Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City
Endpoint Engineer/Senior Endpoint Engineer','254323','Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City','MO-Kansas City','','Full-time','Regular','Exempt','Exempt','Experienced','','','Yes, 10 % of the Time','Day Job','','','Tier II - No Credit Check','Tier II - No Credit Check','','','','!*! The Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City’s Center for the Advancement for Data and Research in Economics (CADRE) https://www.kansascityfed.org/research/cadre is seeking an experienced Sr. Software Engineer for its Research Operational Environment (ROE). The ROE is Linux based High Performance Computing (HPC) system paired with a Massively Parallel Processing Data Warehouse platform. The combination provides a unique environment capable of supporting advanced data analytics on extremely large and complex datasets. The ROE has been tailored and is dedicated to supporting computing jobs which began as “research” but have matured to inform business activities thus requiring higher service level agreements (SLAs) than provided by a traditional research environment.
Full vertical development and deployment of endpoint support infrastructure, i.e., profiles, Mobile Device Management (MDM), Enterprise Mobility Management (EMM), Active Directory (AD), servers, and virtual machines.
Full vertical development and deployment of user friendly backup solutions for endpoints.
Problem solving to reduce pain points as a result of non optimal endpoint performance.
Systems monitoring, vulnerability management, patching, and application deployment in support of, but not limited to, the Bank’s vulnerability management process, the System’s Security Assurance for the Federal Reserve (SAFR) security program, and user requests.','!*!•Bachelor's Degree from an accredited college or university with specialty in information technology field (e.g. Computer/Management Information Systems, Computer Science, Electrical/Computer Engineering, or an equivalent combination of related education and/or work experience
•6 years relevant experience with demonstrated progression.
•4 years acting as the lead or architect in endpoint support preferred.
•Established knowledge of industry software and development methodologies, standards and architecture frameworks
•Demonstrated ability to adapt and learn new technologies
•Fundamental project management skills
•Strong oral and written communication skills
•Strong planning and organizational skills
•Strong initiative, innovative thinking skills and the ability to analyze details and adopt a big-picture view
•Demonstrated problem solving skills, including the ability to think logically and analytically
•Expert understanding of Apple’s macOS, profile management, python, and bash preferred
•Expert understanding Microsoft’s Windows, Group Policy, and powershell preferredSolid understanding of storage and backup strategies. Solid understanding of TCP/IP and other related networking technologies, including but not limited to DNS, DHCP, Firewalls, and Proxies preferred.
•High sense of customer service.
•High sense of team work. Ability to educate peers of solutions.
•Linux / UNIX experience preferred. Container / virtualization experience preferred.
•Agile project management experience preferred. Solid understanding of security tools, including but not limited to patch management, antivirus (AV), data loss prevention (DLP), and network access control (NAC) preferred.
•Solid understanding of desktop applications, including but not limited to Microsoft Office Suite for macOS, Microsoft Office Suite for Windows, Mozilla Firebird, Adobe CC, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, and Apple Xcode preferred.
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Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City
Website : https://www.kansascityfed.org/
The Federal Reserve was established by Congress and signed by President Woodrow Wilson in 1913. It was preceded by financial panics, bank failures and business bankruptcies that severely disrupted the economy. There were two prior attempts at establishing central banks.