• Senior Application Administrator - WebSphere Commerce

    Requisition ID
    2019-13468
  • Overview

    Tractor Supply Company (TSCO), the largest rural lifestyle retailer in the United States, is dedicated to enhancing our strong company culture built on our team members’ commitment to our Mission and Values. 

     

    With over 1,800 stores in 49 states and an innovative e-commerce platform, Tractor Supply ranks in the Fortune 400 with revenues of approximately $8 billion and growing! Come grow your career with us as we serve those who live “Life out Here”!

     

    This position is responsible for the installation, configuration, and maintenance of eCommerce systems.  This position requires strong knowledge in WebSphere Commerce, IBM HTTP Server and Solr administration.

    Responsibilities

    • Performs installation, administration, configuration, and tuning of software applications.
    • Creates and maintains build and deployment processes, scripts, and jobs.
    • Performs maintenance, monitoring of software systems, including capacity planning, operational services, and other administrative efforts.
    • Plans and implements enhancements, upgrades, and patches.
    • Participates in 24x7 on call rotations.
    • Designs and implements redundant systems, policies, and procedures for disaster recovery and data archiving to ensure effective protection and integrity of data assets. 
    • Participates in the execution of testing as part of the Quality Assurance process.
    • Documents processes and procedures.

    Qualifications

    • Bachelor's Degree in computer science, computer engineering or related field and 5-9 years of experience
    • 3+ years of experience administering WebSphere Commerce Suite
    • Experience setting up and supporting IBM WebSphere Application Servers in clustered environments
    • Experience with software development lifecycle (SDLC) methodology
      • Certified IBM WebSphere Commerce Administrator is preferred.

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