Systems Engineer Job

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Systems Engineer Job
Engineer (Systems Engineer) needed for a contract opportunity with Yoh's client located in Redmond, WA. The Big Picture - Top Skills Should You Possess: - Systems Design - SQL Admin - ASP.NET - WCF What You'll Be Doing: - Working with game development teams to design online infrastructures - Documenting technical designs - Contributing to department standards (technical and process) - Participate in technical reviews for your designs and others on the team - Handle incident and problem escalations from support What You Need to Bring to the Table: - Experience - Five (5) plus years of experience (or less experience with strong demonstrated knowledge and skills) of working with Microsoft stack applications (ASP.NET, WCF, SQL, IIS, etc.) - Systems Design - Understanding of designing applications for high availability, resiliency, and performance - Self-Starter - Looks for opportunities, rather than looking for work to be assigned - SQL - High-level design (HA and DR), administration, performance optimization and tuning - Problem and Performance Analysis - Strong understanding of how to analyze issues from detection to resolution - Monitoring - Understanding of designing monitoring applications for high availability and quick issue detection Bonus Points! Otherwise Known As Preferred Qualifications: - Hardware - Understanding of enterprise class hardware - Cloud - Understanding of Windows Azure (or conceptual knowledge of cloud strategies) - Scripting - Familiarity/comfort in basic Scripting in C#, Powershell, and/or VBS - ITIL - Basic understanding What's In It For You? - As an Services Engineer, the key objective is to bridge the gap between operations and development. As such, an understanding in both development and operations is important. If This Sound Like You, Apply Now! Yoh, a Day and Zimmermann company, is an Equal Opportunity Employer, M/F/D/V. J2W: ENG; J2W: INFOTECH TAX TERM: CON_W2SFSF:INTET Ref: Branch: IT and Telecom MYK62683JR

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