Application Support Engineer - Finance

Posted 9 April by Client Server Ltd. Easy Apply Featured
Application Support Engineer (Linux UNIX Python TCP IP UDP C++ Infrastructure). Looking to work on a large and complex infrastructure? Each day you could be solving new and exciting challenges allowing you to utilise your skills and develop new ones.

Global FinTech firm is seeking a skilled Application Support Engineer to join their hugely successful company. You will be responsible for supporting more than ten thousand client facing applications, with a focus on latency, scalability and performance.

As an Application Support Engineer you will support the company's production operations by fixing problems, testing and developing tools used for investigation, reviewing standards of software and seeking out ways of improving efficiency in the future. You will own the production environment and be readily available to work alongside other engineers to help tackle load and capacity issues as well as developing code to fix them.

With fantastic offices based in central London you will work alongside a supportive, collaborative team of talented individuals. You will gain exposure to the financial market and have plenty of opportunities for career progression.

Responsibilities:
*Understanding and experience of large-scale production systems
*Excellent troubleshooting skills
*Understanding of UNIX LINUX TCP/IP UDP
*Hands on experience in Python
*Desirable: C++, Chef, Puppet, Ansible, Saltstack, Splunk, Perl, Cloud

As an Application Support Engineer you can expect to earn a competitive salary (up to £100k) plus bonus and benefits.

Send your CV in today or call to discuss this Application Support Engineer role.

Required skills

  • linux
  • finance
  • unix
  • support
  • engineer
  • application

Reference: 34860723

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