Financial Services client requires an Infrastructure Engineer for a daily rate contract with experience of administrating infrastructure solutions.
Individuals within the Infrastructure Engineer role of the cyber security project are responsible for the build and operations of, servers, and networks to meet the projects targets. They, install, upgrade, to continuously improve the operating environment within specific areas, Vulnerability management, Seim/SOC etc. This includes monitoring the operating environments, responding to incidents, problems and planning for growth.
Infrastructure Engineers deploy the release of new technologies as well as design, install, configure, maintain and perform testing of PC/server operating systems, networks, and related utilities and hardware. Other responsibilities include activities deemed critical to the project during the project inception. All works carried out while maintaining a secure systems environment. They also provide infrastructure solutions based on cyber security needs and anticipated growth, install new servers and maintain the infrastructure. Infrastructure Engineers work with technical vendors to provide IT services to the project.
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