Network Cloud Engineer - 12 Months - Antwerp/WFH

Antwerp  ‐ Onsite
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Network Cloud Engineer - 12 Months - Antwerp/WFH

We are representing one of our key partners in Belgium, a leading IT Solutions Provider who are looking to recruit a Network Cloud Engineer for the team in Antwerp. This role involves working on-site two days a week, with flexibility. As a Network Cloud Engineer, you will be responsible for the design, implementation, and troubleshooting of enterprise networks, with a focus on wireless projects and cloud migration.

  • Work on wireless projects, including design, implementation, and troubleshooting.
  • Install, configure, and maintain enterprise network infrastructure.
  • Design and implement wireless network solutions.
  • Collaborate with teams to migrate apps and production lines to the cloud.
  • Provide support and maintenance for network equipment and systems.

Key Skills:

  • Experience with Firewalls such as Palo Alto, Check Point, and Cisco ASA.
  • Proficiency in routing and switching, particularly with Cisco equipment.
  • Knowledge of wireless technologies, including Cisco and Ekahau.
  • Ability to work with monitoring tools such as Cisco DNA.
  • Knowledge of authentication systems, particularly Cisco ISE.
  • Understanding of BGP routing protocol.
  • Familiarity with cloud platforms, particularly AWS.

Contract Details:

  • Duration: 12 Months
  • Location: Hybrid - Antwerp/WFH (2 Days a week onsite)
  • Day Rate: 500 Per Day - 600 Per Day
  • Start Date: ASAP

Network Cloud Engineer - 12 Months - Antwerp/WFH

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12 months
Hamilton Barnes
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