Senior Network Engineer

  • Up to GBP80000.00 per annum
  • London, England, Großbritannien
  • Festanstellung, Vollzeit
  • Orbis Consultants
  • 10 Dez 18

My client - a financial services company - is currently seeking to add a full time Senior Network Engineer with a background in automation, orchestration in a devops environment. The role has both operational and strategic responsibilities. This role will participate in the planning, coordination and implementation of network automation and orchestration and be the subject matter expert in these disciplines. The role will mentor other members of the team.

Academic and Professional Qualifications Required:

  • Cisco certified - CCIE ideally
  • Excellent presentation skills, both written and oral
  • Good interpersonal skills and team player
  • ITIL Foundation desirable

Skills set and Core Competencies Required for Role

  • Expert knowledge of Firewall technologies (ASA, Checkpoint, Palo Alto, Fortinet,…) with a minimum of 5 years' experience.
  • Expert knowledge of Routing and Switching (TCP/IP, BGP, OSPF, VXLAN, multicast)
  • Expert knowledge of Cisco Data Center switches (Nexus 9000, 7000, 5000, 3000 and 2000 FEXs)
  • Expert knowledge of data packet capture analysis (wireshark, Riverbed, Corvil, …)
  • Knowledge of Load Balancers ( A10 LTM, F5 GTM)
  • Knowledge of Arista Data Center switches
  • Knowledge of Cisco Wireless solutions
  • Network Virtualization (VRFs, contexts, VDCs, etc.)
  • Network Security with VPNs, ACLs, etc
  • Strong understanding of network enterprise monitoring solutions and associated operational support processes, ideally solarwinds
  • Strong understanding or Linux
  • Strong understanding of Software Define Networks
  • Strong understanding of Cloud networking (AWS, Azure,…)
  • Strong understanding and experience with some of the following automation / orchestration / devops technologies : regular expressions, Python scripting, Ansible, netconf, json, YAML, git, docker, kubernites, Splunk, elastic search, containers, microservices