Network and Security Engineer
Network & Security Engineer
- 5 Year Greenfield IT Transformation Program
- Close Knit Team Culture & Flat Management Structure
- Great Career Opportunity - Add Real Value
About the company
For more than 60 years, this Top-Quality Beef Producer has been committed to providing customers in Australia and around the world with a superior beef product. They have grown from a family farm into one of Australia's largest meat processors and a prominent leader in the Australian meat industry, with revenue in excess of AU$1b per annum.
About the role
Hiring a new CFO and Technology Manager and receiving a significant investment in the company, they have sign-off for a 5 year program to upgrade their technology. This will involve an upgrade to best-in-class enterprise infrastructure and applications, as well as leveraging digital technology to deliver competitive advantage in an international landscape.
This role is to initially ensure the Network and Security Infrastructure is operating as efficiently as possible, and then to focus on projects to bring the business up to best practice.
- Provide Ad-Hoc Support to the Head Office in Sydney and Production Department in Regional NSW
- Support end technology consumers (corporate, regional and cattle farmers)
- Work on project based upgrades to Network and Security Infrastructure
- The is a broad role where you will have decision making autonomy over networks and security
Skills & experience
- Experience with Cisco Networking and Security products
- Excellent Communication Skills, must be able to build rapport, particularly with farmers!
- Strong Customer Service experience
- Must be a "Swiss Army Knife" - In a small IT team, you will need to wear multiple hats
Benefits & culture
Coming from a background as a family owned business, there is very much a culture of pride in the work that is being done and in the businesses success, you will be able to work closely with the core of the business with no impenetrable layers of management!
As mentioned, this is the beginning of a 5-year Greenfield IT upgrade so you will have the opportunity to be part of building the Network and Security Infrastructure for one of Australia's leading businesses, who are also bucking the trend and are committed to keeping all their operations on-shore.
How to Apply?
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Contact Name: Nick Munro
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