Infrastructure Deployment Manager

  • Competitive
  • Singapore Singapore Singapore SG
  • Permanent, Full time
  • Avaloq Asia Pacific Pte Ltd
  • 18 Jun 18 2018-06-18

Infrastructure Deployment Manager

The Avaloq group is an internationally leading fintech company. With its core and digital banking software and its international network of Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) centres, Avaloq brings trustworthy and efficient banking to the world, delivered through great user experience. Headquartered in Switzerland, Avaloq has branches in the most demanding financial centres worldwide and serves around 155 banks and wealth managers and the 270 Swiss cooperative banks. Avaloq's growing ecosystem comprises among others over 2'000 employees from 66 nationalities and more than 500 third-party developers that co-innovate with Avaloq.

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The responsibilities

  • Owns and communicates the ASAP Release Schedule / Calendar
  • Continuously reviews and improves the existing Release Management processes
  • Identifies and manages release/service inter dependencies
  • Understands different development & testing processes
  • Involved in IT management based work such as planning, controlling and implementing projects
  • Has end-to-end accountability for the successful delivery of Releases into the Live environment
  • Delivers complete implementation & back out schedules for releases
  • Ensures testing is completed for release related items
  • Ensures OAT and/or DRs are completed and that issues that may impact the release are fed into the Go/No Go decision
Your profile
  • Must be familiar with Windows Server 2008/2012, MS SQL, MS SCCM, MS SCOM, VMware vSphere VMware, ZENA, AWS
  • Experience with Avaloq and ICE preferred
  • Understanding of Avaloq Banking System concepts
  • Knowledge of Unix and shell script programming (ksh).
  • Knowledge of Oracle database architecture
  • Knowledge of SQL and PL/SQL languages. Knowledge of Avaloq script is a plus.
  • Understanding of external banking interfaces
  • Setting up scheduled jobs in Unix (cron and/or external schedulers such as Tivoli)