Messaging Engineer

 
Location: raleigh, North Carolina
Posted On: 5/4/2017
Job Code: 3231_Messaging Engin
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Job Description
 
Position of Messaging Engineer with Big Financial Client in Raleigh NC

Job Description
• The messaging Solutions team at CS is responsible for application messaging and middleware technologies, providing standard solutions for different technical requirements for all regions and departments of CS.
• The role will include all aspects of engineering, repeatable high quality builds for both commodity messaging platforms and those tailored for low latency uses.
• It requires close interaction with the other infrastructure teams within CS, vendors (to determine future directions), the development community, central architecture and the Messaging Operations team to which the engineering team provide L3 support.
• The role requires close collaboration with the development community providing guidance to business applications regarding their messaging requirements, at both a design and implementation level.
Category:IT  code:new
 
 
Job Requirements
 
 
Qualifications:
• Proficiency in deploying, administering and supporting WebSphereMQ.
• Additionally similar experience with any of the following messaging products, SolaceSystems Message Routers, Tibco EMS, Informatica Ultra Messaging or AMQP, is desirable.
• MessageBroker/Integration Bus or RedHat FUSE) is also desirable.
• Working knowledge of the technical solutions and paradigms used in the messaging domain.
• Working knowledge of at least one of the OS used within CS (Linux, Solaris and Windows).
• Working knowledge of Network infrastructure and Network protocols (TCP/IP, multicast etc).
• Competence in software development or scripting with common languages (Java, C/C++, .Net, Python, Perl etc) is highly desirable.
• Computer Science education.

To apply, please contact Prince Thakur at 973-606-3231 or email at prince.thakur@collabera.com
 

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