As more and more of everyday life becomes predicated on our connection to the digital world, the chances we will be targeted or vulnerable to cyber-attacks has also risen
Network Infrastructure Development Engineer
- Infrastructure Development Projects
- Strong Cisco Networking Experience
- Design, Build and Deployment
A fantastic opportunity for a Network Engineer to join Australia?s Leading National Broadcasting Agency, Cisco Networking, Switches, Design/Build, CBD
Currently looking for an experience Network Development Engineer for one of Australia's Leading Broadcasting organisations.
The successful candidate will have strong project experience ( Not looking for BAU Experience)
The main responsibilities of this role include:
- Actively promote the core values of the business and adhere to relevant policies and guidelines
- Ensure deliverables are documented correctly
- Complete assigned tasks and projects in data network support or projects, including network connections, equipment upgrades, network implementation and configuration as directed by infrastructure Development Team Leaders/Managers and/or the Development Manager.
- Provide assistance, until assigned projects have been transitioned to Support, as directed in maintaining and supporting the data networks to agreed service levels and procedures.
- Maintain effective communication with IT Development Managers and stakeholders; escalate issues and risks promptly to facilitate speedy resolution and maintain agreed timelines for completion; undertake knowledge transfer sessions to team members and IT personnel, as required, throughout the project.
The successful candidate will have
- 5 years' experience and knowledge of data communications and CISCO networking equipment in a national networked environment
- 5 years' experience in the design, build. Configuration, testing, deployment, support and management of
- CISCO UCS Blades, Chassis, UCS Manager/Central to configure and monitor the environment (Mandatory)
- Cisco: Switches, Routers, Firewalls, Unified Computing System (UCS)
- Terminal Access Controller Access-Control System (TACAS)
- Network management tools e.g. CiscoWorks (LMS) and SolarWinds (Orion)
- Aruba Master, Airwave
- Load balance (preferably Citrix Netscaler)
- Knowledge/experience in IP Telephony, PABX System and Video Conferencing
- Ability to work independently and within a team across multiple projects
- Ability to mentor/coach less experienced staff
- Sound verbal and written communication skills, with the ability to communicate complex technology to non-technical staff
If you are interested, please send your updated resume to Ra'id at firstname.lastname@example.org
To be considered for the role click the 'Apply' button or for more information about this and other opportunities please contact Ra'id Ahmad on 02 9464 5554. Please quote our job reference number: 200175691.
Reference Number: 200175691_1
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