Lead Consultant Install shield, C++, UNIX
Bangalore, India

Job Description:

  • Participate in product design/product feature discussions on standard application servers and databases (both within engineering and with others in the company)
  • Lead the team to do performance tuning, regression analysis, code optimization, DB/SQL tuning activities
  • Create engineering specs describing features for area of responsibility
  • Design algorithms for implementing these features that are performant, scalable, reliable, robust, maintainable, extensible, efficient, and understandable
  • Create code to implement these algorithms. The code should be performant, scalable, reliable, robust, maintainable, extensible, efficient, understandable, and conform to current programming techniques
  • Use profiling tools to profile and determine hotspots for resource usage for application server and databases.
  • Re-architect product modules to improve performance and scalability of overall Siebel solution
  • Test, debug, and measure the performance of the implemented features
  • Stay current with advances in application server and database technologies
  • Work with partners to optimize Apps on high end systems
  • Create test scenarios for use with performance testing

Required Skills:

  • Demonstrate ability to deliver high quality results in work product
  • Excellent written and verbal communication and organizational skills
  • Demonstrate expertise in one or more complex software products 
  • Good experience in WMI/Installshield with strong UNIX Install experience and leadership experience.
  • Some experience in C/C++ is desired.
  • Good understanding of Unix
Education:
  • B.E. /B. Tech/M.E. /M. Tech in Engineering from reputed institutions/universities with an overall aggregate of 60% (From the branches of Computer Science, Electrical and Electronics, Electronics and Communications and Information Technology).
Experience:
  • 6-8 years of relevant experience
Please submit your CV/Resume indicating reference code: 871

Tuesday, January 17, 2006