JVT Advisors

Cloud Administrator

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Location: Bristol, Connecticut 06010
Employment Type: Contract

Job Description

Contract Length:  6 Months, with strong likelihood of becoming a full-time employee

Job Summary:  The primary objective of the Cloud Administrator is to evaluate, implement and manage operations of the cloud environment, keeping in line with the Barnes digital strategic vision and goals.


  • Maintain close collaboration with internal partners to ensure the operation meets the digital strategy goals and priorities.
  • Establish standards, tools, and processes to be used within the team and will have the processes in place to guarantee adherence to those standards.
  • Design the architectures for integrating core infrastructure technologies.
  • Support the underlying business processes, workflows, data and application platforms that depend on cloud services.
  • Maintain the production environment that is global, highly integrated, flexible, and scalable platform.


  • Strong Networking experience, and hybrid cloud experience
  • Experience moving workloads from on premise to IaaS (Azure, AWS, etc.)
  • Strong Active Directory experience, including Group Policy Administration, Replication and Deployment experience
  • DevOps practices and Agile project management
  • Must have a hands-on experience of system administration of Windows server-side infrastructure, virtual machines, and associated technologies on physical servers.
  • 3+ years of active hands-on experience in cloud services (IaaS, PaaS and SaaS)
  • Minimum requirements include a Bachelor's degree in an IT-related field and/or 5+ years equivalent work experience
  • Minimum of 1 year of experience actively implementing cloud solutions and using Azure services.
  • Experience with Azure service and Microsoft Server enterprise implementations

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