming!) we want to create a deep connection with the job market to give to our members more value and connections.  If you want to test your skills or learn how to be an AWS Solutions Architect, you can start using Cloud Academy right now: we have thousands of professional content designed by a team of highly skilled cloud expert with multiple certifications.

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Best job positions for AWS Solutions Architect for this week:

1) Solutions Architect for Amazon AWS – Amazon Inc – Australia (Sydney)

Description: As a Solution Architect within Amazon Web Services (AWS), you will have the opportunity to help shape and deliver on a strategy to build mind share and broad use of Amazon’s utility computing web services (Amazon SimpleDB, Amazon S3, Amazon EC2, and Amazon SQS) within strategic accounts.

2) Software Architect – AWS Resource Global-013755 – Capgemini Inc – United States (Chicago)

Description: As part of the Capgemini Technology Services Group, this person will be responsible for the full systems development lifecycle from requirements gathering through implementation of software architecture solutions. This person will work closely with our clients and must demonstrate individual functional and professional knowledge to ensure that the work products and deliverables are of the highest caliber to ensure client satisfaction. This person will also apply project management expertise to identify, develop, and implement techniques to improve engagement productivity, increase efficiencies, mitigate risks, resolve issues, and optimize cost savings and efficiencies.

3) Solution Architect – Cloud Pre-Sales – Smartronix – United States (Reston, VA)

Description: Smartronix Inc. a Premier Amazon Web Services Consulting Partner and Gold Microsoft partner is currently seeking a Pre-Sales Solutions Architect with a passion for technology, the ability to understand and assess new technologies understanding their applicability to business. We are seeking a driven individual who has a desire to work with some of the best Cloud Architects in the market. Today Smartronix serves Fortune 1000 Financial, Healthcare markets, government agencies and other regulated markets worldwide in delivery of Cloud Services.

4) Sr Solution Cloud Architect – IT – TIAA CHREF Financial Services – United States (Charlotte, North Carolina)

Description: We are seeking a hands-on Cloud Architect Guru.  In this role, the candidate must bring proven experience migrating an enterprise to the cloud.  It requires strong technical skills to make it happen and C-level presentation skills to explain how it will work.  Design, implementation, and previous experience are a must!

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