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Voice/ Unified Comms Support Engineer
A Unified Comms Support Engineer is required on a permanent basis for a Telco company located in Christchurch, Bournemouth.
For this role, the Unified Comms Support Engineer will be responsible for the development, deployment, integration, and testing of a new Voice and Video product and services. Within this deployment, the Voice Engineer also look at maintaining the existing UC infrastructure and debugging any service/system issues to identify issues within the targeted SLA's. This will mean the Unified Comms Engineer will work closely with the development and engineering teams to ensure that problems are resolved quickly and efficiently.
The right candidate will also have experience in the following technical areas:
- A good understanding of Voice and Data Networks.
- An in-depth understanding of SIP.
- Unified Comms expert knowledge.
- Experience in working with Linux Operating systems.
- Coding experience (Bash/ Python/ Perl/ etc).
- Cloud based experience in either AWS or Azure.
This role is looking to start ASAP and is paying within the region of £40,000 to £50,000 per annum. Plus a variety of benefits from day 1.
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