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Topic # 217745 10-Jul-2017 20:06
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Hi, looking for a network or systems engineering role (with network bent) in the Wgtn region, Contract or Permanent, full details on my Linkedin profile below, but key competency details follow.

 

 

 

Key Competencies:
- Network design, deployment and maintenance, switching, routing, wireless , and server hardware.

 

- Strong vendor proficiency on Allied Telesis, HP, Huawei, and Cisco switching, routing and wireless.

 

- Strong vendor proficiency on WatchGuard, Fortinet and Mikrotik firewalls and UTM devices.

 

- Strong vendor proficiency on Aerohive, Ruckus, Aruba and Huawei wireless.

 

- Very hands on network design and deployments, from cabling to IP schema and routing .

 

- Solid hardware and IP stack knowledge, with strong technical design and documentation initiative.

 

- Strong MS Server deployment experience on both Hyper-V & VMware Hypervisors, network & Storage

 

- Proficient in designing and deploying MS core server roles, ie AD, Cert, DNS, DHCP, RDS, Files services etc.

 

- Deployed services and servers in Azure and AWS.

 

- Extensive G-Suite and O365 administration and migration.

 

- Pride my self in working under pressure and devising optimal project outcomes.

 

- Keen and inclusive team player that enjoys seeing team members enabled, engaged and rewarded for input and
skills.

 

 www.linkedin.com/in/stephen-abbot-43737122 

 

Cheers

 

Cyril


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  Reply # 1871083 22-Sep-2017 15:32
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Would've had a great role for you, but I hear a rumour you've landed something?






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  Reply # 1871088 22-Sep-2017 15:41
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Hi Mark, yes have indeed once security checks are made, but thanks for the interest.

 

Cheers

 

Cyril


 
 
 
 




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Hi Mark, yes have indeed once security checks are made, but thanks for the interest.

 

Cheers

 

Cyril


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