SDD Network Engineer
Consultant Lorraine Carroll
Date posted 31 May 201811 Slingsby Place, St Martin's Courtyard London, WC2E 9AB Robert Walters United Kingdom
This global financial organisation are looking for an SDD network Engineer
As a network engineer within this organisation you will be part of a team that are accountable for delivering and supporting resilient, secure infrastructure technology and services to customers, clients and colleagues. This client is about to embark on a journey to truly transform the IT infrastructure. To enable them to achieve these ambitions they are looking to recruit highly motivated individuals who are keen to drive the delivery and adoption of cutting edge technologies.
Responsible for working with a team of internal and external partners to deliver complex data network solutions in alignment with our business needs and overall network strategy.
Proactively engage key stakeholders and end users to provide feedback and ensure requirements and expectations are properly met.
Design, build and deployment activities to deliver appropriate infrastructure solutions to meet customer requirements at an enterprise level and within budget.
Be Subject Matter Expert in one or more network technologies and working knowledge across all other network technologies utilized by this company
Working with key stakeholders to develop network designs in support of LAN, MAN, WAN, data centre, Wireless, extranet, and branch deployments
Configuration of network hardware and deployment of network equipment and subsequent testing in keeping with our risk profile
Contribute to the definition of network infrastructure strategy and policy by taking an active role in working with Product Managers and Product Engineers to influence architectural strategy
Need to be able to work across network teams to provide Solutions that are in keeping with our strategic directions while meeting the needs of the business
Experience in designing and implementing complex data networks;
Good technical knowledge of network components (switches, routers, firewalls, load balancers, wireless, etc.) and routing protocols (TCP/IP, BGP, OSPF, EIGRP, etc.).