Senior Network Engineer with Security and Cisco - City London
Our Client urgently requires a Senior Network Engineer with heavy background in Network Security on Cisco and Microsoft.
The security and support of the company's network is paramount.
Predominately a support role (BAU) with design of scalable solutions deliverable through projects.
Encompassing numerous technologies that benefit high-availability solutions.
This role requires a responsible individual who can design and deliver secure networking solutions.
Fast thinker who can diagnose, assist others and remediate BAU support issues.
Main Aspects of the role:
-Work within Infrastructure team in supporting and delivering all aspect of BAU and support services
-Design, build and implement firewall solutions from perimeter to DMZ roles
-Support IPS deployment for European branches
-Develop, maintain and deliver global standards to all networking devices
-Remediate Penetration Test results
-Ensure seamless migration of network estate to newly adopted security framework
-Experience working within mission-critical environments
-Experience in operational deployments
-Datacentre cabling and racking of equipment
Technical Skills you need to bring to the table:
-In-depth knowledge of CISCO including firewalls, switches and routing protocols
-In-depth knowledge of supporting a data-centre and branch inter-connectivity
-Strong technical skills are essential
-Experience of CISCO multi-layer switches and routers, including 6500s
-CISCO certification, ideally CCNP
-McAfee HIPS, Trend Micro
-Centralised authentication service (AAA)
-SafeNet Ethernet Encryptor
-RADIUS / RSA
-Security certification (advantageous)
You will also need to an understanding of the following technologies:
VLAN segregation. DMZ. VSS. Failover. OSPF. High availability.
CISCO. Palo Alto. Juniper. McAfee IPS. SafeNet. Tripwire.
You will ideally be coming with experience from a City based investment bank.
Salary for this role is between £60K and £70K plus banking benefits.
Please send your CV to us in Word format.
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