Global Network Engineering Manager

  • CVL
  • Oxfordshire, UK
  • Sep 09, 2016
Cisco

Job Description

A Global Network Engineering Manager is required to join a recently established team cutting edge technologies and tools for a leading global technology company. This brand new, hands on role provides a great opportunity to shape and influence the infrastructure of a large global company. Role: Global Network Engineering Manager As Global Network Engineer you will be responsible for: + Key Player within a major Networking and End User Computing transformation program + Supporting the shift from on-premise infrastructure to commodity cloud based services + Leading a team of expert engineers and execute against a global strategy to deliver a flexible and dynamic workplace experience + Providing a network that allows people to access services from any device, anywhere in the world + Creating and implementing low-level designs in alignment with architecture principles and standards + Implementing network and security services that support a "Cloud First" strategy, leading to reduced costs and improved business agility Experience: As Global Network Engineering Manager you will have experience of: + Degree qualified or equivalent in Computer Science or other relevant discipline + Cisco CCNP / CCIE certification in relevant disciplines + Engineering and leadership experience encompassing the WAN, LAN and mission critical data centre networks + Significant and demonstrable core, distribution and access layer networking experience gained in large multiple site environments + Expert knowledge of Cisco and Juniper switches and routers + Expert knowledge of WAN connectivity, transport types and protocols, including Ethernet point to point and VPN technologies + Advanced knowledge of Checkpoint and Palo Alto firewalls. + Advanced knowledge of routing and tunnelling protocols including BGP, OSPF, EIGRP, IPSEC, GRE, and L2TPv3. + Advanced knowledge of high availability protocols such as VRRP, HSRP, LACP, PAGP. + Advanced knowledge of network virtualization technologies including MPLS and VRF. Knowledge of SD-WAN also advantageous. + Advanced knowledge of QoS and NetFlow, particularly in respect to prioritising VoIP traffic. + Advanced knowledge of Cisco Wireless Access Controllers and Access Points. + Knowledge of various network security devices including Palo Alto and Bluecoat Systems. + Knowledge of voice and UC infrastructure including Avaya switches, VoIP, Polycom and Microsoft Lync. + Knowledge of Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Microsoft Azure network designs, including best practices in configuring AWS Direct Connect and Azure + Knowledge of security technologies including intrusion detection and prevention. + Knowledge of monitoring tools such as Solarwinds, Nagios and System Centre Operations Manager (SCOM). + Knowledge of Windows network protocols - DNS, DHCP, WINS, LDAP and Kerberos