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Cloud Operations Analyst

  • Location:

    Limerick, Ireland

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  • Contact:

    Ian Donnelly

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  • Published:

    6 months ago

I am recruiting for a Fintech based in south Limerick. The company is an industry leader in providing enterprise- wide data and risk management solutions for our clients all around the world.

They are seeking an Cloud Operations Analyst to join the growing team. In this role you will ensure that the overall service (including people/processes/tools/infrastructure) is available, and meeting agreed service level requirements.


  • Ensure that the customer and operational support environments are sized appropriately (including both increasing resources as needed and also reducing resources when not in use)
  • Manage appropriate incidents (and problems) through to resolution, referring and escalating to other resolver groups as required
  • Support plans relating to security incidents (including testing), initiating actions when flagged, ensuring liaison with other parties (internal and external) as necessary
  • Execute plans for DR/BC as required (including periodic testing)
  • Maintain operational run book, taking input from other teams as required
  • Build new customer environments and on-board clients (liaising with client-facing teams)
  • Acceptance of new code (&c) from Development/Product/DevOps teams
  • Deliver changes to operational environments (within framework of release and change management processes)
  • Ensure support for culture of continuous improvement, including identifying areas for potential improved automation and feeding back to relevant teams.
  • What you will bring to the role?



  • Bachelor’s degree in information technology or similar qualification
  • At least 2+ years in a technical support environment for a managed infrastructure or cloud-based solution provider operating within the regulated financial community
  • Strong knowledge of public cloud architecture (preferably AWS)
  • Good interpersonal and communications skills, with an ability to communicate in non-technical terms to non- technical people
  • Excellent experience of working in distributed teams across multiple time-zones and different jurisdictions
  • Strong analytical skills and a familiarity with problem solving, an attention to detail and quality and a desire for improvement.

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