With its business applications, IONOS is one of the leading hosting and cloud applications providers in Europe. With our state-of-the-art technologies, we convince more than 8 million customers in many different countries every day.
IONOS by 1&1 was created from the merger of 1&1 Internet with the Berlin-based IaaS provider ProfitBricks and is part of United Internet AG. With offices in Berlin & Karlsruhe, we are one of the leading European providers of cloud infrastructure, cloud services and hosting services. Our goal is to build a high performance, redundant and easy to configure, cloud infrastructure that is billing by actual minutes used and fulfill our customer´s needs. We operate one of the world's largest and highest quality IT infrastructures. The passion for highly complex tasks, open source code and work of our colleagues make this possible, and we’re excited to be adding new faces to the team.
The IONOS cloud GAPS team (Governance, Architecture, Processes and Security) coordinates our service design processes and acts as an interface between external requirements to Development & Operations teams as well as a promoter of a consistent view on design and performance of our services and procedures to our platform teams. It links the customers’ expectations - channeled though Sales, Marketing - to the Development and Operations teams, and enables IONOS cloud management to optimize performance throughout our service delivery.
The cornerstone of your success is a completed degree in computer science, mathematics or an education with a comparable background. You have already been able to gain initial practical experience in setting up automated reporting. Furthermore you have:
We’re looking forward to receiving your application including your annual salary requirements and the Reference: BE-ToRo-2007083. You can use our online application form. For more details concerning the application process please call Franziska Kloft unter +49 721 91374-4720 .
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