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Network Engineer

We are looking for an experienced Network Engineer with excellent knowledge of Microsoft and Cisco networks appliances to join our Network Engineering Team in Delft, the Netherlands.

Part of the wider IT Department, the Network Engineering Team comprises a talented team of passionate, skilled IT professionals with a “can-do” attitude to rapidly solving network and systems problems.

Network Engineers are responsible for configuring and maintaining Allseas’ network devices and services, monitoring system performance, performing system and equipment tests, checks and upgrades, troubleshooting and providing general IT support across the organisation.

Your role

  • Support, maintain, test, install and document the corporate network environment, including vessels, project sites and yard locations
  • Configure, install and maintain hardware and network devices
  • Monitor network performance and security; ensure system availability and reliability
  • Plan and execute IT infrastructure projects for offices, yards and vessels
  • Apply maintenance schedules
  • Troubleshoot complex installations
  • What we expect from you

  • MBO or HBO degree in Information Technology or related subject
  • Microsoft MCSE, MCITP Systems Administrator (Active Directory) with excellent knowledge of Windows AD, Server 2003-2016, Exchange, Hyper-V and clustering
  • Cisco CCNA certification
  • 5-10 years’ experience in information systems
  • Exceptional troubleshooting skills
  • Willingness to travel
  • What we offer

  • Join a flexible, dedicated and energetic team with a “can-do” attitude
  • Work in a dynamic, world-leading offshore company, with short communication lines
  • Flexible working hours, 30 vacation days (FTE)
  • Good salary and benefits
  • Personal growth and development opportunities, including studies, training and coaching
  • Network Engineer

    Allseas, Delft
    Categories: 
    Network Engineer, Network / Telecom, Engineering
    Degree Level: 
    Master
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