CCNA Network Engineer at Braeriach Ltd, UK, Part-Time, Freelance Rate

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  • Nov 15, 2023
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Contract Description

Job Title: CCNA Network Engineer - Freelance/Part-time

Company: Braeriach Ltd

Job Type: Part-time, Freelance

Location: Scotland, England, Ireland, Wales (On the road)

Salary: Depends Upon Experience / Portfolio

Braeriach Ltd is actively seeking experienced CCNA Network Engineers to join our dynamic talent pool. This unique opportunity involves onboarding onto our system, enabling us to seamlessly connect with you for upcoming projects aligned with your skill set.

Schedule:

Monday to Friday

Overtime may be required

Qualifications:

Experience: 3 years in network engineering (preferred)

Licence/Certification: CCNA (preferred)

Licence/Certification: CSCS (preferred)

Licence/Certification: iPAF (preferred)

Licence/Certification: SPA/UKPIA (preferred)

Work Location:

On the road - offering flexibility to work across Scotland, England, Ireland, and Wales.

Responsibilities:

Collaborate with our team to ensure efficient network operations.

Respond promptly to technical issues and provide effective solutions.

Implement and maintain network security protocols.

Perform regular system upgrades.

Requirements:

Proven experience as a CCNA Network Engineer.

Strong knowledge of network infrastructure and protocols.

Ability to troubleshoot and resolve network issues promptly.

Excellent communication and collaboration skills.

CCNA certification is preferred.

How to Apply:

If you are a skilled CCNA Network Engineer seeking exciting freelance/part-time opportunities, we invite you to join our talent pool. Please submit your resume along with a brief cover letter highlighting your relevant experience to join-us@braeriach.com.

Note: This is a zero-hour contract position, and work assignments will be offered based on project requirements.

Job Types: Part-time, Freelance

Salary: £10.00-£30.00 per hour

Ability to commute/relocate:

  • Scotland: reliably commute or plan to relocate before starting work (required)