NOC Onsite Support Engineer

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  • Location:

    London, England

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  • Salary:

    £400 - £452 per day

  • Contact:

    Phil Johnson

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  • Published:

    8 months ago

  • Duration:

    12 months +

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NOC Onsite Support Engineer

+ Onsite in London

+ 14 month contract

+ £452 per day

+ Inside IR35

+ SC Cleared role

Key Skills:

+ Strong networking skills - Aruba, Clearpass, Palo Alto, Juniper and HP

+ Network Access Controls - 802.1x over LAN/WLAN

The Role:

The NOC On Site Engineer role is accountable for providing technical assistance and instructional documentation to other Groups within the Client's wider Service Operations as well as to the 4th line engineers providing an interface to other technical stakeholders within the Business including Architects, other engineering disciplines, and sub-contractors.

A large portion of the role is focused on orchestrating the application of design changes and investigating critical issues on site. They will regularly function as the technical representative of the NOC/Project on behalf of Client to the wider community, including the customer and business partners, at times without direct support.

The engineer is the single point of contact for Client and would include acting as the NOC liaison with other technical groups.


To achieve this role, the On Site Support Engineer must exercise the following skills:

  • Strong Technical competence in Networking, with a strong understanding of other technologies, such as Aruba, Clearpass, Palo Alto, Juniper and HP switches.

  • Strong understanding of network access controls using 802.1x over LAN and WLAN technologies

  • Ability to troubleshoot and diagnose Aruba WLAN issues using Aruba toolsets

  • Work closely with all agencies to understand required changes for new on site occupier roll outs

  • Ability to maintain basic cable configuration database and patch management.

  • Manage local based spares pool.

  • Provide basic user support for video and audio conferencing systems.