The successful candidate will work as part of a team comprised of a project manager, business analysts, developers and customers to provide analysis, software development lifecycle support and change management support on various applications assigned to the System Support Center.
You will need a broad skill set, able to support build, release, monitoring, performance analysis and troubleshooting, all this across a range of hardware systems, batch processes, applications, network devices and databases.
The Application Support Engineer will be part of an integrated Operations & Sustainment team providing critical 24x7 mission support to our customer and will interface with engineering resources located at other facilities and is responsible for the day-to-day operation of the customer application and monitoring/investigation of segment interfaces.
Work with production, installation technical staff other site resident engineers to become completely trained in the assembly, repair and maintenance of the MEVION S250 System and assume responsibility for the equipment once installed at a customer site.
The Application Engineer (AE) will be dedicated to the Positive Train Control (PTC) initiative supporting the development, configuration and implementation of key PTC applications and their infrastructure. This position will work with a small group of Application Engineers supporting the same goals of PTC delivery.
The Application Developers role includes designing, building, and implementing new enterprise applications, integrating with back end systems; migrating legacy applications to the Web; and performing day-to-day administration of the organizations application portfolio.
In this role, the selected candidate must have three or more years of experience in solving challenging technical problems in two or more of the following areas; single page web application development.
In this role, the selected candidate will plan, schedule and coordinate any shutdown associated repair or preventive maintenance activities in a way that eliminates or minimizes disruption to production schedules.