Senior Network Engineer

Experis IT
London (Greater)
12 Jan 2018
10 Feb 2018
Contract Type
Full Time

Senior Network Engineer

A leading bluechip organisation is seeking a Senior Networking Engineer to join their London office. Within the role you will work across a number of network technologies including firewalls, routers, switching and load balancing, providing incident investigation and resolution as part of a thriving global team.

The Role

  • Work on tasks, incidents and projects throughout the company's datacentre networks, observing approved change window and architectural guidelines
  • Provide strong technical insight and resolution actions for actions for incidents across the following hardware and software: Check Point, Palo Alto, Netscreen, F5, Cisco ACE, Cisco Nexus, routers and switches
  • Collaborate across teams to identify and execute on initiatives for driving down incident rates and working with first level support to improve service recovery times
  • Follow process to ensure that all aspects of operability are delivered whilst ensuring that existing service levels are maintained or improved
  • Configure and troubleshoot the network that supports connectivity to the business' applications
  • Produce detailed implementation instructions and execute changes to complete required activities
  • Develop and update network infrastructure documentation

The Individual:

  • Hands-on experience with Cisco nexus routers/switches, Catalyst 2811, 7600, 6500, 7200 executing changes
  • Extensive experience using Checkpoint technology, including F5 LTM/GTM or Cisco ACE technologies
  • Deep understanding and experience of using ITIL Incident and Change Management processes
  • Ability to support weekend changes as required
  • Able to learn and use network engagement tools and systems such as OPNET, CiscoWorks, HP-NA(Opsware), Sevone, and NetflowExcellent written and verbal communications; analytical and detail oriented

For more information, or to submit your CV please email Saska Hayden at

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