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About Samsung Pay:

Do you want to help shape the path of mobile payments by working on the latest technology in a fast-paced and rewarding environment?  Samsung Pay, Inc. is a groundbreaking mobile payment service that is taking mobile payments and ecommerce to new levels. Samsung Pay is the only mobile payment system that works with both Near Field Communication (NFC) and a new proprietary technology called Magnetic Secure Transmission (MST), enabling people to use their mobile device to pay at nearly all locations that you can tap or swipe your card. We at Samsung Pay, Inc. have also been working to add additional features such as gift cards, membership cards, local deals & offers, and now a Samsung Rewards program. We are relentless when it comes to delivering the utmost in convenience and security for consumers.

We have many exciting opportunities to help further advance our technology, build out new partnerships with merchants & financial institutions and continuously drive public awareness about the amazing features and benefits of Samsung Pay.

Come join Samsung Pay’s team, where you can realize your impact in real time!

Responsibilities:

  • Automate the configuration and deployment of monitoring and management services.
  • Systems Administration of Ubuntu (CentOS or Red Hat would be a trade off).
  • Help improve monitoring and help identify key performance metrics.
  • Write tools and scripts to provide automation and self services solutions for other teams.
  • Work closely with developers and other staff to resolve dev/ops issues with customer facing services.
  • Provide hands-on engineering, administration and technical support.
  • Perform diagnostics of problems, troubleshoot and develop solutions for customer issues.

Qualifications:

  • Extensive cloud-based system and service administration experience with Amazon Web Services (AWS).
  • Solid understanding of current web and internet technologies like Apache, Tomcat, Nginx, MongoDB, Cassandra, Elasticsearch, Memcache
  • Must have strong troubleshooting/debugging skills and a passion for problem solving.
  • Experience with continuous integration tools (Jenkins, Bamboo, etc).
  • Experience administrating, deploying and managing Ubuntu, Red Hat or CentOS servers.
  • Proficiency in authoring and managing configuration management frameworks, such as Chef and Puppet.
  • Bachelor's degree in Computer Science or equivalent; along with 5 years of relevant SysAdmin experience.
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