Storage & Backup Specialist

Ref No. EMP454862
Location City of London, England
Job type Permanent
Job Status Applicants Required


Storage & Backup Specialist - up to 65K.



The Job

Senior Storage specialist needed to join a growing consulting practice with an impressive portfolio of customers, projects and even their own data centre migration IP (vClarus). You will be required to utilize your proven experience as a successful technical infrastructure consultant with customer relationship management, technical pre-/post-sales experience, and exposure to people management.


You'll be an experienced Senior Consultant with Storage and Design experience in SAN along with consulting experience .You will have deep expertise in the below disciplines:

  • Storage/SAN/Backup Specialist
  • HDS VSP/G1000
  • EMC Isilon
  • Brocade SAN
  • Netbackup
  • Pure Storage
  • Ability to work with PC on vendor selection, technology selection including cloud

In return, a salary of up to £65k with a 10% bonus is on offer with a good benefits package as well.

Successful applicate can be based in either Portsmouth, Wokingham or London

For more information please feel free to get in touch via LinkedIn - -/mark-azure-recruitment/ or by email - mark (dot) blackwood (at) networkerstechnology dot com or give me a call - the number listed in the advert is my direct dial.

I work with a number of national and international companies, solution providers, MSP's and consultancies across the UK with a focus on Cloud technologies so if this role was a little below your ideal salary, a bit too far to travel or not making the most of your experience then please get in touch to discuss other opportunities

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