Microsoft Build Release Engineer
The successful Build/Release Engineer will work to manage the application complete lifecycle as well as upgrades and must possess strong knowledge of software development and deployment fundamentals. He/ She will support project delivery by building and deploying software solutions in a Microsoft centric release environment. Additional responsibilities include: Estimate, plan and deliver build and release artifacts Create, automate, debug and support software builds that include integrated test, code analysis, and documentation tools Run and deploy builds for all projects Automate and document release processes by developing project-specific solutions to manage installations, upgrades, and rollbacks Manage and coordinate releases to QA and staging environments Generate and communicate reports and release notes on the result/quality of builds and deployments In today’s job market, “who you know” matters more than ever – and that’s why you should get to know Volt. We’re one of the world’s largest recruiting companies, yet our success is built one successful placement at a time. Each of our recruiters has niche industry expertise, committed to connecting top talent with respected companies. For more opportunities, connect with us online at volt.com/NorCal. Volt is an equal opportunity employer. Requirements: Minimum 2 years of experience as a build/release engineer Minimum of 3-5 years of experience as a software developer Excellent understanding of development methodologies Experience in building application installers on the Windows platform CruiseControl experience (Highly Preferred) Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science, equivalent field and/or equivalent experience (Preferred) MCSE Certification (Required) Location: Sacramento, CA Type: CONTRACT Duration: 180 - 365 Days Pay Rate: DOE Contact: Volt Technical Resources 100 1st Street, Suite 200 San Francisco, CA 94105 PH: 415/536-5804 FX: 415/536-5839 Keywords: IT
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