The Windows Software Packager is responsible for packaging off-the-shelf applications and virtualized applications for enterprise deployment through Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM). the Windows Software Packager will work closely with the Desktop Engineering, Client Software and the Desktop Deployment team members to ensure applications are being deployed properly to end users.
RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES
Specific Responsibilities include but are not limited to:
: Work with deployment specialists to identify new applications that should be packaged and to troubleshoot existing software packages.
: Work with customers to determine the desired application configuration.
: Analyze vendor supplied installation packages and determine the options for customizing the application and the installation experience.
: Quickly learn how to package applications using vendor supplied customization kits, when appropriate.
: Develop and follow procedures for testing applications prior to deployment.
: Document the customizations and decisions made during the packaging process
: At least 3 years of direct software packaging and/or software deployment experience.
: Working knowledge of mainstream scripting languages such as VBScript, PowerShell, batch files, etc.
: Working knowledge of Microsoft?s Windows Installer (MSI).
: Working knowledge of Microsoft App-V.
: Working knowledge of packaging tools such as Wise Package Studio or Flexera AdminStudio.
: Working knowledge of application deployment via SCCM 2007/2012.
: Some experience with bash scripting as it pertains to application deployment for Mac OS X.
: Some experience with JAMF's Casper suite of software.
: Some experience with Citrix XenApp.
WORKING LOCATIONS & ADDITIONAL INFO
: Location: Lexington, Ma
: Travel: Non-Anticipated
All qualified candidates will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability or status as a Vietnam era or special disabled veteran.
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Rec-Form4 Rev3 15 September 2011