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Technical Consultant - Networking and Security

Employer
Penguin Recruitment
Location
UK
Salary
Competitive
Closing date
23 Feb 2021

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Sector
Technology & New Media
Contract Type
Permanent
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Technical Consultant - Networking and Security

London / Remote

Permanent

Up to £70k + £10k bonus

Our client is one of the fastest growing IT solutions and services providers in the UK. They are seeking an exceptional Technical Consultant to join their Networking and Security team. The role will see you consulting, designing, planning and implementing complex technical projects.

The successful Technical Consultant will come from a Networking and Security background with a particular focus on ACI (Multi-Site / Multi-Pod), SDA, ISE, DNCA along with security vendor around Cisco, Checkpoint and Palo Alto.

As a Technical Consultant you will be involved with technical presentations, solutions demonstrations, solutions design/configuration, proposals, bid response documentation, statement of work creation and HLD and LLD documentation.

Min requirement:

  • CCNP Enterprise and/or Datacentre with ACI as the concentration exam
  • Hands-on delivery of ACI projects (not just theoretical)
  • Qualification with a security vendor - Cisco, Fortinet, F5, Checkpoint, Palo Alto
  • VMWare NSX experience


The Technical Consultant position comes with a starting salary of up to £70k, along with a £10k annual bonus, paid quarterly based on KPIs. Further to this you will be joining one of the best teams in the business, with the offer of ongoing in-house and external training and great career prospects. It is expected that you will progress your career through the business in two year cycles.

Interested? Please apply now or contact Steven Hill at Penguin Recruitment for further information.
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