Lead IT Engineer

Company Name:
Kforce
Kforce has a client seeking a Lead IT Engineer to join their team in Beaverton, OR.Duties:
Optimize the capability of the IT infrastructure and services to deliver cost effective and sustained level of application availability
Develop complex tools and processes in the support of continuity management
Executes tests for system continuity
Design, test, and implement monitoring tools and processes
Write procedures to respond to results so system issues are brought to resolution
Collect metrics over a long term for trending
Performs complex work to install hardware and software taking proactive steps to assure success
Devises process and procedure for applying and maintaining security settings and user access based on technology platform
Recommends improvements as indicated based on analysis of current techniques and perceived imperfections
Typically requires a Bachelors degree and minimum of 6 years directly relevant work experience; Note: One of the following alternatives may be accepted: PhD or Law + 3 yrs; Masters + 4 yrs; Associates degree + 6 yrs; High School or equivalent + 7 yrs
Experience with: Chef, Go, Subversion, Artifactory, Ruby, Gradle, Apache, Splunk, Nagios, Sensu/Graphite, Geb, Linux, SauceLabs
Experience with monitoring/instrumentation tools (Wily, Nagios, splunk, Sensu/Graphite)
UNIX/Linux; preferably RHEL
Java app server
Configuration management tool (puppet, chef, cfengine, or similar)
Experience in large/complex environments
Apache
Shell scripting
Understanding of TCP/IP concepts, networks, load balancers, etc
Nice to have:
Perl
Continuous delivery experience
Cloud

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