Cloud Engineer

Job Locations US-VA-Chantilly
Information Technology
Regular Full-Time


BOOST is helping our growing client add a full-time Cloud Engineer to their team. In this position you'll be joining a team on-site in Chantilly, VA and will be taking on the unique challenges associated with emerging technologies. As the Cloud Engineer you will provide expert consulting to partners looking to adopt emerging cloud technologies, helping them understand how to adapt their processes and software to work in these environments.


If you're looking for a challenging position (in a great way) within a supportive and growing organization we welcome you to apply!


  • Maintaining familiarity with emerging cloud technologies such as Platform-as-a-Service and serverless computing.
  • Work with customers and partners to understand their missions and help identify when and how to apply emerging tech.
  • Tailoring and delivering next-generation application hosting platforms.
  • Responsible for discussion and education, to architecture and design;

  • Development of prototypes and software modules.



  • Active TS clearance (with polygraph) required.
  • Technical exposure to Platform-as-a-Service such as Openshift, Heroku, or CloudFoundry.
  • Experience working with container runtimes and related tools such as runc, docker, and podman.
  • An understanding with infrastructure clouds such as AWS, Azure, and GCE.
  • Substantial experience administering and managing linux environments.
  • Familiarity with devops or CM tools such as Ansible or Puppet.
  • Experience deploying security hardened systems following standard guidelines such as NIST 800-53.


We are proud to be an equal opportunity employer. We are committed to providing equal employment opportunities to persons without regard to race, creed, color, religion, national origin, sex, marital status, citizenship status, age, veteran status or disability.

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