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Virtualisation / Infrastructure Architect

Contract/Casual
ACT
Posted on 04.04.2017
  • Initial 6 month contract with 6-12 month extension option
  • South-side location
  • Australian Citizenship & Baseline clearance mandatory | NV1 clearance preferred



Private sector contract for a Virtualisation / Infrastructure Architect with a focus on infrastructure solutions such as design and analysis

Canberra

Paxus is working with a private sector consulting firm to source the services of a Virtualisation / Infrastructure Architect working withing a large Government department

Duration: Initial 6 month contract with 6-12 month extension option.

The successful candidate must be able to work as part of an Enterprise Architecture team with a strong focus on Infrastructure solutions, in areas such as design and analysis.

Duties include:

  • Gather and analyze infrastructure requirements to in turn develop appropriate infrastructure solutions, covering technical design and operations
  • Provide key components of the business solution framework and the resulting relationships with the business.

Key skills areas:
  • Unified communications
  • Cisco UC
  • Storage design, EMC
  • Virtualisation design, VmWare, NSX, Automation
  • Oracle Exadata
  • Documentation analysis and review.
  • Knowledge of Data Centre solutions, including equipment loading, cooling systems etc.

  • Please note that only AUSTRALIAN CITIZENS with a current BASELINE SECURITY CLEARANCE (NV1 is preferred) are eligible to apply for this role.

    To be considered for the role click the 'Apply' button or for more information about this and other opportunities please contact Nicole Folkard on 02 61519217. Please quote our job reference number: 200156752.

    Reference Number: 200156752_5

    Contact Details: Nicole Folkard | 02 6151 9217

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