Bottomline is at the forefront of digital transformation.  We are a growing global market leader uniquely equipped to address the changing needs of how businesses pay and get paid.  Our culture of working with and for each other enables us to delight our customers.  We empower our teams to think like owners driving customer delight, helping them grow their business and win in their markets.

We are looking for a Platform Engineer to help design, implement, configure and maintain a variety of SaaS solutions on a brand-new, innovative platform (BottomlineIQ.)  Our team is still in the early stages of maturity, and we are looking for someone to be a key part of its success and growth!

This position can be based out of an open location within the US, East Coast highly preferred

How you’ll contribute:

  • Work as a key member of an Agile team focused on platform development
  • Design, implement, configure and maintain solutions with architecture ranging from traditional three-tier approaches to containerized microservice applications in Kubernetes
  • Work closely with product owners and managers, other developers and architects

What will make you successful:

  • 3+ years of Java (8,11 and 14)
  • Experience with Java application servers (i.e. Spring Boot, Spring MVC, Tomcat, etc.)
  • Other programming/scripting languages (i.e. Python, Groovy, Bash, etc.)
  • Database integration experience; Liquibase or other database integration tools are ideal
  • Experience with Postgres, ElasticSearch and JPA are preferred
  • Comfortable on a Linux command line
  • Containerization skills using Docker and Kubernetes, including creating and maintaining images and Helm charts
  • Experience working in an Agile development culture (Dev, QA and DevOps)
  • CI/CD tools (i.e. GitLab, Argo/Flux, Helm and/or Puppet, Jenkins, Git/BitBucket, Nexus and Pulp)
  • Application logging, tracing and monitoring using tools such as ELK, APM, Prometheus and Grafana, preferred
  • Degree in Computer Science, a related field, or equivalent work experience

 

You’ll love Bottomline because in everything we do we seek to delight our customers and we are passionate about building a company of which we can all be proud, and this starts with building amazing teams filled with team members that challenge you every day.

 

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