Infrastructure Engineer

Infrastructure Engineer – 12 months contract – Inside IR35

My customer requires an Infrastructure Engineer to join them for a period of 12 months.

This Infrastructure Engineer offers Hybrid working, with occasional Data Centre visits required when issues can not be resolved remotely.

Key duties/responsibilities for the Infrastructure Engineer will include:

  • Previous experience working as an Infrastructure Engineer
  • Previous experience of working in a Data Centre Environment
  • Able to travel and provide on-site support covering both Slough and Reading
  • Provide a physical presence in the Data Centres and has the ability to perform updates, upgrades and support Hardware/Software failures
  • Resolve incidents with Servers, Networks and Telecoms Infrastructure
  • Experience with Windows Server – 2008 – 2022
  • Experience with Virtualisation tools such as VMWare
  • Hyperconverged Infrastructure experience – Nutanix ideally
  • Back-up experience – Ideally Cohesity
  • Basic Networking experience
  • Basic Firewall experience – Checkpoint firewalls
  • Experience with Cloud products would be beneficial – Azure and AWS
  • Any Office 365/O365 would be useful
  • Any Linux knowledge would be advantageous

My customer is ideally looking for a Infrastructure Engineer to start immediately, however they will wait for 4 weeks for the right person.

To discuss this exciting Infrastructure Engineer opportunity in more detail, please APPLY NOW for a no obligation chat with your VIQU Consultant. Additionally, you can contact Connor Smal by exploring the VIQU IT Recruitment website.

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