Network Engineer - SC Cleared

  • Job ref:


  • Location:

    Hemel Hempstead, Hertfordshire

  • Sector:

    Network Engineering

  • Job type:


  • Salary:

    £475 - £535 per day

  • Contact:

    Abbie Levens

  • Email:

  • Published:

    over 1 year ago

  • Duration:

    3 months

  • Start date:


  • Consultant:


Network Engineer - L2 Optical

SC clearance is essential

3 Month contract with likely extension

Hemel Hempstead

£475-535 pay

I am currently recruiting for a Network Engineer for a well-established Telecommunications client based in Hemel Hempstead.


  • Experience in designing DWDM networks including topological design, capacity planning ,circuit design, modelling and fault finding operational scenarios
  • Knowledge of technical aspects of DWDM, SDH designs, knowledge of OTN, optical planning awareness and impairment impacts,
  • Experience in developing and validating new services/features in carrier scale network, including feature design/definition, validation including low level test plans and execution, vendor liaison
  • Experience in turning customer requirements into deployable network solutions, ensuring customer obtains service required, and vendor provides support
  • Ability to challenge vendor technical teams at debug level, and to resolve technical issues within carrier scale network in min timeframe acting as 3rd/4th line support
  • Experience in ancillary systems and equipment required to support carrier scale network, including IP routing, Ethernet, wide range of transport test equipment (IXIA, EXFO,JDSU)
  • Demonstrative customer facing skills and ability to communicate at a range of levels allowing complex technical detail to be widely understood by a range of audiences.
  • Demonstrative experience of hands on ability to configure, test, commission and install DWDM/SDH/Ethernet equipment with minimal vendor guidance
  • Experience with legacy TDM and low speed transmission systems
  • Knowledge of Alcatel-Lucent/Nokia, Nokia EPT planning tool
  • ITIL experience would be advantageous