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Job Title: AutoSys and Application Support

Company: Investment bank and financial services provider

Corporate Title: Permanant Salary Range: Generous Package
Location: Singapore Date Open: Sept 2018

Responsibilities / Duties:

  • We are looking for motivated IT professional to be part of our services & support team to support critical applications during major incidents and events.
  • AutoSys Support includes:
  • Responsible for maintaining infrastructure to make sure application is up 99% of time
  • New application on-boarding (involves initial requirement gathering, AutoSys training, batch designing consultation)
  • Plan and drive the migration of legacy systems (non-Autosys based) to Autosys platform
  • Access Provisioning, Machine & Account registration
  • Incidents / troubleshoot calls
  • Server OS Patching (only on weekends)
  • Project works (upgrading system, implementing tools etc ) 
  • Other BAU Tasks

  • Technology Degree / Diploma or equivalent work experience.
  • Strong technical and coordination skills, self-motivated, highly organized and able to multi-task in a fast paced, dynamic environment. 
  • Self-starter and willing to offer ideas for continuous improvement.
  •  Strong communication skills, both verbal and written, are essential in order to interact with support groups & clients. 
  • Experience and a sound understanding of infrastructure environments including an excellent understanding of IT concepts and Vendor interaction. 
  • Good Understanding of Enterprise Application flow
  • Strong Incident & Change management skills (ITIL v3 preferred)
  • In-depth knowledge of AutoSys (AE / EEM / WCC Configuration and fine-tuning skills)
  • Knowledge of iDASH, iXP or similar tools is highly desirable
  • Basic Scripting knowledge (Batch/Shell/Perl)
  • Working knowledge of DevOps would be an advantage
  • Moderate skillsets in various technologies but not limited to - Websphere (WAS) , Windows (IIS), UNIX/LINUX (AIX), JBoss, Apache, Tomcat, database, and general networking fundamentals