Cloud Hosting Engineer - Apac, Melbourne

Published 2022-01-25
Expires 2022-02-25
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Cloud Hosting Engineer - Apac, Melbourne
Australia, Melbourne, Melbourne,
Published January 25, 2022

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: Cloud hosting engineer - apac

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It is a very exciting time for the digital learning industry. Businesses are transforming the way they train and develop their employees and wider stakeholder network. This is your opportunity to join the industry and imc as we continue our growth journey. We are looking for an enthusiastic Cloud Hosting Engineer, to join our team in Melbourne, which is operating the cloud-based, award-winning software platforms of imc - AG. Your Tasks You will take care of setting up customer systems in the cloud and support our customer consultants in the introduction of our learning management system You will install and administer server components for the operation of web applications in the cloud You will internally network the technical and IT departments of our renowned customers You will ensure the trouble-free operation and continuous availability of applications, (web) server systems and databases Automating the creation of environments Monitoring the customer infrastructure and creating backup scenarios Process and performance optimisation (e.g., by developing software tools to ensure global cloud operations) Your strengths Vocational training as an IT specialist or IT system administrator or comparable training or studies Ideally approximately 3 years of professional experience in the IT environment First professional experience in the support of hosting infrastructures (Windows Server and/or Linux systems) First practical experience in the administration of web applications and their components (Tomcat, Apache, database servers) Knowledge in automation (batch jobs, scripting) is an advantage German language is also a huge advantage WHAT YOU WILL EXPECT AT IMC Working Remotely For those who prefer to work at home or who face a long commute, it is possible to work from home by prior agreement with your Line Manager Flexible Working Hours As long as your schedule and position allow it, you can work flexible hours Good traffic connection With public transport you can reach all our offices easily and conveniently Employee Events Not only do we enjoy working together, but we also like to socialise and celebrate together. In addition, joint activities strengthen the team spirit DIVERSITY & INCLUSION Your skills and expertise are our focus, no matter who you are or where you come from. We value diversity, and promote inclusion, and are proud of our diverse teams, so join us and bring your perspective to imc. ANY QUESTIONS? Do you want to know more about the job or do you have any further questions? You can get answers of a functional nature from Roman Muth. Furthermore, Claire Raistrick from HR will be happy to help. Roman Muth Head of ECMT Hosting & Reporting Claire Raistrick Senior Human Resources Manager OUR APPLICATION PROCESS Your application - Let's start. We'll have a first phone call to see if we are a match. In a face-to-face interview we get to know each other. Your offer - we are happy to have you on board. A LITTLE MORE ABOUT YOUR TEAM From the establishment of a uniform and modern IT landscape to secure administration of client data in the cloud: With its diverse responsibilities, the IT Infrastructure division sets the foundation for our daily work. Are you solution-focused, pragmatic and outgoing? If so, you have come to the right place. You are always able to keep cool, great at networking and stay up to date with international developments. Your interest in new technologies is a given. GET TO KNOW YOUR COLLEAGUES Sim loves Indian food and travelled from India to Australia to work at imc as a software developer. Only notorious naggers work in quality assurance? No way! In the job-slot interview, QA specialist Ioana explains what icebergs have to do with her daily work. In this interview, Lia talks about her work as a product manager and what she has in common with orchestra conductors. GET AN IDEA OF WHAT MAKES US SPECIAL NOT THE RIGHT POSITION FOR YOU?

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