IT Service Owner

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  1. Contract
  2. English, German
  3. Mid-Senior level
  4. Digital & Technology
  5. Zurich
  6. Financial Services
  7. IT Service Owner, Application Manager, Run the bank, Change the bank, Service Management, ITIL, Deployment, UNIX, SQL, Java
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IT Service Owner

On behalf of our client, a private Swiss bank, Swisslinx are looking for an experience IT Service Owner to be responsible for the delivery of the IT service within the defined SLA including understanding and service dependencies.

This role will involve:
-Consulting for the setup and fine-tuning of the solution
-Managing daily application management tasks such as incident analysis and resolution
-Act as the first point of contact for all service lifecycle related questions for run the bank AND change the bank
-Coordination of deployments into UAT and production environments
-Monitoring of availability of services and integration with surrounding systems
-Lifecycle management and IT Service road mapping
-Maintaining IT documentation

The successful candidate will bring:
-Extensive experience in an Application Management context including lifecycle, maintenance, and operations in an enterprise environment
-Deep process knowledge in change the bank (IT governance, deployment, change management) AND run the bank (service management, operations, ITIL)
-Strong technical affinity – a springboot/java background or understanding will be highly beneficial
-Previous experience and an understanding of UNIX, Oracle, SQL
-Existing knowledge and affinity for continuous integration processes including toolsets such as Jenkins, Maven, Docker, or Kubernetes
-Strong stakeholder management and extensive service coordination experience
-A highly structured approach and ability to analyze complex and poorly defined problems
-German language skills will be a distinct benefit

If you are an IT Service Owner and are looking for your next role, please apply below! We look forward to receiving your application!

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