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Network Architect(s)

Job Title: Network Architect(s)
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Germany, Germany
Industry:
Salary: €600 - €800 per day
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 3 Months+Scope
REF: Network-Arch - SGER_1507138613
Contact Name: Oliver Black
Contact Email: oliverb@montash.com
Job Published: 13 days ago

Job Description

Key Skills

  • Ability to analyse and propose solutions across an Enterprise Network model and strive for excellent and high availability throughout multiple continents
  • Proven experience on Network Infrastructure Optimisation projects
  • Ideally a technology agnostic / Polyglot with an ability to consider multiple technical solutions and choose the best one to get the job done
  • Proven experience Delivering enterprise Solutions across Networks/infrastructure
  • Analysis of Pain areas/ weak points in an enterprise network environment.

My client are looking to move quickly with this position are are looking towards a mid-October start, if not sooner. Please do apply now for immediate consideration.

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