Sr. Environment Coordinator - Pacific Life (Aliso Viejo, CA)

Responsibilities: o Support production environment by analyzing and resolving issues o Investigate symptoms and use interactive debugging techniques, troubleshooting and automated debugging tools to resolve production issues o Maintain source code and configuration files within a version control system o Build and maintain development, test and production environments o Create, modify and execute designated jobs/processes as required during development and testing phases o Ensure consistency across system environments o Automate build and configuration procedures o Architect solutions that are scalable and flexible in order to meet business needs o Document deployment steps so that they can be followed by other production support teams o Act as the go-to" person for environment related issues and inquiries o Keep all system documentation up-to-date and review periodically with the team Skills & Experience Requirements: o 3+ years Linux & Windows operating systems knowledge o 3+ years application deployment and configuration experience using Apache Ant and scripting tools such as Bash in a Linux environment o 1+ year programming experience in Java o Experience installing, configuring and maintaining application and web servers (Apache, Tomcat) o Experience with version control systems like subversion and CVS o Familiarity with relational databases such as SQL Server, Postgres, and Oracle o Understanding of XML and Web Services o Experience with job schedulers (Autosys, CA7) is preferred o Awareness of operational disciplines, firewalls, network and general machine architecture and development tools and methodologies is preferred o Strong troubleshooting, debugging, and analytical skills o Excellent interpersonal, written and verbal communication skills o Python scripting experience desired o Continuous Build systems experience desired Source:

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