Norbert Malinowski an Infrastructure Core Systems Engineer with ding* talks about moving to work in Ireland and how e-Frontiers helped him during the process.
ding* is the largest top-up provider worldwide, enabling instant delivery of airtime to mobile phones anywhere in the world.
What is your role in ding*?
Infrastructure Core Systems Engineer.
What made this role appealing to you?
The diversity of the role in that it wasn’t a typical windows server role. One of the main motivations was the technologies being utilised and the opportunity to use new technologies. Also the fact that this is a fast paced agile environment.
Do you see a progression path emerging within this role
The scope to gain experience in different areas. The main area I work in is windows but I see the opportunities and scope to work with new technologies and ding allows this flexibility.
What advice would you have for graduates coming into this area of tech
To keep up with the technologies and continue to get industry recognized certifications.
Tell us a little about the culture in the company
It has a very good working environment with a friendly atmosphere and a great place to work. It’s multi-cultural with 150 people working in Dublin and a further 200 around the world.
What was your experience of dealing with our e-Frontiers recruiter
My initial contact with the recruiter was by phone as I lived in Poland at that time, we discussed what I was looking for. I found these meetings to be very useful and also found him to be very knowledgeable in this area. He matched my profile with the right job description. He knew exactly what I was looking for.
This made my decision easier about moving to and working in Ireland.
John Ryan, Senior Recruitment Consultant with e-Frontiers in conversation with Norbert Malinowski, Infrastructure Core Systems Engineer with ding*.