Passionate about growing into a DevOps Engineer, but not sure how to get there? Well, here at Spectrum, we are looking for talented young engineers like yourself to not only bridge the gap between people and technology, but grow into DevOps leaders in the future. As you learn the ins and outs of DevOps, you will learn both what it takes to grow in the technology field as an engineer and as a business professional as well. So, if your passionate about automation, uniting groups of talented technology team members together, and are looking to grow into a leader in the software development space, then apply to our Entry Level Reliability Engineer role today!
Beyond working with state of the art technology, you will have many different fantastic projects to work on as an Entry Level Reliability Engineer at Spectrum. Here are just a few different responsibilities you can expect off the bat:
- Apply IT and engineering knowledge to prevent or reduce the likelihood of technical failures
- Identify and correct the causes of failures that may occur in both Spectrum’s proprietary software tools and internally utilized tools
- Evaluate costs of failure caused by system downtime, cost of spares, repair equipment, personnel, and cost of warranty claims
- Integrate the appropriate CRM systems with our proprietary software
- Manage client and internal DNS records including loading the appropriate sites to Microsoft Azure’s Cloud
- Collaborate with DevOps team to solve escalated issues
- Ensure proper security precautions are in place via SSL renewal
- Identify, procure, and install the necessary hardware and software for existing and newly onboarded team members
- Archiving client onboarding and offboarding records such as domain transfers
- Configures appropriate software packages such as operating systems networking components and office applications
- Manage internal software and hardware tools to ensure team member efficiencies
Some Characteristics That Define You
As an Entry Level Reliability Engineer for Spectrum, you will wear many different hats. Here are just a few different things that will define you:
- People Person. From your team members to our clients, you’ll find yourself collaborating with and advising others every day; so, it only make sense that you enjoy the more extroverted sides of life.
- Business Savvy.Beyond the wicked technical skills you bring to the table, we also want you to consider the business implications of our software tools. From the ways our team uses them to how our customers use them, we always want you to keep the user and the business application in mind.
- Teacher. A big part of bringing teams together is properly explaining how things work and what goals each team shares. As such, we know you love helping provide the appropriate technical guidance for each unique individual at Spectrum who seeks your expertise.
- Detail-Oriented. When you work with code on a daily basis, it only makes sense that you’re extremely detail-oriented, ensuring that everything will run smoothly and efficiently.
Required Skills & Experience
On top of the many intangible skills you bring to the table, there are many skills that can help improve the efficiencies and success of your work at Spectrum. Here are a few of those required skills and experience that you will come in with as an Entry Level Reliability Engineer on our team:
- A bachelor’s degree/pursuing a bachelor’s degree in computer engineering or related fields
- Experience with Rackspace and Office365
- Working knowledge with MSTP/POP/IMAP, SQL
- Troubleshooting experience with ASP.NET/C#
- Experience with Microsoft Azure
- Physical computer/computer accessory setup capabilities
As an Entry Level Reliability Engineer at Spectrum there are a ton of fantastic perks and benefits that come along with your work. Here are just a few of the benefits you can expect when joining the Spectrum family:
- Comprehensive medical & dental insurance
- Retirement planning & company matching
- Generous PTO, including sick days & holidays
- A state-of-the-art office environment
- Nintendo Switch in-office gaming such as FIFA, Arms, Mario Kart, and Rocket League
- Year-round gym memberships
- Paid continuing education
- Flexible scheduling
- Company sponsored parties and group activities outside of the office