Senior Network Engineer

Ref No. EMP455332
Location Reading, England
Job type Permanent
Job Status Closed
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Introduction

Senior Network Engineer - Reading - £60k

Important

Networking/LAN/WAN/CISCO

The Job

Due to continued growth an MSP based in Reading are looking for a Senior Network Engineer to join the team, giving

Due to continued growth an MSP based in Reading are looking for a Senior Network Engineer to join the team, giving the successful applicant the opportunity to work in a very dynamitic position that allows them drive the success and value of both the business and its clients.

The salary is between £45 - 60,000. This is a permanent position with the expectation that you can work remotely and flexibility.

The ideal candidate will need experience across the following areas:

  • Network migration experience
  • Networking experience in routing, LAN switching and WAN
  • Cisco Routing/Switching experience to CCNP level minimum
  • Experience of Security Appliances / Software
  • MPLS knowledge

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

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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