The System Engineer will play an important role in supporting the 24x7 availability and ongoing growth of our service offerings. A successful candidate will possess a high degree of technical skill, have a collaborate approach to problem solving, and have a financial understanding of the solutions we build.
Maintain a knowledge of forensic and anti-forensic techniques, modern hacker tools, methodology, and attack trends, when necessary conducting research to find, learn and deploy new forensic tools and techniques.
Provide technical guidance to EIS solution teams on areas and opportunities to update technology in general and particularly for cloud support; provide advance engineering, structural and technical specifications.
Accountable for ensuring the business and technical architecture of the delivered solution matches customer technical and functional requirements, and commits to Customer Success (realization of business benefit) To design Business Process Management (BPM) and Business Rules Engines (BRE) applications using PegaSystems' Pega Rules Process Commander (PRPC 6.0).
Read the new Corporate Policies and Standards for SDLC, QA, and Change Management. Updated relevant process and procedure documents used by your team to support the Corporate requirements for developing your application.
Responsible for the effective and efficient operation and interconnectivity of a Department of Defense Network and will execute the actions required to correct deficiencies or shortcomings and to improve system performance and efficiency.
Work with other development and DBA teams to implement more flexible software designs that are configuration or rule-driven that will allow application functionality to be extended without software releases.