Solution Engineer

Salary: $85,000 - $100,000

Award winning software solutions provider with strong and recognized leadership is expanding their professional services team. Great opportunity to springboard your career - we're looking for 3-5 years experience coupled with potential, desire and smarts. This is a hands on role, working with customer and internal teams.

This is a highly visible role. You'll be working with project teams, partners. and clients to  design, implement and deliver cutting edge solutions that integrate information management, analytics and business process. Day-to-day, you'll be hands-on with a variety of enterprise products & components, including ECM/CMS, enterprise search and various analytics, as well as the latest in management tools, working both on-premises and in cloud.
Design, implement and deliver solutions, including solution architecture, installation & configuration of hardware & software, data & system integration, solution customization (workflow, UI), and operation, while ensuring a fantastic experience for clients.
Document content describing solutions, customizations, and details of specific deployments including runbooks, training materials
Partner with solution leads to oversee QA and resolve issues

 3-5 years hands-on development and delivery of enterprise software/solutions, with recent, hands-on experience customizing CMS/ECM and/or Sharepoint on Windows Servers (2012 or later) as well as AD, Exchange, SQL Server, C# and VBScript
Experience working with Java based applications including JDBC, XML, REST
Strong customer-facing communication and negotiation skills
Experience working with virtual teams and mentoring other developers
Ability to travel up to 50%
Hands-on general application development (web, mobile), enterprise search and/or text analytics a plus
BS or equivalent in CS
MBA or MS in CS a plus

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