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Associate Network Engineer, Melbourne

About the Role: 

The Associate Network Engineer is responsible for providing services to customers in relation to implementing, managing, operating and supporting their technological diverse IT environments. This includes:

  • Assisting with implementation and deployment of customer projects. 
  • Coordinating technical activities with key internal and client stakeholders. 
  • Developing technical change requests, migration, and test plans. 
  • Supporting Project Managers in managing project scope and risks effectively. 
  • Reviewing as built and handover documentation to ensure seamless transition to BAU. 
  • From time to time, perform On Call or Planned Work outside of core business hours. 
  • Assisting in maintaining vendor certification levels such as Cisco Gold, by acquiring new certifications. 

Key Skills: 

  • Hold current CCNA or higher-level certification(s) in Routing & Switching, Voice, Data Centre or Security. 
  • Basic Cisco skills. Ideally skills in Juniper, HP, Aruba, Fortinet, or Palo Alto. 
  • Product skills with Cisco ASA, ISR, Catalyst, Nexus or WLC. 
  • Scripting skills such a Python. 
  • Skills and basic experience in these key technologies: 
    • Telco/ISP WAN services such as Ethernet, Fibre, DSL, VDSL and Copper. 
    • LAN and Wi-Fi. 
    • Firewall Security. 
    • Data Centre and Site racking, stacking & cabling. 
    • Protocols such as iBGP, eBGP, OSPF, EIGRP, DMVPN, IPSEC & Spanning Tree. 

Key Personal Attributes: 

  • Possess good verbal and written communication skills, with attention to detail. 
  • Independent/autonomous worker, with ability to self-motivate. 
  • Ability to work in a team environment. 
  • Flexible to work remote, onsite and after hours as required. 
  • Logical thinker, with an ability to review and understand processes and use accurately. 
  • Takes a creative approach to problem solving and not afraid to tackle problems beyond their skill set. 
  • Interested in growing by taking on challenging and rewarding projects or assignments. 
  • Possess a drive to learn, a desire to develop skills and learn from more senior members of the team. 

This role will amount to $60,000 plus superannuation for a Graduate working full-time for 12 months. 

Closed 14 days ago
Closed 14 days ago
  • Job type:Graduate Jobs
  • Disciplines:

    Engineering Electrical

  • Work rights:

    Australian Working Visa, Australian Student

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  • Locations:

    Melbourne

  • Closing Date:12th Jun 2022, 2:00 pm

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