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L2 Support Analyst

Job Description: Support Disaster Recovery Test and Business Continuity activities. Be a team member of L2 production support team located across Singapore, Hong Kong and India...

Company: BNP Paribas
Location: Singapore

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Senior SAP FICO Analyst

Job Description: Design and execute functional and integration test plans with Business; Lead L2 support team and provide Level 3 support to the business users in the region....

Company: ITCS Group
Location: Singapore

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Applications Support Senior Analyst

Job Description: Applications Support Senior Analyst. Responsible for all aspects of Incident and L2 support for the Electronic banking Channel Application....

Company: Citi
Location: Central Singapore

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