U.S. Bank Senior Performance Engineer - Irving, TX in IRVING, Texas
The Senior Performance Engineer is responsible for defining performance strategy, analyzing performance results, tuning the applications and systems key KPIs and enhance the performance of Consumer Banking Channel technologies and end-to-end technical solutions.
• Responsible for troubleshooting and resolution of performance problems.
Work with application development, network, database, and infrastructure specialists to identify and implement performance improvements. Take the lead on assisting develop teams in planning on-going performance support and trouble shooting
• Collaborate with developers to promote performance engineering best practices to catch performance earlier in the SDLC life cycle
• Responsible for analysis of performance results and measurements and the reporting of those results back to project teams, development teams, management, and business stakeholders
• Provides the foundation and oversight for translating performance requirements into effective technical requirements. Guides team in the design of technical solutions that meet these requirements
• Understand the requirements for performance of all applications in scope and makes recommendations for infrastructure capacity planning
Tune application and systems for performance and scalability improvements
• Improve resiliency of applications/systems by emulating latency and extreme conditions in performance environments
• Analyze code and suggest best practices from performance standpoint
• Profile applications for performance improvements
• Performance deep dive of JVM/CLR analysis to examine garbage collection, thread and heap dumps etc.
• Implement automation for regular tasks to improve the efficiency
• Provide technical expertise to improve the performance and reliability of applications/systems
• Conduct analysis of application needs and recommend tools to increase the productivity as necessary
• Participate in architecture design and assess the design performance standpoint
• Ensures that performance strategies are formulated, approved, and followed.
• Able to serve as subject matter expert for performance testing and performance test tools.
Successful applicants will exemplify US Bank's ethical principles of uncompromising integrity, respect for others, accountability for decisions and actions, and good citizenship.
Bachelor's degree, or equivalent work experience
Three to five years of relevant experience
-5 years of in Performance Engineering
-2 years’ experience in development using Java/.Net
-7 years of experience across multiple technology disciplines
Extensive experience in/with:
Languages: C, C# and Java
Database: MS SQL, Oracle, MongoDB
Experience with diagnostics tools to identify root cause like jProfiler.
Automated testing tools such as LoadRunner, jMeter
Performance monitoring tools such as App Dynamics
Experience with Splunk and ELK logging tools
Good knowledge with Cloud technologies
Experience with performance engineering of Kubernetes applications
Good understanding of infrastructure sizing and analysis
Exceptional technical expertise in architectural design, development and implementation with specialization in multiple technology disciplines, platforms and applications
Extensive knowledge in system integration and business process modeling
Superior understanding of the enterprise architectural blueprint requirements and the impact on business functions
Ability to work both independently and collaboration with team
Strong technical, logical, analytical and problem-solving skills
Excellent planning and organizational skills
Excellent verbal and written communication skills
Job: Information Technology
Primary Location: Texas-TX-Irving
Shift: 1st - Daytime
Average Hours Per Week: 40
Requisition ID: 200014140
Other Locations: United States
U.S. Bank is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to creating a diverse workforce.
U.S. Bank is an equal opportunity employer committed to creating a diverse workforce. We consider all qualified applicants without regard to race, religion, color, sex, national origin, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability or veteran status, among other factors.