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Environment Analyst (Build & Release)

  • Environment Analyst (Build & Release)
  • Perm role
  • Sydney
  • Tier1 bank
  • Excellent Salary package


  • Ensuring the testing environments are highly available for Testing and Delivery.
  • Support the Implementation Lead to take changes through non-production through to production.
  • Accountabilities:
  • A list of the key responsibilities of the role, detailing what the role is accountable for
  • Systems testing and monitoring of the environments. Which is continued throughout the day and constantly reported on to all required stakeholders.
  • Ensuring that when a platform incident occurs that normal service operation is restored as quickly as possible and the delivery impact is minimised.
  • Perform root cause analysis to identify a fix for reoccurring problems, preventing them for having further impact to the platform systems.
  • Demonstrate the ability to effectively use the ITIL Information Technology Service Management Framework.
  • Effectively Manage the Build, Release and Deployment of System upgrades with vendors and internal teams.
  • Document and share incident triage and resolution, process improvements, and system change knowledge.
  • Develop and run a consolidated view of logging, alerting and monitoring for existing platforms across non-production.
  • Identify and facilitate automation capabilities across existing platform.
  • Proactively manage risk; meet all policy and compliance requirements; perform controls; adhere to Process and Procedures pertinent to role; and escalate events, issues or breaches as they are identified (risk accountability forms part of all roles, as everyone is responsible for managing risk and compliance).

How to apply:
Please apply using the link below or call Rams on 03 8506 6524 for further details. Applications closes based on the volume of applications received. Only short-listed candidates will be contacted.
Adaps is an equal opportunity employer that actively embraces diversity in its workforce through accurate community representation of gender, culture; thought and work arrangements.