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Manager Systems Engineering (Unisys and Non-Stop)

Position Description

What does a great System Engineering Manager do?

  • In this role you will lead the Unisys and Non-Stop operations team
  • Provide mentoring and training for team
  • Oversee general platform operations
  • Develop platform architecture, roadmaps, and strategy
  • Ensure high availability, performance, compliance, and security 
  • Manage implementation projects
  • Create departmental procedures, standards, and guides
  • Performance management and capacity planning

Basic qualifications for consideration:

  • 7+ years? experience with Unisys
  • Audit and compliance experience
  • Ability to travel up to 5%

Preferred qualifications for consideration:

  • Bachelor's Degree
  • Significant expertise with Unisys and Non-Stop platforms
  • EMC SAN implementation and operations
  • CA UIM
  • Prognosis

Fiserv is an Equal Opportunity Employer/Disability/Vet.


Fiserv is an Equal Opportunity Employer/Disability/Vet. Visit http://www.careers.fiserv.com/eeo for more information.



Company Description:

Going Up?  Today’s shifting demands require a partner who shares your goals with the proven expertise to help you reach them.  For more than 16,000 clients worldwide, Fiserv is transforming the way financial services are delivered to ensure business growth.  With Fiserv, you have the power to go places.  The power within.  www.fiserv.com

 

Fiserv Technology Makes the Difference
Through thousands of partnerships with clients worldwide and hundreds of solutions, Fiserv touches almost every part of financial services – online & mobile banking, account processing, e-payments, lending, wealth management...our technology makes the difference in every interaction.

 

Fiserv Technology: Consumer Reach and Scale
Fiserv technology simplifies financial transactions. We enable 120 million deposit accounts, 60 million online banking users, and 23 million active bill payment users, making financial transactions easy to allow people to focus on the things that really matter: planning, living and prospering.



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