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IT System Engineer in Monitoring

Brussels

Keywords

Tivoli Management Framework Scripting JavaScript (Programming Language) Microsoft Windows Application Programming Interfaces (APIs) Command-Line Interface Computer Programming Data Management Linux Governance Python (Programming Language) Unix Shell Professional Responsibility Ansible Shell Script SQL Databases Data Science Coaching and Mentoring Splunk

Description

Roles and Responsibilities:

As an IT System Engineer in Monitoring you will work mainly in collaboration with our internal customers (business or technical), ensuring awareness, inspiring an observability mindset and providing common monitoring capabilities cross the company

The "IT System Engineer in Monitoring" role responsibility includes:

  • Taking ownership and accountability on the ability to monitor and observe IT systems across the company
  • Defining, implementing and enforcing best practices, frameworks and processes (Monitoring domain)
  • Coaching/creating awareness
  • Building and operating the IT monitoring and observability platform
  • IT Monitoring data science work
  • Enabling Detection capabilities
  • IT Monitoring data management and governance

Required Qualifications:

  • At least 10 years of hands-on experience as an IT Monitoring System Engineer
  • You have proven strong experience on at least three of the following products:
    • Splunk
    • IBM Tivoli
    • IBM Netcool Omnibus & Impact
    • Dynatrace
    • Newtest
  • You have proven experience in the "integration" of critical systems (API & Scripting)
  • You have proven experience in programming/Scripting languages such as:
    • Ansible playbooks
    • Python or Power Shell
    • Shell Scripting

We are looking for someone who has a good knowledge of Windows and Linux operating systems (from the command line).

Good to have:

  • Javascripts
  • SQL

Note: this role has been assessed as Inside IR35, which only affects UK resident candidates

Start date
ASAP
Duration
31/12/2023
From
Base 3
Published at
24.11.2022
Project ID:
2503926
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