Lead, Infrastructure Capacity Management (virtual remote home office eligible)

The Lead, Infrastructure Capacity Management conducts supply/demand, trend analyses and makes proactive capacity planning recommendations to mitigate risk and rationalize the optimal amount of hardware, software and network resources to meet business needs, service level requirements and IT infrastructure growth capacity. The Lead, Infrastructure Capacity Management works on problems of diverse scope and complexity ranging from moderate to substantial.
The Lead, Infrastructure Capacity Management ensures that capacity workload modeling and availability analysis is performed for a variety of platforms and environments. Serves as a subject matter expert to application development, systems administration and engineering and other technical and business staff in planning the resource requirements for systems under development. Develops, maintains, recommends, documents and supports tools and backend utilities to provide capacity planning management. Facilitates the development of policies to ensure that existing capacity is being used as efficiently as possible. Advises executives to develop functional strategies (often segment specific) on matters of significance. Exercises independent judgment and decision making on complex issues regarding job duties and related tasks, and works under minimal supervision, Uses independent judgment requiring analysis of variable factors and determining the best course of action.
Required Qualifications
Typically requires a Bachelor's degree and 8+ years of technical experience, or equivalent and 2+ years of project leadership experience
Must have expertise in Cloud Capacity Planning
Knowledge and experience with Cloud providers, including planning (models/forecasts, reporting, tracking) and costs
Excellent communication skills - must enjoy relationships, communicating and listening to improve planning and costs with infrastructure, applications, business, and providers
Must have Cloud Capacity Plan and Performance of infrastructure services from our providers
Preferred Qualifications
Additional Information
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