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Senior & Mid Level - Network Engineer

  • 13Aug
  • IT Infrastructure
  • Dublin South
  • permanent
  • Negotiable

Job Description

The Role and the Company:

My client is currently seeking to fulfill two Network Engineer positions on a permanent basis. The roles is situated in south Dublin within a market leading company, accompanied by excellent salary and benefits packages ranging from €50-€70k.

The ideal candidate would hold experience in one or more of the following areas;

  • CCNP or 3+ years experience at this level 
  • Experience working with a large variance of network devices etc.
  • Experience with routers/switches/firewalls/Load Balancers

EU Passport or Stamp 4 visa essential to the application

If you would like to learn more about this opportunity, please do not hesitate forward me your CV on danny.hughes@realtime.jobs in the strictest confidence and a time you would like me to give you a call.

Education Level Required

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