Azure Networking Support Engineer
Brook Street is currently working on behalf of our Global IT Client to recruit a Azure Networking Support Engineer. This is an contract role based in Reading until 30th June 2020.
As a Brook Street contractor you will be entitled to 25 days holiday per annum, 8 days paid Bank Holidays pro rota, discounted gym membership, use of the onsite health facility, access to online learning and training, free parking and an excellent subsidised restaurant.
Salary: Up to £111,00.00 per annum depending on experience plus a 5% bonus
Azure Networking Support Engineer Responsibilities:
- Demonstrate strong interpersonal and communication skills, while working with diverse audiences including highly technical IT professionals, developers, architects, and executive management.
- Solving complex technical issues while maintaining a high degree of customer satisfaction.
- Collaborate with members of a diverse team to promote knowledge sharing while providing time efficient delivery of customer solutions.
- Act as a technical focal point in cooperative relationships with other companies
- Maintain strong working knowledge of released products, take ownership for product improvement, and participate in pre-release activities and BETA programs
- Take an active role in challenging and suggesting enhancements on existing processes and work flows.
- Assist in representing the client in any forum (i.e. hackathons, conferences, events)
- As Azure Network Engineer you will be a part of an engineering team supporting international Customers.
Azure Networking Support Engineer Requirements:
- Degree in Computer Science, Telecommunications or other relevant technical degree preferred.
- Strong knowledge and understanding of TCP/IP protocols
- Experience and/or understanding of Infrastructure / Network Administration
- Troubleshooting at the expert level within large Network Environment
- Familiar with packet sniffers: Wireshark or Network Monitor/Message Analyse
- Knowledge and understanding of VPN, IPsec, DHCP, DNS, HTTP/
- Notions of Private, Hybrid and Public Clou
- Notions of Windows and/or Linux O
- Notions of Vitalisation of SDN technologies
Deadline - Thursday 12th September at 3:00pm