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There have been 6 remote jobs at Browsium tagged Senior, Engineer and Web dev
such as Senior Field Engineer, Senior Field Engineer and Senior Field Engineer

There have been 6 remote jobs at Browsium tagged Senior, Engineer and Web dev
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Browsium


Software Engineer

closed

Software Engineer


Browsium


engineer

 

dev

 

digital nomad

 

engineer

 

dev

 
This job post is closed and the position is probably filled. Please do not apply.
\nNo more commuting.  That’s right!  No more commuting, and you still get to see and talk to your team every single day.  We use Google Hangouts video conferencing, Slack, Assembla, and a whole host of other internet tools and have built a seriously strong software engineering team with members located all over the place.  Location doesn’t matter as long as you’re in the US - we are not considering international applications at this time.\n\nIf you are a solid, creative programmer with a strong commitment to engineering excellence, a passion for software elegance, and a drive to solve real world problems and delight a large and worldwide customer base, we want to talk to you!\n\nWe are Browsium - a company empowering Fortune 500 enterprise companies to bridge the chasm between their web application and browser technology investments to the modern world.  We are a dynamic, fast-paced, distributed development team that is responsible for delivering all of Browsium's products worldwide.  We build products like Browsium Proton - a cutting edge web-based discovery and data analytics tool for enterprise, Browsium Ion - a product that allows remediation of legacy web applications for enterprise customers who are upgrading to future versions of Windows and Internet Explorer and Browsium Catalyst - a multi-browser management utility that empowers IT to control which browser opens each site on every PC. \n\nIn addition to independent design and implementation of high quality features within our frequent releases, this job requires a lot of interaction with our customer support and consulting teams, and often with our customers themselves.  You get to solve difficult problems in real-time - helping customers by fixing bugs and implementing features that are critical to their adoption and use of our products.


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Browsium


Web Software Engineer

closed

Web Software Engineer


Browsium


engineer

 

web dev

 

dev

 

digital nomad

 

engineer

 

web dev

 

dev

 
This job post is closed and the position is probably filled. Please do not apply.
\nIf you like puzzles, this position is for you. Our customers are among the largest companies in the world, and each has a unique infrastructure and web application base. They share a common challenge in that they all need tools to enable desktop management in the modern web application environment.\n\nAs a Senior Field Engineer, you will be part of the team responsible for ensuring our customers successfully implement solutions based on Browsium products.  You will be responsible for assessing customer needs, defining the scope of work, and delivering the services. You will work remotely to evaluate and diagnose the environment, providing a basic expected scope of work. From there you will work with the customer either remotely or on-site and implement Browsium solutions. Additionally, you will be called on to assist global partners in supporting their customers and serve as a resource for those needing an extra level of our specialty expertise.\n\nA core part of this role is problem solving – understanding the puzzle. Our customer scenarios are complex, rarely documented, and often utilize legacy technology that is many generations old. Our products provide a rich set of tools for solving their problems, but need an expert to break down the problem, isolate the issues, and create the final solution.


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# How do you apply?\n\n This job post is older than 30 days and the position is probably filled. Try applying to jobs posted recently instead.

Browsium


Senior Field Engineer

closed

Senior Field Engineer


Browsium


senior

 

engineer

 

senior

 

engineer

 
This job post is closed and the position is probably filled. Please do not apply.
\nIf you like puzzles, this position is for you. Our customers are among the largest companies in the world, and each has a unique infrastructure and web application base. They share a common challenge in that they all need tools to enable desktop management in the modern web application environment.\n\nAs a Senior Field Engineer, you will be part of the team responsible for ensuring our customers successfully implement solutions based on Browsium products.  You will be responsible for assessing customer needs, defining the scope of work, and delivering the services. You will work remotely to evaluate and diagnose the environment, providing a basic expected scope of work. From there you will work with the customer either remotely or onsite to implement Browsium solutions. Additionally, you will be called on to assist global partners in supporting their customers and serve as a resource for those needing an extra level of our specialty expertise.\n\nA core part of this role is problem solving – understanding the puzzle. Our customer scenarios are complex, rarely documented, and often utilize legacy technology that is many generations old. Our products provide a rich set of tools for solving their problems, but need an expert to break down the problem, isolate the issues, and create the final solution.


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# How do you apply?\n\n This job post is older than 30 days and the position is probably filled. Try applying to jobs posted recently instead.
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