Sr System Performance Technical Architect
- Atlanta, GA
Hunter Gibbons has an exciting opportunity to join our client’s team as a Sr System Performance Technical Architect. Excellent Salary + Benefits!
- Recommends use of appropriate technical tools to support performance engagement.
- Follows and suggests improvements when needed for the performance engineering process.
- Coordinates with Senior Leadership in the domain to review performance engineering status.
- Follows the defined SDLC and suggests improvements for the SDLC.
- Create or review (and suggest improvements to) Master Performance Test Strategies.
- Review architectural design for performance risks and potential issues.
- Work with Architecture on issues.
- Work other Systems Performance Engineering leadership to ensure cross system/domain communication.
- Escalate to management any issues and risks with recommendations for mitigation/resolution.
- Reviews and provides guidance in developing Master Performance Test Strategy.
- Provides leadership and consultation to program and application development groups and junior level performance engineers.
- Drafts and ensures long term strategy can be accomplished for the technical domains in their control.
- Requires Bachelors degree in Computer Science or Information Systems; minimum of 15 years of performance testing experience; or any combination of education and experience, which would provide an equivalent background.
- 10+ years of experience designing and tuning high volumes systems across a multitude of technologies
- Deep technical expertise with configuring and tuning Mainframe, Distributed and Cloud systems
- Strategic thinker and quick learner, who can adapt prior knowledge to newfound challenges
- Excellent oral and written communication skills. Ability to communicate with senior management concerning technical strategy, risks, and issues.
- Demonstrated ability to manage testing efforts at an enterprise level across multiple platforms.
- Ability to lead individuals and drive change.
Sunday, September 8, 2019