Operations Engineer


The Operations Engineer is responsible for ensuring the successful operation of enterprise-wide architectures and applications to provide maximum performance and availability.

This individual is responsible for developing and deploying standard devices, servers and storage architectures based on best practice design, configurations, and security policies.

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  • Understanding of application, database, server, and operating system layers in an enterprise environment
  • Basic understanding of network topology and monitoring
  • Experience monitoring and adjusting file system and database capacity
  • Clear and articulate communication skills at all levels of the organization
  • Solid verbal, written and presentation skills
  • Extremely strong client service orientation
  • Strategic and critical thinking
  • Analytical and problem-solving skills
  • Be available for on-call rotations

Required and/or Preferred Education:

  • HS Diploma required
  • Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science or related field preferred

Preferred industry-related certifications:

  • CompTIA A+, Network+, Server+, or Security+ preferred


  • The Operations Engineer must be able to configure, install, and maintain infrastructures (desktop, server, network, storage) and applications at all client locations. Proactively monitor and resolve cyber security, quality, and technical issues to ensure security and outstanding customer service to the business Incident and Major Incident Management. Configure, install, and maintain infrastructures (desktop, server, network, storage) and applications at all client locations:
  • Maintain, enforce, and support architectures and applications that align with business and IT strategies
  • Configure, install and maintain standard desktop images, physical and virtual servers and storage arrays
  • Partner with other IT teams to create and execute other infrastructures related to IT strategic initiatives

Analyze, plan, and document changes to improve performance and accommodate growth:

  • Analyze server and storage performance across the infrastructure, detecting operational problems and recommending improvements to ensure optimal performance
  • Ensure and support proactive monitoring of the network, server, storage, Active Directory, Exchange, and database environments
  • Ensure all aspects of the desktop, network, server, storage, and database environments are thoroughly documented and kept up to date

Proactively monitor and resolve cyber security, quality, and technical issues to ensure security and outstanding customer service to the business:

  • Setup and monitor cyber security tools, and respond to alerts to ensure cyber resiliency
  • Implement desktop, server, and storage backup and recovery plans to maintain reliability
  • Monitor trends in documented incidents and determine appropriate actions necessary to eliminate future occurrences and improve customer service levels in an appropriate time frame
  • Respond with an appropriate sense of urgency to problems and escalate appropriately
  • Transfer knowledge and mentor other members of the team
  • Supervise escalation events to ensure responsiveness to problem-solving
  • Train and assist Tier 1 (NOC) resources to resolve tickets at Tier 1
  • Resolve Tier 2/Tier 3 tickets within the ticketing system.

Incident and Major Incident Management:

  • Monitor and process individual and team tickets
  • In the event of a major incident, Operations Engineers fill the role of Incident Commander (IC).
  • The IC’s primary focus is following the Major Incident Process to organize a rapid response to quickly mitigate the issue and get back to a service available state.


  • 401K Plan – Eligible to enroll on the first available enrollment date after six months of employment 
  • Benefits Cafeteria Plan  
  •  Flexible PTO plan (plan guidelines pending final approval)  
  •  Eight company paid holidays  
  •  Insurance (the active first month following hire date): 
    • Medical – Arkansas Blue Cross Blue Shield PPO or HSA option (includes $100/month HSA seed money from Edafio) 
    • Dental – Delta Dental  
    • Vision – Delta Dental  
    • Flexible Spending Accounts (Health and Dependent Care)  
    • Life – Lincoln Financial (1.5 times salary)  
    • Short/Long Term Disability – Lincoln Financial  
    • Parental Leave Policy  
      • Maternity, Paternity, and Adoption option  
      • Six weeks at 100% pay available to covered Associate  
  • Mentorship Program 
  • Associate Focus Plan 
  • Hybrid workplace 
  •  Professional Development and Certification courses 
  • Two annual company events  
  •  Team-inclusive events such as cycling group, game night, and other events
  •  Office snacks  
  • WestRock Coffee is brewed daily