Associate IT Engineer
Here at Appian, we're revolutionizing the way people perceive having custom apps built for their businesses. Appian is a low code platform; build it once, deploy natively on the web and mobile, and you don't have to be a developer to build apps on the platform. Were empowering users to build apps faster and with fewer resources. We are looking for an entry-level Associate Information Technology Engineer who focuses on cloud computing, corporate infrastructure, remote office assistance and also assists our software development organization with their infrastructure. Engineers quickly learn our operations and will immediately become core members of our expert team. This position requires a dedication to excellence. About the Job: Securely leverage cloud computing and software as a service resources Windows, Linux and Macintosh desktop administration Assist in the maintenance of Appians IT network and server infrastructure Assist in the administration of Appian's voice and phone networks Provide capabilities to improve Appians productivity Provide technical support to Appians employees Provide on-call resolution for mission critical issues Enhance overall system security, performance and availability Construct, implement and deploy process-centric Business Process Management solutions based on Appian software About You: BS in Engineering, Information Systems, Computer Science, or equivalent Quality verbal and written communication skills Strong problem solving skills Competency in administering desktop operating systems Ability to work nights or weekends, as needed, to perform regular onsite maintenance or on call duties Extreme attention to detail Experience with cloud computing is a plus Ability to lift 50 lbs About Us: Appian makes building complex software simple. Weve built our low-code platform from the ground up with the power to address some of the worlds toughest business problems. Its exciting and challenging work with exciting and fulfilling rewards. It takes the right personis that you?