Apache Solr Search Engineer
Posted on Feb 8, 2020 by Request Technology - Craig Johnson
Prestigious Fortune 500 Company is currently seeking an Apache Solr Engineer with strong Enterprise Search engineering experience.
Candidate will be involved in software design, development, customization and integration, the mentoring of junior developers, and other duties as assigned.
Implementation and support of Lucidworks Fusion and Apache Solr solutions.
Document detailed design, functional and technical specifications in developing Lucidworks Fusion and Apache Solr solutions.
Exhibit expertise in Lucidworks Fusion and Apache Solr architecture and the demonstrated competency to design, deploy and support solutions in a shared services architecture.
Develop, execute, and document procedures and standards adhering to SDLC best practices including the Agile Scrum methodology.
Ability to handle multiple tasks and meet deadlines.
Troubleshoot technical issues, perform root cause analysis and take appropriate action to remediate issues.
Participates in the discovery phase of projects to determine high level design.
Analyzes business needs and develops plans to implement software requirements in conjunction with product management and architects.
Independently handles high impact, critical software/systems monitoring issues and tickets/incidents.
Troubleshoots business and production issues.
Mentors and coaches junior developers in Lucidworks Fusion and Apache Solr solutions.
Collaborates with other technologists as a member of a broad, cross-functional team motivated to solve business problems.
Strong experience with building scalable, high performing and robust Java and .NET applications.
Experience with Lucidworks Fusion and/or open source search engines like Apache Solr, Lucene, or Elasticsearch.
Advanced Scripting skills in at least one of the following: Puppet, Perl, Python, Bash, or Unix Shell and willingness to learn new technologies.
Experience with Node JS, AngularJS, Bootstrap or other web-based frameworks.
Expertise with some or all of Apache, JBoss/Tomcat, or other application Servers.
Experience with Source Code Management Tools (eg, GitHub).
Bachelor's degree in Computer Science or closely related field.