TS, the leading global provider of multi-asset trading systems to the buy-side, sell-side and trading platforms, has provided connectivity and execution management services to the global financial markets for nearly two decades. From our multi-asset class electronic trading platforms to our market data to our global financial cloud infrastructure, we are the industry’s most comprehensive and compliant technology suite available to the investment management community.
A job is never just a job, and we recognize that at TS. At TS we are passionate about employee engagement and make it our business to provide our employees a range of challenging and rewarding opportunities that align with business strategy and promote team work and inspire innovation.
We have successfully built a company culture based on our single most important asset – our employees. Our passion for continuous growth and innovative approach have allowed us to become the company we are today. We believe our employees should have the opportunity to grow and be part of a company that is making a lasting contribution to the financial markets.
We challenge our employees every day to think creatively and innovate across silos and across platforms.
An exciting and challenging position with exposure to a broad spectrum of technology and a focus on engineering solutions to improve TradingScreen infrastructure and services in line with strategic goals.
The Infrastructure group is responsible for managing and engineering the company’s global solutions for networks, firewalls, servers and storage. The ideal candidate will have experience with the UNIX operating system, TCP/IP protocols and exposure to configuration management tools and cloud services.
Excellent communication skills are required since the group interfaces with clients and all levels of the business up to and including the CEO. Additionally the role requires excellent troubleshooting skills, the ability to work under pressure and the ability to innovate whilst being sympathetic to change management process that governs the management of production resources.
Since the group is global and provides services using a “follow the sun” model, the successful candidate must be an excellent team player able to both pass on and assume responsibility for tasks that require follow up activity across time zones. When suitably trained, it is expected that the successful candidate would participate in the weekend work rotation.
System and Configuration Management