Tuesday, June 24, 2008

Hiring sluggish for foreign private banks

Recruitment among foreign private banks in Singapore has slowed down considerably. Speaking at the launch of its newly renovated office, Olivier Denis, head of OCBC's private banking unit said that one reason for the slowdown in hiring could be market instability, but bankers also realised that clients were unwilling to shift their money from one bank to another too often.

"Has the market slowed down in terms of active recruitments? I think it has, yes. This business is about long-term relationships. If you jump as a relationship manager every two years, you start from scratch all over again," he said.

Friday, June 20, 2008

Senior Linux Administrator

* Leading global Investment Bank
* Excellent environment and culture
* Excellent salary

This role is within the UNIX Server Team in and responsible for maintaining a stable UNIX environment to support front and back investment bank activities. The incumbent will be responsible for providing installation and day to day support for technology products and applications.

* Advanced Linux System Administration skills including experience with Solaris, SUSe, Veritas Clustering (VCS), EMC storage and NAS storage.
* Previous experience with Unix support in Financial Services/Trading environment preferable.
* Alteast 4 years of experience in OS: Linux

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