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Network Engineer Linux Unix

Job Title: Network Engineer Linux Unix
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: London, England
Salary: £60000 - £75000 per annum + benefits
REF: BB/16399/H/AT/200721_1626768713
Contact Name: Support Team
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Job Published: 10 months ago

Job Description

Network Engineer (Linux Unix Bash Python Networking HTTP). Hugely successful tech company that have revolutionised the way people find properties is seeking a Network Engineer with strong networking skills to join their team.

As a Network Engineer you'll be part of the operations team who are responsible for the core infrastructure and the availability of the company website. You'll be responsible for a range of networking tasks including switching, routing, load balancing and traffic management. This is an exciting time to join as there are a number of interesting projects in the pipeline within the team including a move to containerisation with Docker, implementation of a new virtualisation strategy and migrating legacy services to Linux.

Based in London you'll be joining a friendly and supportive company that offer a comprehensive benefits package including; a brand new Mac laptop upon joining, dedicated time to work on your personal projects, health insurance, pension, cycle to work scheme and 25 days holiday.

The position is currently remote, however you'll be expected to work in the office 3 days a week once they reopen.

*Strong Linux / Unix administration skills
*Very experienced with networking including switching, routing, load balancing, traffic management and API gateways
*Scripting skills either with Bash or Python
*Networking security experience (Brocade, Juniper or Cisco)
*Understanding of IT infrastructure components and best practises
*Excellent communication and collaboration skills

As a Network Engineer you can expect to earn a competitive salary (up to £75k) plus benefits.

Apply today or call to have a confidential discussion about this Network Engineer (Linux Bash Networking) role.