Weblogic Middleware Administrator

Posted Date 2 weeks ago(9/15/2022 4:52 PM)
Job ID
2022-25011
Job City
Indianapolis
Job State
Indiana

Overview

Knowledge Services is seeking a Weblogic Middleware Administrator for a full-time/DIRECT HIRE opening with the State of Indiana.  This is a full-time salaried position with the State of Indiana and includes full-state benefits!    Amazing work-life balance working 37 1/2 hrs per week and hybrid work schedule with 2 days a week working from home.

Responsibilities

The Weblogic Middleware Administrator is responsible for the design, build/deployment, and maintenance of the Middleware environment with normal maintenance routines, automation (Scripting), and DEVOPs tools expertise. 

 

Essential Duties:

• Provide advanced administrator duties for Oracle WebLogic servers and writing scripts to automate the manual tasks in a highly Virtualized Environment running on VMWare.
• Responsible for installing, configuring, securing, and optimizing enterprise web and middleware deployments on Linux platforms.
• Coordinating system development to include design, modeling, security, integration, and formal testing.
• Managing and documenting system configurations.
• Creating and maintain system architecture for new and existing computer systems.
• Build, deploy, configure, and maintain Oracle WebLogic environment.
• Manage and monitor SSL, certificates, private/public key pairs and be up to date with the latest cipher strengths as per Security Requirements.
• Adhere to standards, processes, procedures, and audit compliance controls. Maintain security audit requirements for Middleware Products and Servers.
• Design and build automated code deployment systems that simplify development work and make deployments more consistent and issues predictable.
• Leverage open-source technologies such as Jenkins, Rundeck, SaltStack.
• Provide Linux support and develop/maintain Linux shell scripts. Implement and maintain Linux security and authorization integration with Active Directory.
• Perform appropriate Change Management duties to comply with IT policies and procedures.
• Perform appropriate Incident Management duties to comply with IT policies and procedures.
• Report progress weekly of status on all assigned work tasks.
• On-call support and occasional weekend onsite support. Provide Level2/Level3 support.
• Create process documentation for the team and provide internal training to team members.
• Explain complex design items through documents and whiteboard sessions
• Advanced experience with WebLogic Application Server, Oracle Enterprise Manager, and WebLogic Scripting Tool.

Qualifications

The Weblogic Middleware Administrator Requirements:

• BS/BA degree in computer science, engineering, or equivalent experience, or relevant certifications.
• 1-5 years of working experience within:
       o Production/QA/DEV environments running on Middleware Products such as Oracle WebLogic, IIS, IBM WebSphere, Tomcat, Apache HTTP server.
       o Installation and maintenance of software on Linux.
       o Applying patches to Middleware environments.
       o Responding to and implementing mitigations from security audits.
       o Analyzing memory leaks, Java thread, core, and heap dumps.
       o Tuning and capacity planning.
       o Jenkins pipelines or equivalent continuous integration (CI) and continuous delivery (CD) tools.
       o Creating and maintaining certificates using iKeyman, openssl, keytool, SSL protocols, ciphers, and other security requirements.
       o Shell scripts, such as bash or cron shell.
       o File transfer protocols, such as FTPS or SFTP.
• Knowledge of Java Infrastructure (jdk, jre, jks, etc.).

 

Nice to have:

• Familiarity with the Linux command line and Linux architecture.
• Knowledge and understanding of VMware Snapshots, Revert, and Storage.
• Knowledge and understanding of VMware-focused server virtualization.
• Applied experience handling performance monitoring and tuning.
• Basic to intermediate shell scripting knowledge and skills.
• Demonstrate the ability to:
• Comprehend and plan systems architecture and design.
• Gather, interpret, document, and evaluate server requirements.
• Conduct incident triage research into server and application issues, as required.
• Read, analyze, and interpret technical documentation.
• Present technical ideas, problems, and solutions to non-technical business partners.
• Follow instructions, work independently, or function in a team as needed.
• Prioritize, plan, organize and manage multiple tasks efficiently.
• Strong teamwork and interpersonal skills; ability to communicate and persuade at all management levels, and thrive in a cross-functional, evolving business and technical environment.

 

 

We are an Equal Opportunity Employer. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, sex, age, national origin or disability.

 

 

INDIT

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