As a Cloud Infrastructure Engineer, you will work collaboratively to deliver high-quality infrastructure projects with an emphasis on solutions involving Microsoft technologies. Engagements vary from being purely consultative to requiring heavy hands-on work, and cover a range of domain areas, such as workload migrations from on-prem to the cloud. Moreover, you will have the opportunity to provide thought leadership, delivering best practice recommendations internally and externally. You possess a diverse background in areas such as architecture design, distributed systems, infrastructure migration, and deployment strategies. You will be recognized as an established contributor by your team. You will contribute design and implementation components for multiple projects. You will work mostly independently with limited oversight. Job Requirements Required Qualifications Experience with Microsoft Windows Server, including Microsoft Active Directory Domain Services (Forests, Domains and Trusts), Windows Server 2012 R2 and above (Windows Server Services, Event Logging, Networking, Firewalls, and Registry), and architectingdevelopingand maintaining production-grade systems in virtualized environments. bull Experience with Microsoft Windows and Windows Server 2012 R2 and above bull Experience with Microsoft Active Directory Domain Services bull Experience with Microsoft Windows PowerShell bull Experience with NTFS volume management bull Experience with networking, VPNs, compute infrastructure (servers, databases, firewalls, load balancers) bull Knowledge of systems monitoring, capacity planning, and performance tuning Useful Qualifications bull Experience with Microsoft SQL Server Enterprise replication architectures using AlwaysOn Availability Groups bull Experience with Windows Server Storage Spaces Direct (S2D) bull Experience with Windows Server IIS and load balancing bull Experience delivering immutable Infrastructure-as-Code solutions using tools like Terraform, Ansible, Chef, Puppet, Salt, and Packer bull Experience migrating complex, multi-tiered workloads from on-prem to the cloud, including provisioning the target infrastructure and executing cutover plans that minimize system downtime.