South West London, London
£35000 - £49000 per annum
7 months ago
Infrastructure Network Engineer
Location: New Malden
Salary: Competitive - negotiable on application
Your main responsibilities as a Infrastructure Network Engineer will involve:
Responsibility for various stages of the network development. This may include: design (responding to design changes, High and Low Level Design, creating supporting technical documentation), analysis (creating and investigating observation reports on network behaviour), and configuration development in a change control environment, product testing and supporting the resolution of issues with the network infrastructure or connected application components.
Ensuring that communications function across the network architecture and that the network's performance meets the necessary requirements.
Providing direction, information, and recommendations regarding network configurations and installations to support the various aspects of overall Combat System integration.
Carrying out investigations into operational problems or developments and develop and prepare solutions, individually or as a member of a project team.
Your skills and qualifications as a Shared Infrastructure Network Engineer:
An understanding of how to configure and setup Juniper and Dell Devices.
Experience with configuring and installing client and server network software.
An understanding of the technology behind a switched architecture and its workings (DNS, DHCP, Security, IP Switching/Routing, HTTP, VPN, VSS, Multicast, QoS etc.)
Requires current Juniper JNCIA, JNCIS, JNCIP level.
Experience of working with Switches, Routers, Servers, Cables (Cat 5-6), Fibre Optics, Racks LAN, WAN, TCP/IP (Ethernet).
Network Management & Monitoring Systems e.g. PRTG and Solarwinds.
And ideally knowledge in one or more of the following:
Windows Server 2016 and Windows 10 Enterprise
Other operating/hypervisor systems including VMware ESXi Server 6, Linux (RedHat)
Working knowledge of various VMware tools
Working knowledge of SAN Technologies (iSCSI)