Software Build Engineer
Wells Fargo provides middle market, large corporate and financial institution customers with a range of international solutions, including treasury management, credit, payments, financing, foreign exchange, and trade services. Wells Fargo operates from 42 countries and territories outside of the U.S., including branches in Beijing, Cayman Islands, Dubai International Financial Center (DIFC), Hong Kong, London, Seoul.
A new opportunity has arisen for an experienced Software Build Engineer join the team on a temporary basis for nine months. This opportunity will initially be based in Fenchurch Street, London but the team will be relocating to King William Street in late 2018/early 2019.
- The software build engineer shall install and support the new software, including the configuration and oversight of three environments (UAT, PROD and BCP).
- Engineer should conduct software configuration and document/maintenance of the baselines code & automation of software build processes and procedures according to Wells Fargo best practices.
- Engineer should be able to develop and maintain release documentation, plans and procedures. Also work with project/release management teams and vendor including finalizing software release and ensuring that it meets all required quality controls and requirements based upon the requirements outlined in the BRD.
- Works with architecture and application owners to establish continuous integration practices of the software installed and document the product deployment process.
Market Skills and Certifications
Skills & Requirements:
- Strong understanding and expertise of using Microsoft Window Servers, including their MS-SQL Server database.
- Strong knowledge of SQL server
- Good unix/Linux understanding and scripting experience.
- ETL knowledge needed
- Knowledge and experience with the PwC application called: GITC (Global Indirect Tax) would be a significant advantage.
- The ideal candidate will be a strong team player with excellent English communication skills and will have to work collaboratively with the USA team.
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