Release Engineer for gaming and technology services company. Requires a Bachelor's degree in Computer Science, Information Systems or related field and 3 years' experience monitoring, building and deploying software release packages in Service Oriented Architecture using Perl, Python, and Linux shell scripting for automation including designing, documenting and coding build and release processes for configuration and delivery of source code using Jenkins automation server, Maven artifact management and Perforce control system; developing and maintaining deployment tools that automate processes for software product releases; coordinating related server-side, database and patch releases; designing and maintaining release branches; and troubleshooting release engineering problems. The position is located in San Francisco, CA with 10% travel. Send resume to IGT, Attn: Kevin McCoy, 9295 Prototype Dr., Reno, NV 89521. Please indicate RESF in response.
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