over 1 year ago
Salary + 30% shift allowance
Please note: Due to the nature of the project, the candidate must hold DV clearance or be able to obtain one.
This role operates on a 24/7 shift basis. Our client recognises this unsociable work hours and offers a shift allowance of 15% and 15% for unsociable work hours.
Our client is looking for 2 NOC engineers to join them in London working on the day to day monitoring and management of their Defence Network.
Your role will include:
Day to day monitoring and management of the Network
Initial network incident diagnosis
Incident escalation and management
Interaction and support of end user
Network incident management
Provide a career history of high technical knowledge networks, including network security and their configurations along with demonstrating the operational processes'
Proven Juniper/ Cisco networking experience
Strong knowledge of LAN and WAN, with other networking technologies including TCP, IP and routing
In depth knowledge of networking hardware
Demonstrate implementation work
Good network management, with a security and configuration understanding
Priding themselves as a Global organisation with a long list of achievements, now successfully providing to over 100 countries.
Supporting diversity, health and wellbeing in the workplace whilst being renowned as a responsible business.
Believing people are their biggest asset, they actively promote career progression within the company, you'll be working with those who share your skills and passion for IT, whilst working in an environment with the latest cutting-edge technology.
What you will receive in return:
- Excellent salary
- Company pension contribution - up to 15%
- Personal and company targeted bonus - 15%
- Family medical
- Working in a company who invest in their team (certifications, courses and subscriptions)
- Excellent career development and growth opportunities
- Corporate discount scheme card (restaurants, cinemas etc)
- The ability to buy and sell holiday up to 10 days
- 30% shift allowances'