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System Engineer (80-100%)



Zürich, Switzerland
Posted on Saturday, May 20, 2023

We drive the transformation of the financial markets. That’s why we invest in bright minds, in their ideas, knowledge and development. We do that by combining our best sides.

If you would like to find out why stability makes us so agile, why experience makes us so curious and why empathy makes us so impactful, apply now for the position of

System Engineer (80-100%)

Zurich | working from home up to 60% | Reference 5197

Are you passionate about finance and Linux? Do you want to work in an agile, self-organized environment where collaboration, trust, and innovation are paramount? We are looking for a System Engineer (80-100%) to join our team. You will work in a diverse environment in close cooperation with various business units, and both internal and external clients. This role is based in Zürich.

What You Will Do

  • design and engineer the internal IT landscape with special focus on RHEL
  • act as third level support in the Linux team
  • work closely together with internal customers to ensure proper operations and further development
  • assist in various planning activities related to DR, Security updates
  • working as part of an international team located in Zürich, Madrid and Paris

What You Bring

  • strong experience in Linux as well as in using tools such as RHEL, Ansible Automation Platform, Satellite Server
  • independent and proactive working method with a high-quality standard
  • experience working in Financial sector would be a plus
  • readiness to sometimes work outside the normal working hours
  • very good verbal and written English (and some German, Spanish or French as an advantage)

If you have any questions, please call Maria Teresa Buchanan at +41 58 399 8083.

For this vacancy we only accept direct applications in English.

Diversity is important to us. Therefore, we are looking to receiving applications regardless of any personal background.

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