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Job Description:Position: Manage File Transfer (MFT) Consultant Location: RemoteHire Type: Contract Required Skills & Experience: 5+ years of hands-on experience supporting and administrating enterprise File Transfer environments Strong OpenShift/Containerization skillset Multiple Installations of middleware products on-premises/AWS Installation of related tools, support packages, scripts, etc. Verification of installation and configuration Setup Monitoring and alerting Development and documentation of Operational procedures (including CI/CD scripts) as necessary to support day to day processing. Provide general guidance and best practices as appropriate according to MUFG standards Production support Activities, troubleshooting, High Availability & Disaster Recovery Recommended Expertise: OCP/Cloud containerization, IBM Sterling B2B & File Transfer, IBM Sterling Control Center, IBM Connect: Direct, IBM Secure Proxy Senior level File Transfer engineer responsible for implementing complex integration needs around File Transfer technologies to accomplish technical and strategic objectives. This position is responsible for administration of technical support surrounding IBM B2B, File Gateway, Sterling Control Center, Connect: Direct, Secure Proxy, Partner Engagement Manager. Capabilities include installation and on-going onboarding administration purposes. Design, develop, troubleshoot, and debugging of programs for software enhancements and new products. The engineering function captures individuals responsible for providing on-going complex enterprise production technical support and troubleshooting.


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