Browsium

Junior Field Engineer

Junior Field Engineer

Posted by: Gary Posted date:
Job Code: BFE10006
Department: Browsium Consulting Services
Location: Flexible with significant travel opportunities

Browsium creates business-ready solutions to browser problems – whether they are related to compatibility, manageability/control or security. We are passionate about the web and are dedicated to delivering the tools enterprises need to effectively manage browsers in their organizations.

Our flagship product, Browsium Ion, allows organizations to run IE6-dependent applications in IE8 and IE9. As the ONLY provider of this type of technology, you will have unique access to engineers who developed browser technologies in common use today. Whether developing a multi-scale business app, a cross-platform mobile gadget, or performing penetration testing for a multi-national banking system, having intimate knowledge of browser technology will put you ahead of the pack.

At Browsium you’ll find the ideal blend of a casual, fun, friendly atmosphere with a strong commitment to the company’s success. We work hard. We play hard. Bring your fresh ideas to us; you can make a difference here.

Job Description

  • Troubleshoot issues with IE settings, websites, and web based applications, and implement remediation steps using Browsium products
  • Travel to customer sites for multi week engagements
  • Instruct customers and partners in Browsium product usage, configuration, and deployment
  • Contribute to the improvement of the customer engagement process
  • Work in a non-traditional environment

Required Skills

  • Must have 3+ years of web development experience and/or relevant engineering experience
  • Experience with customer communication
  • Must have strong technical aptitude with web technologies and be able to communicate easily with both customers and developers
  • Must have experience in Web development markup languages (HTML, XHTML, SVG, etc.), client-side languages (JavaScript, VBScript, etc.), and an understanding of server-side languages (ASP.NET, PHP, etc.)
  • Must be able to debug web applications containing JavaScript
  • Must have understanding of the IE plug-in model
  • Should have a working knowledge of Windows domain and security structure including group policy usage and deployment
  • Should have understanding of advanced IE configuration (other browsers a plus)
  • Should have working knowledge of Regular Expressions
  • Working knowledge of Siebel, SAP, or Oracle legacy web application development a plus!
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