System Integration Engineer

Ref No. EMP406868
Location New Malden, England
Start date ASAP
Job type Contract (12 Months)
Job Status Closed
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Introduction

A leading Defence Contractor requires a number of System Integration Engineers to join their business on 12 month contracts based in New Malden, Surrey.

Important

Virtualisation, VMware, Network Protocols, Infrastructure

The Job

A leading Defence Contractor requires a number of System Integration Engineers to join their business on 12 month contracts based in New Malden, Surrey.

This role will pay £47.83 p/h Ltd or Umbrella / £37.01 p/h PAYE

The T26 Shared Infrastructure team are looking for 2 Integration contractors to support their programme.

Experience of integrating systems with/having knowledge of the following (Essential):

· Windows (7 & 10) & Windows Server (2012 & 2016)

· VMware vCenter, vSphere ESXi 6.5 (Hypervisor & VCSA), Horizon View

· Basic network infrastructure & protocols (SNMP, DHCP, DNS)

· Working within a virtualised environment

Experience of integrating systems with/having knowledge of the following (Nice to have):

· PowerShell & PowerCLI scripting

· Dell EMC hardware (e.g. M1000e chassis, R530 server, R730 server, Poweredge M630 blades)

· Dell EMC storage (e.g. Compellent SC4020 & SC5020) & StorageManager

· Juniper networking & switches (e.g. EX4550)

· Windows functionality such as Windows Server Failover Clustering, Network Load Balancing, Active Directory and Domain Trusts

· VMware functionality such as Fault Tolerance, Dynamic Resource Scheduling, High Availability

Networkers acts as an employment agency for permanent recruitment and employment business for the supply of temporary workers and is part of Gattaca Plc.

Gattaca Plc provides support services to Networkers and may assist with processing your application.

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