OT: TCL/Perl Guru Needed - Wilson/Raleigh, NC - Perm Position
- From: Henry Rearden <stackpopper26@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Thu, 24 May 2012 21:46:36 -0700 (PDT)
I am sending this out to the community in hopes that we will find the
right person for the job. See job posting below.
BB&T is seeking an Automation Engineer who is strong in TCL and Perl
in Wilson/Raleigh, NC.
Job Requisition Number: 379242
Automation Engineer (“Strong Software Developer”)
• Work with internal customers to develop software to meet business
• Participate in product definition phases and provide timely input on
implementation requirements and time estimates
• Creation of proof-of-concepts / prototypes
• Work Entire SDLC: analysis, design, testing, implementation,
• Make systems redundant, scalable, high performance
• Willing and able to work in many areas of the software
• Coordinate with other Automation Engineers working on adjacent
• Delivery of deployment-quality code
• M.S. Computer Science/Electrical Engineering or equivalent
combination of education and experience.
• Exceptional communication skills
• Excellent documentation skills
• Enjoys working in a team environment
• 7+ Years Software Development Experience
• Scripting Languages: Tcl/Expect, Perl, PHP, Ruby, VbScript,
• Markup Languages HTML, XHTML, XML, CSS
• Database – MySQL, Informix, MS SQL Server 2008, MS Access
• Protocols – IP, SOAP, SNMP, SSH, Telnet, HTTP
• Language Familiarity: C, C++, or Java
o HP NAS/NNM
o Nagios, MRTG, RRDtool
o Cisco Unified Communications Manager, Unity, and CER
• Experience automating complex tasks in enterprise environment
• Network or IP Voice Operations or Engineering experience
• Proven track record of delivering solutions with little oversight
• Server and Desktop System Administration
• Cisco CCNP/CCNA
Qualified candidates should go to www.bbt.com. Then click on
"careers", then "search for jobs". Use requisition number 379242.
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