WebSphere Systems Engineer - 1777

Basic Purpose: The WebSphere Middleware administrator performs the installation, configuration and day-to-day tasks associated with ensuring the smooth and efficient operation of a Websphere environment.

Major Responsiblilites: *Install, configure, tune and support WebSphere Application Server. *Setup load balancing, clustering, and failover. *Develop automation tools for Password management, Monitoring, Configuration and Deployment. *Assist application and testing teams. *Work with Vendor Support to assist in troubleshooting and resolving issues (open service requests and follow up with Vendor Support) *Develop support documentation and train team members. *Be available 24/7 to support staff in case of issues.

Required: *Hands on experience in the installation, configuration, tuning/sizing, clustering, deployment and problem resolution of Websphere Middleware Components. *Ability to use or develop tools to automate maintenance, configuration changes, password changes, deployments and migrations of Websphere Middleware components. *Familiarity with Rational BuildForge, BPM and Splunk. *Experience creating scripts (wsadmin, shell, perl, ant, Jython, Python, Jacl) *Ability to install and configure Websphere MQ servers. Perform MQ System Management, performance tuning, troubleshooting, and maintenance. *Ability to perform administrative tasks, download and upgrade firmware, create and manager user accounts and domains on the Datapower Appliances.


Desired: *Advanced degree or formal training/education in Information Systems or related field. 

Work Days: Monday-Friday Work Hours: 0800-1630

Relocation assistance may be available.


MSI is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, or national origin.