Senior Network Projects Engineer

  • Category
    Infrastructure - Network Engineers
  • Location
    Bristol, City Of Bristol
  • Salary
  • External Reference
    465279BA

My client based in Bristol are looking for a Senior Network Specialist on a 3-4 month contract

This role is part of a team responsible for developing and maintaining the organisations core and datacentre networks. They will ensure that all network services are stable, secure, scalable and responsive. They will perform a mix of Business-as-Usual and Project activities.

Working with colleagues across teams whenever necessary, you will design network solutions for new services, data centres, buildings, and new technologies. You will often be required to design bespoke and ad-hoc network solutions particularly where needed for academic and research purposes. You will take a high-level view of network service design and lifecycle planning, across all elements of network infrastructure from fibre and cabling through to user requirements and applications.

You will be responsible for normal operational running, administering, troubleshooting and maintenance of core network services such as data centre networks, server load balancers, firewalls, routers and switches. You will also help to ensure the resolution of highly technical problems affecting companies IT mission and business critical services.

You must have strong cisco project and design experience with the following also

-Juniper
-Aerohive
-Dell
-Cumulus
-Hp,HPE, Aruba
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