Industry: Accounting, Finance & Insurance•
Not Specified years
Posted 66 days ago
Claims is seeking an experienced and highly motivated J2EE developer with strong development and IT automation skills focusing on developing and implementing technical solutions to improve not only the availability and stability of our applications, but also the overall efficiency of IT. The analyst should possess strong analytical, problem-solving, cross-platform skills, and desire to provide automation solutions as well as provide technical support to help troubleshoot day to day application and infrastructure production issues.
• Work with Architecture Teams to help POC / Plan to rollout technology adoptions.
• Partner with ECS 2nd Level Support, Capacity, Availability, and Performance, Production and Test Environment Support, and Application Support teams to understand the procedures required to ensure the applications are “open for business” and performing as expected
• Support and improve existing application support utilities
• Automate high value processes using automated orchestration technologies
• Develop solutions to aid in automated Technical Checkout procedures and automated incident recovery
• Responsible for monitoring and troubleshooting of the ECS Infrastructure like JVM, Network, DB2, MQ, VMWare, Linux
• Identifying, develop and implement monitoring solutions
• Troubleshooting and analysis of infrastructure issues and recover production outages
• Well versed in ITIL concepts
Duties and Responsibilities:
This position will have an 18-month incumbency period, beginning on the effective date of the position, which must be met before the employee can post for any other lateral State Farm position. Employees may be considered for openings for Technology Engineer positions or promotional opportunities into leadership at any time, and into a promotional position within the same job structure after 6 months from the effective date of the position. In these cases, the remaining incumbency would be waived. The incumbency period does not affect the at-will relationship between State Farm and the employee and does not create an employment contract, nor contractual rights.
Job may require travel via commercial transportation and/or driving motor vehicles
Job may require irregular work hours and travel outside normal business hours