Solers, Inc.

  • Mid-Level/Senior Configuration Management Engineer

    Job Locations US-VA-Chantilly
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  • Overview

    Provide configuration management of software intensive systems in a team-oriented environment. Develop/maintain configuration management of software and system deployment configurations while adhering to Solers Certified Process (SCP), a CMMI Level 3 certified process.



    Bachelor’s degree in Systems Engineering, Computer Science or related field


    Required Skills:

    Experience with software build management, system infrastructure builds , release management and producing all of the neccesary CM supporting documentation. Experience with JIRA, GIT, Linux-based operating systems, virtualization technologies, scripting languages for task automation, and system configuration automation software. Excellent oral and written communications skills.


    Desired Skills:

    Experience in configuration management of a complete satellite ground system to include infrastructure, network, processing frameworks, and software components. Familiarity with any or all of the following, preferably in a satellite ground system context: Object-oriented development practices and processes,  web services, SOA, and scripting. Experience with virtualization technologies (e.g. OpenStack, Citrix XenServer Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization, and/or VMWare), Docker Containers, Ansible, and Heat templates. Experience  working in a customer environment and/or a classified environment.



    Chantilly, VA


    Security Requirement:

    Candidate must have an active Top Secret/SCI security clearance


    Solers is an Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action employer. All qualified candidates will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, protected veteran status or any other factor protected by law.


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