Amazon Web Services SysOps Engineer

Amazon Web Services SysOps Engineer
Lake Mary, FL
$70,000-$90,000 (based on experience)

Job Description
In your role as AWS SysOps Engineer, you will be working independently, with vendors and also with web, mobile, integration and UI design teams who are developing an entirely new cross-platform Web and Mobile application that interacts with our AWS deployment.
Serve as subject matter expert on AWS High Availability design and implementation.
Work with developers to ensure the server environments are implemented properly.
Lead/contribute to infrastructure, architecture and cloud services decisions.
Deploy software code to cloud environments per the release process.
Monitor servers and provide troubleshooting and support for service interruptions.
Collaborate with developers, QA members and management using the Agile Scrum
Prepare system architecture documentation, status logs and reports.
Monitor system usage/performance, plan and forecast future capacity needs.
3 Years+ experience with AWS including EC2, RDS, CloudFront, Route53, CloudFormation, and S3.
Experience with LAMP (Linux, Apache, PHP and MySQL) stacks and LNMP stacks (Linux, NGINX, PHP and MySQL) installation and configuration.
Experience with version control software Git with Github.
Experience using network security configuration and troubleshooting tools.
Experience configuring secure web, database, application and Node.JS servers
Familiarity with continuous integration environment (Jenkins or similar)
Preferred but not required
Experience with Ansible configuration tool.
Experience with New Relic Application and Server Monitoring tools.
AWS Certified.
What we're looking for
Self-motivated, organized, and results-oriented team members.
Ability to work well in a small and growing team a real team player.
People who bring a sense of humor to the team and company culture, who enjoy their work.
Good analytical skills.

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