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The Application Support Engineer (ASE) IV is a senior technical leader and architect on the Cloud Services team, operationalizing the “cloud-first” strategy, driving holistic solutions for complex operational issues, mentoring less experienced team members, providing technical thought leadership and organizational support for the success of the team. The ASE IV is responsible for evaluating cloud solutions and determining future requirements, as well as, identifying and mitigating gaps in the current on-premise enterprise architecture and application portfolio. This role serves as a subject-matter expert on the Fred Hutch core infrastructure and leads technical integrations with the existing on-premise architecture. They are responsible for taking new solutions and mapping them back to the infrastructure and business processes at Fred Hutch.
The Application Support Engineer IV reports to the Cloud Services Manager.