Release Engineer

Location US-MA-Cambridge


As a Release Engineer, you will contribute to the successful development and timely deployment of products by building processes and procedures to package together all elements of the product including compiled application software, configuration data, sample code and data, and documentation. Processes and procedures will be scripted and may be automated to bring elements together from disparate sources such as source control systems, file servers, and other repositories. The released product will be packaged in such a way as to ensure consistent and reliable installation and upgrade, and to provide reliable and predictable mechanisms for moving system elements between systems.


  • Design, maintain, and run scripts and tools to build various versions of our products on a wide range of operating systems
  • Participate in a variety of team projects including:
    • Maintain and improve installation scripts for UNIX, VMS, Windows
    • Managing machine environments and policies
    • Maintaining and enhancing internal applications


  • 2-3 years of proven technical skills
  • Programming experience
  • Strong knowledge of Unix, Windows
  • Experience using Perl, Shell scripting languages
  • High level of problem solving skills
  • Web-based application development skills
  • VMS experience
  • Experience managing source control systems (Perforce, Clearcase, etc.)

Education and Training

BS or MS (preferred) in CS or equivalent (Physics, Mathematics, Science)

About InterSystems

InterSystems is the information engine that powers some of the world’s most important applications. In healthcare, finance, government, and other sectors where lives and livelihoods are at stake, InterSystems has been a strategic technology provider since 1978. InterSystems is a privately held company headquartered in Cambridge, Massachusetts (USA), with offices worldwide, and its software products are used daily by millions of people in more than 100 countries.

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