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Senior System Engineer (Middleware)

Job Level:  Professional

Bangkok, Bangkok, TH, 10310

Available until:  30/11/2022
Area of Expertise:  IT & Tech Engineering
Unit:  Allianz Technology
Employing Entity:  Allianz Technology (Thailand) Co., Ltd.
Job Type:  Full-Time
Remote Job:  Hybrid working
Employment Type:  Permanent
ID:  16341

Job Purpose

As part of the Infrastructure Department, the Middleware Engineer will support Allianz’s middleware Infrastructures. This includes middleware application which are Oracle WebLogic, Oracle Form&Report, IIS, IBM WebSphere, Apache HTTPD, Tomcat, Automation. Loadbalancer and FTP. This would involve good working knowledge and understanding of middleware architecture, Windows/Linux, automation, etc.


Key responsibilities

  • Project/Operational support for middleware applications, Load balancer and FTP server.
  • Support the implementation, Migration, deployment, patching, and release management.
  • Housekeeping and troubleshooting the issues with respect to infrastructure.
  • Provide proactive support like performance monitoring, tuning and continual improvement.
  • Interact with development team to improve the application performance/resolve issues.
  • Conduct security reviews of information systems to ensure compliance with established policies and procedures
  • Day-to-day support based on service requests, changes, and incidents.


Key requirement

  • Bachelor’s degree or higher in computer engineering, computer science or related fields
  • 3-5 years’ experience in the Oracle Weblogic, Oracle Form and Report
  • Good understanding of 3 tier concept (Web, Application, Database)
  • Good understanding on Window Operating system and command
  • Good communication skills, interpersonal, oral, and written in English ·
  • Basic knowledge of client-server concept and network security
  • Experience Microsoft Internet information service , Apache HTTPD, Tomcat
  • Experience in IBM WebSphere will be more advantage.
  • Experience to write and maintain Unix or Linux shell script