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Paxus Network Architect – Security Contract in Melbourne VIC

Paxus

Branch Melbourne VIC AU

Position:
Network Architect – Security
Location:
Melbourne VIC

Managing relationships with multiple network vendors. Driving cost effective architectures that ensure maximum value of network services….

Currently recruiting for a Network Architect to work on a number of initiatives relevant to corporate security platforms/technologies. 6 months. Currently recruiting for a dynamic and forward thinking Senior Network Architect to work on a large scale transformation project based in the Melbourne CBD. As the Network Architect, you will provide technical leadership and work on a number of initiatives that relate to corporate security platforms/technologies

On a day to day basis you will be responsible for:
Implementing technical solutions for specific projects as defined by the project team
Designing and reviewing existing network and outlining areas for improvement with the ability to present and support design decisions to senior stakeholders.
Communicating and documenting complex technical issues
Managing relationships with multiple network vendors
Driving cost effective architectures that ensure maximum value of network services
In order to be considered for this role you will bring with you:
Practical experience in creating and implementing networking technologies
Proven experience working in a project team with technical solution delivery experienced
Knowledge of formal methodologies/frameworks (TOGAF, ITIL, COBIT etc)
CCIE certified is a MUST have
Experience in the management of large scale Security network infrastructure projects

To be considered for the role click the ‘Apply’ button or for more information about this and other opportunities please contact Ferid Klancevic on 03 86804206. Please quote our job reference number: 200166897. CBD location ASAP start Large organisation

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Employment Type: Freelance
Location: Melbourne, VIC, AU
Posted on: 2017-04-23
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