How you will make an impact
as a Cloud Engineering Practice Team Lead
There are many ways for you to get involved :
As a Cloud Engineering Practice Team Lead, you will be working with your colleagues within the Domain’s Enabling Teams but also supporting cross-functional agile teams working across the domain in multiple markets.
Being an enthusiast in cloud engineering, with a strong DevSecOps mindset, and thanks to your excellent facilitation and solicitation skills you will effectively engage with teams, develop a good understanding of their context and the challenges they are dealing with.
You will use your deep technical skills to help teams improve their expertise in cloud solution architectures, infrastructure-as-code approaches, cloud-focused DevSecOps capabilities, tooling, processes and ways of working and continuously improve CI / CD and automation maturity and efficiency across the Domain.
You never come across as preachy or dogmatic, but you are always clear and vocal about what you believe in. You always drive for technical excellence, ownership and self-organisation at a Team and Pod level.
You will work with your own team to research, evaluate and test new cloud engineering processes and tools and help teams to use them effectively.
You will collaborate closely with Team Leads to help increase cloud engineering and DevSecOps maturity in all teams and help achieve the agreed OKRs at a Team, Pod and Domain level.
You will help define the cloud engineering related areas of the Domain’s technology strategy and lead your team to develop new tools and techniques to improve the necessary capabilities across the domain.
As an experienced cloud engineering leader in a scaled cloud environment you have implemented convincing, guiding solution architectures, infrastructure-as-code approaches and automated solutions across a variety of applications and systems.
You will lead domain-wide engineering excellence efforts and propose high impact initiatives and projects. Your team will work closely with developers, architects, SREs and InfoSec engineers in teams to continuously improve domain’s cloud engineering capabilities.
You will devise, develop, and champion best practices within and between teams and collaborate with engineering teams to drive down operational burden through automation.
As a leader of one of the domain-wide Enabling Teams, your key responsibility is to the people you support, ensuring that they are growing within their area of expertise, acquiring new skills, doing valuable work, working well together and feeling engaged and supported.
Your success is tightly linked to your team’s ability to empower Pods and Teams across the domain and to help them continuously increase their delivery, engineering and operational capabilities, quality and pace of delivery.
You will guide your team to set the right priorities and to manage their workload efficiently.
You will ensure the members of your team are growing within their area of expertise, acquiring new skills, doing valuable work, working well together and feeling engaged and supported.
You will be responsible for identification and recruitment of new talent into your team, coaching and mentoring existing and new team members and their active career development.
You will focus on enabling effective decision making within your team and fostering a culture of learning and continuous improvement.
You are a recognised thought leader and an active member of the global cloud engineering and DevSecOps community. You love to learn and acquire new skills and you enjoy teaching others.
You are not afraid to get stuck in and work directly with teams you hate being in an ivory tower.
Security is part of everyone’s job. At TUI, we practise secure behaviours first in everything we do.
What you will bring to TUI as a Cloud Engineering Practice Team Lead
There is more than one way to the perfect fit here are some of the ideal things :