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NOC Operations Engineer - London £50k Plus generous benefits

Job Title: NOC Operations Engineer - London £50k Plus generous benefits
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: City of London, London
Salary: £45000 - £55000 per annum + Bonus, Pension, Health
Start Date: March
Contact Name: Martin Rennison
Contact Email:
Job Published: 9 months ago

Job Description

Our client is one of the leading telecommunication business and is recognised internationally for its area of specialisim.

They have a requirement for a NOC Ops Engineer, if successful you will join a team of Operations Engineers supporting all operational activities across a wide range of services.

You must be self-motivated and be capable of completing complex tasks with minimum supervision and have the confidence and ability to promote improvements to the operational environment

In view of the dynamic context of Network Operations the sphere of activities and responsibilities of the NOC Operations Engineer might change to reflect the evolution of the NOC role.

  1. Degree in Electronic Engineering, Telecommunications, IT / Computing Science or equivalent qualification
  2. Significant and proven relevant practical experience in satellite communication systems equipment, data communication and networking.
  3. Detailed Knowledge and understanding of TCP/IP and the OSI 7 layer model along with QoS
  4. Knowledge and proven experience in Routing and Switching, Network Security, Virtualisation, Storage, Net Backup, Oracle DB and Linux
  5. Cisco CCNA certification

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