Abu Dhabi Commercial Bank (ADCB)
Responsible for delivering high performance and availability of the servers. This includes the administration and configuration as required.
•Responsible for the maintenance of hardware on Intel Processor Based Servers including blades
•Responsible for the configuration of Intel Virtual infrastructure
•Support on Middleware such as Websphere, MQ, Oracle Apps, JBOSS & Web Servers (IIS, Oracle HTTP, IBM HTTP)
•Responsible for the administration of Monitoring systems
•Manage patching and administration of Windows Servers and ensuring patching of desktops
•Monitors system activity as required by management from time to time.
•Responsible for liaising with the vendor to arrange replacement or faulty equipment as required
•Support the server management team lead
•Ensure delivery of service levels to the bank
•Monitors developments in database technology to be able to make suggestions for improvements
•Undertake similar or related tasks or duties as directed by senior management.
•At least 3-4 years in system operations for a large banking or corporate organisation.
•Working knowledge and experience of banking operations: servers systems and related problems
•Knowledge of Windows Server Systems
•Ability to prioritise and handle multiple tasks
•Written and verbal communication skills in English
•Experience in incident management and resolution Experience in managing software
releases and configuration management
•Excellent interpersonal skills .
Minimum Education Level
University Degree in Computer Studies or the equivalent.
Relevant certifications from Microsoft, VMWare, IBM, Citrix, etc.
About the Company
About the Company
ADCB was incorporated on 1 July 1985 as a public joint stock company for an unlimited duration in the Emirate of Abu Dhabi, UAE. ADCB is registered under the UAE Federal Commercial Companies Law No. (8) of 1984 under registration number 4 and operates in the UAE under a banking licence issued by the Central Bank of the UAE.
ADCB provides a range of consumer and corporate banking, Islamic banking, trade finance, structured finance, foreign exchange, derivatives, and financial advisory services, primarily in the United Arab Emirates. In addition, ADCB’s subsidiary Abu Dhabi commercial Islamic Finance PSC holds an Islamic banking license.
As at 31 December 2010, ADCB operated 47 branches, 4 pay offices and 265 ATMs in the UAE; 4 new branches and 99 new ATMs were added during 2010. ADCB also operated 2 branches in India.