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Working Student - Modern Workplace Services focus on Unix/Linux (f/m/d)

Date: 19-Oct-2020

Location: Frankfurt am Main, DE

Company: Deutsche Börse Group

Field of activity

Corporate IT of Deutsche Börse Group is in charge of end user workplace experience, voice & communication, application development and operations for all group processes such as Financial Core, Customer Care, Control & Corporate Processes, as well as Deutsche Börse Group’s Reference Data Platform. We also develop and operate our Enterprise Analytics and Digital Boardroom which are the core of sharing and measuring our group’s success. Our mission is simple – Make IT Run! 
You want to learn more about desktop services and Service Management of Linux, Ubuntu or RedHat Systems? You want to join a team which is dynamic, user- and business-oriented, with the ambition and opportunity to set the standard for running a modern Workplace Service in the Financial Industry? Then join our Modern Workplace Services team! 


  • In your role you will support with…

           o    Web Server Administration
           o    User administration
           o    Administration of operating systems
           o    Administration/installation/configuration of web projects

  • You will actively collaborate with the teams in Frankfurt, Luxembourg and Cork to develop, customize, deliver solutions and support customers
  • You will support the team with the documentation and communication of technical requirements and solutions with Github

Qualifications/required skills

  • You are enrolled as a regular student at a state-recognised higher education institution (Telecommunications, Computer Science or Software Technology or equivalent education) for the entire duration of your employment
  • Unix/Linux makes you feel at home
  • You are interested in software distributions like Ubuntu and RedHat 
  • Besides that you are also interested in automation and modern hosting technologies
  • Furthermore, you have a high self-motivation and commitment to continuous learning
  • You are fluent in written and spoken English – German would be an asset