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Portugal, PortoPortugal, Porto

Natixis in Portugal

Date de publication 24.03.2024

System Administrator (French Speaker)

Company Description

Job Description

Founded in 2015, BPCE Infogérance & Technologies is a subsidiary of Groupe BPCE, dedicated to Infrastructures, End-User Environment, Security and Production. Driven by growth, expertise, transformation and agility, this project embraces an international mindset and a diverse skill set. You'll find yourself in a dynamic and enriching workplace or, as we like to name it, a real tech playground, where you'll be able to explore a huge tech stack.

We are looking for a System Administrator to work within our business end user environment.
As a part of one of these teams, you will work closely with our development teams, will be expected to develop technical and functional knowledge and handle support for systems and applications, to be pro-active towards incident management and about identifying effective solutions to recurrent incidents, to continuously improve and automate procedures, to keep documentation up to date and to keep up with the dev team with regular follow-ups.

Missions:
  • Develop and establish common practices & standards for increasing the resilience of services
  • Scale systems sustainably through mechanisms like automation and evolve systems by pushing for changes that improve reliability and velocity
  • Evaluate and recommend new technology to improve the existing ecosystem
  • Manage different stakeholders across different and complex distributed systems
  • Monitor applications and infrastructure in an effective way, compliant with the established SLA for all business lines, with reliability and scalability in mind
  • Work on development and operations activities, under a DevOps practice, build and promote CI/CD approach on systems and applications
  • Effectively manage and solve production incidents or requests
  • Set up and manage indicators of proper operation of the application
  • Establish traceability on the availability of the application
  • Implement solutions to check the availability of the application to the user
  • Ensure the relationship with the publisher of the application and with the remote monitors of the establishments
  • Manage app version upgrades with the publisher
  • Participate in change management (applications and infrastructure), which involves collaborating with different teams
  • Keep documentation up to date: document the components and operations of the applications (architecture, procedures, supervision need, workflows)
  • Work with the development teams on defining the architecture of new applications, according to the infrastructure standards
  • Work closely with developers to assist them in adopting and improving their use of existing tools and practices such as alerting, obsolescence, vulnerabilities
  • Engage with other platform teams at BPCE to evaluate tooling, iterate on our incident response process, and hold effective post-mortems
  • Design, code, and operate tools and systems to reduce the amount of time and effort needed by our engineers to scale our products.
  • Participate in an on-call rotation alongside the engineers who build our products.


Qualifications

Main Technical Requirements:
  • Minimum of 3 years of experience in a similar role
  • Experience in a Software, Infrastructure, Systems, and/or Site Reliability Engineering role
  • Good knowledge on both Linux and Windows environments
  • Good knowledge of scripting languages (Shell, Python and/or PowerShell)
  • Experience with Web Servers (Tomcat, Apache, NGINX, IIS and/or others)
  • Experience with databases (MS SQL Server, MySQL, Postgres, Oracle and/or others)
  • Experience with monitoring tools (ideally Zabbix) and knowledge with dashboarding tools (ideally Grafana)
  • Experience with events/data exploration tools (Splunk)
  • Knowledge of LDAP, Firewall, Reverse proxy, Active Directory and Kerberos
  • Good networking knowledge

Other Requirements:
  • Good level of French - minimum C1 (mandatory)
  • Good level of English - minimum B2
  • On call duty required
  • DevOps mindset
  • Knowledge of infrastructure orchestration (ex: Terraform) and others devops tools
  • Ability to keep up with a demanding and fast-paced environment
  • Willingness to learn and evolve
  • Good communication skills
  • Ability to work in a team


Additional Information

At Natixis, we are committed to fostering a working environment where each and every one of our people is treated with dignity and respect and where every voice is heard. Our differences make us collectively stronger and are a source of fulfilment, innovation and performance.

In the framework of its Diversity, Equity & Inclusion policy, Natixis in Portugal has implemented a Blind CV Screening process, with the purpose of reducing hiring bias. A blind CV excludes any personal details which refer to the applicant's gender, age or ethnicity. When applying for our positions, please submit a blind CV, that is, with no picture, name, gender, age, nationality, ethnicity and address. Your personal statement, work experience, courses and certifications, education, skills and contact information is what matters to us.

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Early morning. Campo 24 de Agosto. In 4 minutes, you are clocking in at the office. Start your day having breakfast with the Team and grab fresh fruit on the way to your seat, in one of Porto's most typical neighborhoods. This Purple Day is going to be a busy one: daily meeting ensuring all team members are on the same page regarding work status, priorities and blockers, language class and, just after, a Talent Management meeting with your manager, discussing your career path.

Lunch break. Today, your Team is onboarding newcomers, but also welcoming French colleagues: the perfect excuse to walk downtown and bond over a francesinha. When returning, inhale nature and peace of mind in Natixis Urban Garden (look at the crops; ready to harvest!).

Back inside. Brainstorming session on a new, exciting project in our disruptive and immersive Manaus Village. The afternoon went flying (tasks, meetings, some jokes with your teammates). End it on a high note: celebrating cultural diversity with a Diwali, the Indian festival of lights.

Tomorrow, you attend a conference led by influential speakers in your industry and, the day after, you will work from home, benefitting from some focus time to complete that report and soft skills course on LinkedIn Learning. Once you are done with your work for the day, strike the right note playing with Natixis band or be part of a board games session. If that is too steady for you, meet your colleagues to catch some waves or sail the Douro river during golden hour.

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