Senior Cloud Systems Administrator Jobs in Toronto, ON at Scotiabank
Title: Senior Cloud Systems Administrator
Location: Toronto, ON
Salary: $100K – $150K*
Category: Finance & Insurance
Global Technology Services (GTS) Cloud Operations & DevOps (CODO) provides operational support for our cloud offerings (Google Cloud, Microsoft Azure and Scotiabank’s Private Cloud). GTS is accountable for planning, engineering and 24×7 operations of all global infrastructure supporting Scotiabank. We deliver the full range of IT infrastructure services inclusive of the public and private cloud, traditional data centers and our branch locations. Our services include architecture, engineering and operational support of our networks, systems and databases as well as end-user support for over 90,000 Scotiabank employees. GTS is a team of over 1,800 people located in 15 countries, with our primary locations in Toronto and Mexico City.
Reporting to the Senior Manager – Scotiabank Cloud Operations, you will combine your technical abilities, strategic thinking and detail-oriented execution in a fast-paced, dynamic 24x7x365 environment.
Is this role right for you?
You want to be a part of a team that strives to constantly improve on the reliability of our systems through continuous improvements on how we run infrastructure (e.g., performance management, disaster recovery, monitoring & access management), tools and processes.
You enjoy working with application teams to deliver continuous improvements to applications and support the transformation of our approach to both operations and development (e.g., code testing automation and deployment tools and processes).
You thrive on becoming a trusted advisor to customers via your enthusiastic social engagements and technical depth, while balancing internal resources to meet internal demands.
You excel at developing test cases and confirm software deficiencies; as well as working closely with Cloud Administrators and Engineers on timely workarounds and fixes to the product, verifying fixes and coordinating delivery.
You can be counted on for responsive and proactive communications, at the highest level of customer satisfaction in every interaction; portraying an accurate sense of urgency and professionalism when interacting with customers.
Proactive issue tracking is a part of your DNA; documenting as you go, and able to provide reporting at appropriate intervals and relevant levels to the team and management.
You enjoy learning and propagating that knowledge through written and verbal technical training. That documentation comes in the form of incident notes, technical articles, and contributing to knowledge base and forums with specific areas of expertise.
Do you have the skills that will enable you to succeed in this role?
You have solid communication (verbal/written) skills in English. The same in Spanish is an asset.
You have at least 5+ years of hands-on technical working experience in the following:
Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) v.6/7 system operations & administration
Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) v.6/7 Logical Volume Manager (LVM) & user management
Microsoft Windows 2012/2016 server operations & administration
You have at least 2+ years of hands-on technical working experience with VMware vSphere ESXi & vRealize Automation (VRA) suite of tools.
You can demonstrate at least 6+ months of hands-on technical working experience with Scripting tools, such as:
Perl, PowerShell, VMware PowerCLI, Python/Jython
Windows administrative scripting: VBScript techniques, Active Directory® Ser…
The Bank of Nova Scotia (French: Banque de la Nouvelle-Écosse), operating as Scotiabank (French: Banque Scotia), is a Canadian multinational bank. It is the third largest bank in Canada by deposits and market capitalization. It serves more than 23 million customers in over 55 countries around the world and offers a range of products and services including personal and commercial banking, wealth management, corporate and investment banking. With assets of $856.5 billion, Scotiabank shares trade on the Toronto and New York Stock Exchanges. The bank was incorporated by the Legislative Assembly of Nova Scotia on March 30, 1832, in Halifax, Nova Scotia, with William Lawson (1772–1848) serving as the first president. The bank moved its executive offices to Toronto, Ontario, in March 1900. Scotiabank has billed itself as "Canadas most international bank" due to its acquisitions primarily in Latin America and the Caribbean, and also in Europe and India. Through its subsidiary ScotiaMocatta it is a member of the London Bullion Market Association and one of five banks that participates in the London gold fixing.