We are looking for a VMware Engineer to join our multi-tenant, industry-leading, hosting team managing an environment of over 6000 hosts and over 65,000 virtual machines. You’ll apply your technical prowess and problem-solving skills to develop and maintain a robust, reliable, high-performance foundation for some of the largest healthcare organizations in the country to access our world-class software. Our multi-tenant, ever-growing environment scales through our code-first, DevOps focused culture. Spend more time automating and orchestrating and less time performing point-and-click tasks.
As part of Epic's hosting team, you'll enjoy opportunities to keep abreast of the latest technologies. You'll collaborate with infrastructure teams from traditional networking to storage administration to influence the design of our high-performance systems that ultimately allow healthcare providers to better do what they do best - take great care of patients. Shifted hours available. Learn more about the team at https://careers.epic.com/Jobs/Hosting.
As an Epic employee, you'll get to experience our state-of-the-art campus, eat delicious food, and improve healthcare for the world. We don't believe in cubicles here at Epic but instead believe that your best work is done in a spot that works for you. Whether it be working in your office, a conference room, or in our hosting facility, there are plenty of places to do important work that is helping healthcare organizations improve care for patients. Our award-winning culinary team will keep you well fed with meals prepared by top culinary talent and our sabbatical program will ensure you are able to travel to global destinations you've always wanted to visit.
- Exposure to VMware vSphere
- Experience or interest in scripting and automation with tools such as vSphere PowerCLI, GoLang, or Python
- Strong individual and collaborative troubleshooting skills
- Relocation to the Madison, WI area (reimbursed)
- Eligibility to work in the US without visa sponsorship
- COVID-19 vaccination
- Following policies and procedures and escalating when policies or procedures are not followed
- Escalating potential security incidents and providing relevant information
- Meeting all security responsibilities defined in policies and procedures