Junior Cloud & Infrastructure Engineer (September 2024)

Microsoft, cloud and Infrastructure, no experience, consultant

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“My current and past projects involve the development of customers’ network infrastructures on Azure, including hub-spoke architecture, virtual WAN (VWAN), network virtual appliances (NVA), virtual private network (VPN) tunnels, and Azure Virtual Desktop (AVD). As an Azure DevOps engineer, I automate the set-up and management of the customer's cloud environment via infrastructure-as-code. Our end goal is to make everything more convenient, faster, and easier for the client.” — Sofia Valles 

As a Junior Cloud & Infrastructure Engineer, you’ll take on the role of technical consultant, meaning that you’ll be supporting our projects from start to finish, from analysis to implementation and support.  

But there’s more: the consultancy element means that you’ll collaborate closely with our customers. You’ll learn to understand their needs and come up with customized technological solutions that work for their business.

Our specializations

We have defined several key competencies in our team, and are looking for junior engineers in these areas. Each of these competencies is quite different. 

Perhaps you’ll recognize yourself in one of these:  

  • As a Security Consultant you’ll be involved in a variety of technologies and types of customer engagement, where your role will be to ensure we deliver a secure solution. Moreover you’ll be involved in the review and improvement of existing platforms and applications. Last but not least, you’ll be involved in the implementation of security products to monitor our customers’ security estate.  
  • Or you are ambitious and eager to take on a varied range of projects on which you’ll either migrate existing infrastructures toward, or build new cloud-native applications on top of, Microsoft Azure. As a Microsoft Azure Consultant you’ll employ a DevOps methodology, focusing on reusability and automation. You are keen on growing and diversifying your DevOps engineering skills. 
  • What about the Microsoft365 Consultant role? In this role you’ll typically operate in the digital workplace context of our clients. You’ll help them to become more efficient in their day-to-day operations by allowing them to work from anywhere at any time on any device. You’ll consolidate and split workplace environments following mergers and acquisitions.  
  • Finally, when you hear the word “networking”, you immediately start thinking of routers, firewalls, and switches. But as we’re working more and more in the cloud, you’ll be expanding your Azure knowledge as well. As a Network Consultant, your focus will be on connecting people, applications, and edge devices. Without decent connectivity these cannot talk to each other. You’ll be involved in designing, building, and maintaining the proper network connectivity between all these elements.  

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Isabel Bergsma

What team will you be a part of?

In an ideal world, every company’s IT infrastructure should reflect its business requirements. To keep up with rapid changes, the company should be able to adapt its infrastructure to every new situation in a flexible way. That’s why our Core Meets Cloud team exists. We set up and maintain the cloud platform/infrastructure, so developers can focus on development. Of course, this includes ensuring a productive and secure workplace for our customers. We embrace Microsoft (Azure) technologies for designing, implementing, and managing our solutions. Depending on your interest, you’ll join one of our specialized sub teams in testing, networking, security, Azure engineering, etc. 

Prepare to launch your career like a rocket! At delaware, you’ll enjoy an attractive salary package and you’ll be part of one of the most exciting workplaces in Luxembourg and beyond. We’ll provide you with thorough training and onboarding and will invest in your growth every single day. If you’re motivated, the sky really is the limit. 

Are we a match?

First of all, it’s important to know that we employ all kinds of people and profiles at delaware. Don’t worry if you can’t meet all our requirements. If you can meet some of them, then we want to hear from you and learn all about your skills, talents, and motivation. 

So, if you . . .

  • Are a student who’s in their final year or a young professional with one or two years of experience
  • Have the right skills in system and network engineering and are willing to expand that knowledge with new technologies
  • Have an instinct for consultancy: you’re open to developing the necessary communication skills to connect with and guide business stakeholders and clients
  • Speak English fluently, preferably in combination with French 
  • Have a driver’s license, to get wherever you need to be
  • Are motivated to learn and eager to take on new challenges

. . . then you’re the Junior Cloud & Infrastructure Engineer we need!

Let's chat!

Come and have a chat with us and tell us all about your skills, talents, and previous experience. If you’re interested in multiple vacancies, we’ll keep the conversation open so you can consider all options.

Are you keen to help us grow and contribute to delaware’s story? Feel free to connect with us if you have any questions whatsoever. Already convinced? Click the Apply Now button below, and hopefully we’ll get to meet each other soon!

delaware is committed to creating an inclusive work environment that empowers all our people. A diverse workforce is the best guarantee of success for our employees, our customers, and our partners. 


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