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Developer/Release Manager

Eingestellt von Michael Bailey Associates - Zurich

Gesuchte Skills: Oracle, Sql, Unix


For Credit Suisse in the Global Treasury are we are looking for

Developer/Release Manager for global Treasury Datawarehouse applications and projects

Start: 15.06.14

End: 31.10.14

Location: Zürich

Language: English

We offer:

* A challenging role coordinating end-to-end testing and release management for the Treasury Datawarehouse (TDWH)

* Create efficient/sustainable processes to handle changes from multiple project teams in different locations within an agile development environment

* The opportunity to enhance/improve our software development processes and test automation framework

* Work closely with the members of our highly capable and agile international team

* Set standards that guide the development teams in the creation of unit test cases

* The opportunity to gain in-depth banking knowledge in the areas of asset management, risk exposures and liquidity modelling

You offer

* Graduate degree in Computer Science, equivalent education or qualifying experience

* Good knowledge of Oracle (queries, partitioning, PL/SQL)

* Experience with unit- and regression-testing frameworks

* Good understanding of version control systems (ideally SVN or CVS)

* Experience working with Unix (including Shell Scripting) is a plus

* Knowledge of Informatica PowerCenter (version 8.6 or higher) is a plus

* Banking experience is a plus

* Proactive and reliable personality suited to working with a team

* Fluency in English (spoken and written)

* German (spoken/written) as a plusMichael Bailey International is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy.


  • Einsatzort:

    Zürich, Schweiz

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  • Projektdauer:

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  • Berufserfahrung:

    Keine Angabe

Geforderte Qualifikationen

Michael Bailey Associates - Zurich