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Network Project Engineer


Network Project Engineer
Location: Home Based
Salary: £40,000 – £50,000 (+ benefits)
Skills: Cisco Switching & Routing, Cisco ASA / Firepower, F5 Load Balancer (or other load balancers), Cisco ACI (desirable), VMware NSX-T (desirable)
Are you a Network Engineer with experience of delivering Cisco projects looking to secure a new role with a UK Top 2 Software Company, and global solutions provider? Interested in working with the latest software defined network technologies including Cisco ACI and VMware NSX-T?
We are looking to recruit a Network Project Engineer for a global technology company with offices based throughout the UK. This will work as part of my clients Managed Services Team and you will be responsible for delivering network projects in to enterprise customers.
Cisco certifications and previous experience of working with Cisco firewalls (ASA / Firepower) are essential. Experience of F5, Cisco ACI and VMware NSX-T is highly desirable.
This will be a home based role with some travel to customer sites and my client’s offices when required.
About The Company
My client are a leading provider of digital solutions and managed services for public sector and regulated markets. They help organisations around the world to deliver better outcomes for people and places.
Top rated employer – Glassdoor
Accredited, ‘Investors in People’ – Gold
My client is an international software company and a global leader in public services technology with more than 3,000 customers across 10 countries.
• 18 years of unbroken growth
• 9 years average length of service
• 1 in 4 vacancies filled through internal promotion
In return my client can offer a competitive salary & package and the opportunity join a leading software and solutions company that has gone through a sustained period of growth

Company Description

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