Senior Technical Operations Engineer

Company Name:
The Bowdoin Group
Company Description:
With more than 2 million customers around the world, including 90% of Fortune 500 companies, this company provides technology solutions for firms of all sizes that help them connect with customers to build loyalty and grow revenue. Their solutions include shipping and mailing, data management and engagement software. The culture emphasizes personal growth and ethical conduct as is evidenced by their appearance on Business Ethics Magazine's list of "100 Best Corporate Citizens."
Job Description:
We are searching for a Senior Technical Operations Engineer with proven deployment, troubleshooting and coordination skills in supporting mission critical web based products. The individual will be a key member of a cross-functional E-Commerce team collaborating with product, engineering, professional services and support teams, on product development and deployment, infrastructure performance and capacity planning, as well as SLA compliance.
Incident management
Deployment / Support
Monitoring tools and Automation
System administration
Required Skills & Experience:
Extensive experience in system and network administration, both in Unix and Windows environments, including hands-on experience with cloud deployments
Strong understanding and experience with modern service and application delivery architectures and technologies
Experience working with and customizing management systems and monitoring tools and services
Systems programming and general scripting, with particular emphasis on automation and ongoing management of infrastructure and deployed services and applications
Knowledge of and hands-on experience with
and commonly deployed database systems and replication strategies
Hands-on software engineering experience or background, including web application development
Ability to work with, deploy and/or integrate third party systems, APIs and solutions to meet NBO objectives
Contact Brittny at (781) 263-5249 or

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