Network Engineer – Juniper, Palo Alto, LAN/WAN
|Job Title:||Network Engineer – Juniper, Palo Alto, LAN/WAN|
|Salary:||£35k to £38k Plus Fantastic Benefits|
|Start Date:||August 2017|
|Contact Name:||Jackie Dean|
|Job Published:||July 17, 2017 15:05|
This is a fantastic opening with a highly prestigious brand and an exciting time to join.
The successful person will have ideally worked as a Network Engineer for a multi-sited company; you will have been tasked with looking after both the company’s network as well as general infrastructure support.
This company are currently working within a strict ITIL framework so you should have previous experience within this type of environment as well as being confident to identify and suggest new ways to improve processes internally.
This role will be responsible for the global converged voice and data network infrastructure.
Ensuring that all existing equipment is fully maintained, patched and upgraded as required.
Providing fast and effective problem resolution on all voice and data services.
Mentoring other members of the Infrastructure team, including helpdesk technicians.
Previous IT Networking / infrastructure experience
Large campus and multisite experience
The role will be working across multiple projects using the latest Palo Alto and Juniper technologies.
Benefits include – Onsite Gym, Discount on Products, Private Healthcare and Pension plan
For an informal discussion please contact Jackie Dean at GSA Techsource. GSA Techsource Ltd operates as an Employment Agency when recruiting for permanent vacancies, and an Employment Business when recruiting for contract vacancies. All contract rates quoted are to Ltd companies.
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