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This internship is working in the Enterprise Technology Production Assurance team. They are a systems administration and development hybrid group that provide second level support to CME Group's distributed systems. They bridge the gap between developers and production operations, the team have extensive experience in Unix/Linux system administration whilst being highly knowledgeable about the inner workings of CME's proprietary systems.
Solid troubleshooting skills
Strong attention to detail
Self-motivated and enthusiastic team player
Happy to take personal responsibility and be accountable for outcomes
Proven communication, analysis and problem solving skills
Customer focused with a talent for building excellent working relationships with business and technical stakeholders
Ability to work to tight deadlines and effective prioritization of workload
2 Years University in Computer Science degree or equivalent
Basic systems knowledge (Linux), hardware platforms, and resources - CPU, memory, end-user devices, peripherals.
Basic knowledge in SQL and Relational databases
Scripting (UNIX Shell, Perl)