Career as a senior infrastructure engineer
We are looking for an Executive Infrastructure Engineer to join an on-demand team at a global freelancing marketplace in New York City. As a leader in the job market, our company strives to enhance collaboration among freelancers and hiring managers. The ideal candidate will spend about 80% of his/her time providing hands-on technical support while 20% will be spent on supporting a Linux/Windows infrastructure.
Responsibilities of a Senior Infrastructure Engineer
- Manage Windows servers and desktops running in a virtualized environment.
- Administrate Linux focusing on Centos, Parallel File Systems, and Active Directory integration.
- Help resolve IT problems in a timely and efficient manner for end-users across the entire organization.
Requirements for a Senior Infrastructure Engineer include:
- An infrastructure engineer with more than five years of professional experience.
- Worked with both business and technical users to provide support to various departments and end-users.
- Ansible and PowerShell are preferred scripting languages
- Expert knowledge of VMware and virtualization technologies.
- Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in Computer Science/Computer Engineering OR related discipline
Qualifications that are a plus for infrastructure engineers:
- An understanding of database technology (SQL Server is an asset) is required
- An understanding of DNS and DHCP internet infrastructure, as well as IP information and problems.
- A strong preference is for experience with Azure Cloud deployments and Cloud platforms.
The following are some professionals that companies will be looking for in 2021-22.
Professionals with expertise in cloud computing
Nowadays, online businesses rely on cloud-based software and apps more than ever. As a result, they are not only able to grow but also stay ahead of their competitors. Therefore, we can expect an increase in traction in the Cloud Computing market, which is expected to reach USD 350-380 billion by 2021-22.
Thus, companies will offer many career opportunities for cloud computing professionals, such as Cloud Architects, Cloud Software Engineers, and Cloud Infrastructure Engineers. Furthermore, the talent pool will include both freshers and highly-experienced candidates.
Establish a solid foundation in modern cloud technologies and architectural practices to begin your career in this field. Additionally, you should be knowledgeable about Microsoft Azure, Kubernetes, DevOps, and Docker.
Professionals in the RPA industry
Market growth for RPA, or Robotic Process Automation, is expected to double by 2021. Among the job profiles covered are RPA developer, RPA analyst, and RPA solution architect.
The main responsibility of these experts is to automate repetitive, mundane tasks by using software and bots.
To build successful RPA platforms, companies make sure their candidates know about the Microsoft .NET Framework during the hiring process.
Experts in data science
Many experts predict that a Data Scientist will be among the highest-paid jobs this year. To achieve compelling business outcomes, organizations are looking for Data Scientists who can apply different data analysis, statistical, and machine learning technologies.
As well as SQL, Apache Hive, Pig, Spark, and programming languages such as Python, R, and Java, you should have a solid foundation in these subjects.
The Project Manager role is likely to remain a hot career option for the foreseeable future. However, due to the evolution of the remote working environment, organizations have added some new skill requirements.
On the subject of skills, leading remote staff is the most important requirement. Additionally, the candidate must be familiar with hybrid project management methods, including Kanban, Agile, and Scrum.
Experience with cutting-edge project management software that uses artificial intelligence to automate regular tasks is also a plus.
Analyst of information security
You can also see an increase in demand for Information Security Analysts in the IT sector. Many cyber-attacks are occurring due to remote working conditions.
With the help of these professionals, companies can protect their computer systems from vulnerabilities, such as user error, Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks, and ransomware.
Using security tools and programs, an information security analyst mitigates, repairs, and prevents any damage.
Good networking skills and high-level knowledge of proxies, firewalls, penetration testing, and IDPS concepts are desirable skills.
Developer with full-stack experience
In 2021-22, full-stack developers will offer lucrative packages, making them the sexist job. A web developer or software developer has a solid understanding of both the front end and back end of a website or application.
As part of the planning phase, Full-Stack Developers collaborate with clients to ensure a successful outcome.
You can create a career in this field by learning programming languages, such as Java, HTML, CSS, C, C++, Python, and Ruby. In addition to this, you should have experience with Oracle, MySQL, and MongoDB.
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