Our client is in search of a new Technology Solutions Engineer for their document solutions teamThis engineer will provide system administration, configuration, maintenance, and improvement on various software programs. You’ll work closely with other stakeholders and teams to support employees who directly serve customers. You will ensure all document generation and management systems are working in a manner that satisfies the needs of the user. As a technology leader, you’ll also build and develop relationships throughout the company, as well as with vendors and external users. You’ll provide training, implement document frameworks and shared libraries, and lead complex projects that could positively impact thousands of Oregonians.  We value diversity in the workplace and encourage women, minorities, and veterans to apply.

Type: Perm

Location: Oregon candidates-remote or hybrid

Job Description:

It takes a skilled and experienced engineer to ensure systems, programs, and software work the way that they should.


  • Lead complex projects utilizing project management best practices. Determine resource requirements, support the selection of project participants, identify barriers, establish objectives, prepare action plans, and target areas for implementation. Conduct follow up reviews to evaluate success.   
  • Evaluate, recommend, and implement enterprise technology solutions to meet current and future business needs. Define requirements and architect technical implementations to meet those needs appropriately. 
  • Perform technical troubleshooting, resolving issues in a timely manner and communicating status to colleagues, customers, and vendors. Track and report on problem status in a timely manner to stakeholders. 
  • Manage transition and engage other technical teams to facilitate assumption of long-term support, maintenance, and development of implemented enterprise solutions. Support technology solution transition by providing training and documentation to other technical staff and business partners as necessary. 
  • Monitor resource utilization, tune system and applications to optimal performance, and prepare application environments as necessary for implementation and hand-off to solution owners.
  • Create, implement, and document frameworks, shared libraries, and other foundational components that support the technical architecture. 
  • Explore diverse perspectives and consistently behave sensitively toward differences in cultural norms, expectations, and ways of communicating. Work effectively with others who have different perspectives, backgrounds, and/or work styles.
  • Continually sustain the Inclusive Leadership Competencies (ILC) through the Explorer level on an annual basis.

Recommended qualifications:

  • Experience: Five or more years of information systems experience in multiple disciplines demonstrating the ability to design and implement new system infrastructures and applications is preferred.
  • Education: A bachelor’s degree in computer science, engineering, or a related field is preferred