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Etrali Trading Migration Project Manager - Investment Banking

Job Title: Etrali Trading Migration Project Manager - Investment Banking
Contract Type: Contract
Location: London
Salary: £350 - £450 per day
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 6 Months +
REF: PMET_1488559741
Contact Name: Clara Grace Moretti-Greene
Contact Email:
Job Published: 8 months ago

Job Description

Etrali Trading Migration Project Manager - ASAP

Contract: 6+ Months

Day Rate: £400-£450

Looking for an Etrali Project Manager to work with a Global Investment Bank based in London. Must have experience with Etrali or Voice recording Migration experience.

You will be responsible when preparing all regional sites with infrastructure readiness and manages the local telco suppliers and building telephony platform for Etrali / IPC Change.

Supervise Network deployment LAN WAN, Firewalls, WIN.

Oversee Server Infrastructure install for Voice Recording.

Must have knowledge and prepare Local Data Centre deployment and gateways.

Essential Skills:

  • Etrali Etradeal systems level 2
  • Nice Recording platforms
  • Project management
  • Large trading floor migrations
  • Investment banking experience
  • Strong experience of mobile voice recording migrations

Key Words:

Etrali / Etradeal / Trading / Floor migrations / infrastructure / mobile voice recording/ / WAN / LAN / Network / Infrastructure

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