As a Distributed Systems Software Engineer you will be part of a team responsible for the design, build and operation of highly scalable, fault tolerant, elastic, and secure services in a distributed system of hardware with varying reliability guarantees.
The Video NOC Engineer will work improve to improve the performance and reliability of the systems infrastructure. Individual is also involved in hardware procurement, planning, installing, upgrading, monitoring, testing, troubleshooting and servicing using skills as an experienced professional with a full understanding of industry practices and procedures.
This role provides an opportunity to consult on solution design and implementation in partnership with other Systems Engineers. An effective Senior Systems Engineer will be able to have expertise in support but toggle into design and implementation execution. Additionally, an effective Senior Systems Engineer will be able to keep up with industry changes in their domain and remain technically current in role.
Work with subsystem experts to come up with design changes to the production market subsystems to satisfy the customers requirements. This includes being the owner of system level incremental design documents that cover all impacted subsystems.
Working on this team will provide you the opportunity to learn about virtually all other systems in the company (crm, order infrastructure, aws services, etc.) as well as opportunities to pioneer solutions to high visibility challenges.
Design and execute production acceptance tests and new hardware evaluations including producing, maintaining, and evolving capacity plans for various components, refining hardware requirements and selected designs, balancing raw up-front dollar cost with operability and TCO.
Implementation and support for web-based internal solutions developed for internal use. This includes any content delivery systems, custom software implementation, light database administration, performance and process improvement, systems documentation, and troubleshooting.