Senior IT infrastructure Analyst – Equities

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Location: Sydney

Salary description: AUD $110k - $120k base salary

  • $100-150k AUD Equivalent
  • Permanent
  • 7 to 10 years of experience

Our client is a leading global financial services firm seeking an experienced Senior IT Infrastructure Analyst.

Ideal applicants will have prior IT infrastructure experience from another financial services firm, ideally with a focus on equity markets and equity market trading systems and IT infrastructure.

Reporting into the Chief Technology Officer, the successful applicant will be responsible for:


  • Designs and develops solutions to moderately complex application problems, system administration issues, or network concerns
  • Performs systems management and integration functions
  • Ensures that all systems, applications, software, and hardware are compliant with Corporate policy/procedures
  • Identifies issues and contributes to developing solutions. Maintains and may lead the process for documenting design
  • Works with Application Development and Quality Assurance and Testing teams to understand infrastructure needs during the development and testing processes
  • Ensures these needs are taken into account when developing infrastructure
  • Develops detailed project plans and tracks project progress
  • Evaluates the organisation’s existing infrastructure technology and researches and analyses trends
  • Implements changes to the infrastructure technology that enhance its reliability and efficiency
  • Contributes to the achievement of related teams’ objectives

Key requirements:

  • Bachelor’s degree in computer science or a related discipline, or equivalent work experience required, advanced degree preferred
  • 4-8 years of related experience
  • Experience in the securities / equity markets or financial services industry

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Phone:+61 2 8246 8900

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