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Lexington, Kentucky Full Time Posted: Monday, 19 June 2017
Applications Engineer - Level 3

Location: Lexington, KY

Pay Rate: DOE ($55/hr - $65/hr)

Duration: 1 year contract

Shift: First, 5/40, exempt

MUST be eligible to obtain a DoD SECRET CLEARANCE



. This is an early to mid career position (5 to 10 years experience) for a Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) software administrator.

. The PLM Admin will be responsible for managing the daily operations and milestone events (eg upgrades) for the PLM software (Teamcenter) at the Special Operations Forces Support Activity (SOFSA) contract in Lexington, Kentucky.

. She/he will be part of the IT department and will work with the user community (primarily production engineering) to ensure the software meets the needs of the contract.

. This includes, but is not limited to, configuration settings, and workflow/report design and support.

. Gathers information concerning the capabilities of company products;

. Investigates the technical capabilities of company products and competing equipment;

. Stays abreast of developments in hardware and software;

. Analyzes customer problems; assists in designing systems to satisfy customer needs.

. Prepares equipment analysis to instruct sales force and customers in equipment capabilities.

. May prepare and present sales proposals.

Skill/Experience/Education (MANDATORY):

. PLM Experience: (4-5 years required)

. Application Administration (Server Side): (4-5 years required)

. CompTIA Security+ certification (required)


. Teamcenter (Engineering or Unified)

. PLM data modeling experience

. Experience working with a Linux interface

. Experience writing custom handlers or extension rules

. Customer service experience working directly with users to answer questions and troubleshoot issues

Applicant Questions:

1) How many years of PLM Administration do you have?

2) What PLM software have you worked with?

Posted by StartWire

Lexington, Kentucky, United States of America
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6/19/2017 5:56:29 AM

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