IT Network Engineer
Posted on Nov 24, 2022 by Michael Page Technology
The Group IT Network Administrator will be responsible for technical delivery of WAN via the clients third party partner managing the local networks, practising and creating technical standards to the wider group. The role will require some hand-on Cisco Firewall, switch and Meraki Wi-Fi configuration and build experience.
- Our client, based in Cheltenham, are a multi-national engineering group that comprises world-leading engineering businesses.
- FTSE 100 multi-national engineering group.
- As part of their expansion, they are investing into their IT team and are recruiting for an experienced Network Engineer to join the organisation.
As the IT Network Engineer, your day to day responsibilities will include:
- Supporting, configuring and building Cisco Switches and Meraki Wi-Fi
- Managing WAN technology - MPLS/SDWAN
- Working with IP Addressing and sub-netting (IPv4/6)
- BAU activities such has patch management, moves and changes.
- Supporting the management of Firewalls/Switches and Access Points with third party partners
- Leading high profile technology projects
- Training and mentoring other staff to ensure that cross skills and industry best practices are adhered to (eg CCNA program)
The successful IT Network Engineer will have:
- Practical qualifications or experience in security areas such as, CCNA, CCNP, or ComTIA A+.
- 5+ years experience of work with exposure to working within WAN and LAN management.
- Experience of Hosting and third-party management.
- Experience in the creation and implementation of appropriate SLAs.
- Sound understanding of Microsoft and VMware products.
- Understanding of ITIL v3.
As the successful candidate for the IT Network Engineer role, you will receive a salary between £40,000-£50,000 p/a depending on experience.
You will also receive the following:
- Up to 12% pension contribution
- Private medical care
- Share scheme
- Discount on wearables
- 25 days holiday plus bank holidays
- Time in lieu or paid overtime