|Location||Houston, United States|
|Date Posted||July 21, 2018|
Brunel has a requirement for a Geology Analyst working on a contract basis for one of our clients in the Houston area.
Understanding of best practices and standards for application packaging procedures;
Knowledge of application installation procedures on all platforms of Windows Workstation, both 32 and 64-bit operating systems and know how the application communicates with the clients underlying toolsets;
Ability to independently troubleshoot applications and come up with innovative ways to resolve packaging issues and articulate with co-workers for further assistance or knowledge share;
Ability to adapt to clients customizations and process driven standards, in-house tools, custom templates, utilities, and heavy documentation requirements in place for the packaging team;
Ability to multitask and prioritize work queue assignments as workload and projects changes.
Good knowledge of application lifecycle management;
At least 2+ years of scripting or programming experience;
Must have excellent verbal and written communication skills to articulate complex concepts to any audience, gather requirements, report updates to management, resolve issues with customers and correspond with vendors;
Knowledge of MSI technology using Admin Studio, Install Shield or Wise Package Studio preferred;
Programming experience or the ability to write scripts using VBScript, PowerShell, Jscript or other scripting languages and understanding of basic programming concepts;
Bachelor’s degree in computer science, MIS, engineering, math, or geosciences.
What We Offer
With over 100 offices globally in 42 countries we at Brunel are proud to offer this exciting career opportunity. Here at Brunel we offer extraordinary earning potential followed by a very competitive benefit package. We provide the tools for success; world class training and advanced technology to ensure you succeed within Brunel.
Works with our clients Earth Science & Reservoir Engineering developers to build, package & release proprietary software in Windows