Role: IP Design Engineer x 2
Location: Remote, working from home
Contract Length: 3 months (initially)
An exciting role for 2 x IP Design Engineers to join a large global Telecomms company, working from home. The opportunity is to support the business on critical projects for high profile clients.
You will play a key role in helping to deliver the projects and some of the responsibilities include:
-Monitor the performance of the core network against the company's KPIs, and to produce technical plan to maintain performance in a changing environment. This will require evaluation of monitoring tool data, and the proposal of design changes to an operational network
-Maintain the existing network standardisation policies, and where necessary proposal of new ones.
-Supporting the evaluation of vendor software release notes, bug reports, and security advisories.
-Production of routing designs for the mobile MPLS core to meet agreed service targets and resilience levels.
-Production of designs to enable service migrations from an existing Alcatel-Lucent/Nokia MPLS core to a Cisco and Juniper MPLS core.
-Supporting requirements capture, testing and implementation activities. This will require the production and agreement of requirement documentation, test cases and implementation plans.
-Liaising with equipment suppliers to confirm design assumptions, resolve operational performance issues requiring design changes, and attendance of vendor Technical Review Meetings.
-Ensure designs meet requirements relating to Architecture, Legal/Regulatory, Data Protection, and Security.
-Ensure all documentation is peer reviewed, including the review of other design engineers documents
The successful IP Design Engineers will have:
-5 years experience in the areas of IP, MPLS network design in a service provider environment
-A strong understanding of IP, MPLS Transport and Layer2/3 Services and associated protocols and features
-Hands on experience with Alcatel-Lucent/Nokia Cisco and Juniper Core networking technologies including Cisco ASR/ISR Alcatel-Lucent 7750 and Juniper MX/PTX family platforms
-Ideally (but not essential), CCIE or JNCIE or NRS2