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Network Engineer

Job Title: Network Engineer
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Reading, Berkshire
Industry:
Salary: £350 - £351 per day
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 6months
REF: NetworkEng2016
Contact Name: Jordan Shearn
Contact Email: jordans@montash.com
Job Published: over 1 year ago

Job Description

Network Engineer

Reading

£350 per day

6 Months

Montash have been engaged by one of the largest wireless telecommunications provider to secure a Network Engineer, to be based in Reading on a 6 month contract.

Part of a team designing and hand on implementation of LAN/WLAN infrastructure business critical locations across the UK.

  • Minimum 3 years' experience in deploying LAN/WLAN solutions.
  • Professional level of business communication
  • Certification Cisco CCNP or equivalent level from other vendors.
  • Flexible approach to the working day as may be out of office hour's work.
  • Open to travel as there will be a requirement to travel to locations for meetings.

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