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Job 110457

Network System Engineer - Luzern


  • Responsible for the operations of secure and highly available network based on Cisco and Aruba devices: Install, maintain, upgrade, and continuously improve the company network environment (LAN/WAN).
  • Maintain the ongoing reliability, performance and support of the infrastructure which includes monitoring the operating environments; responding to incidents, problems and planning for growth.
  • Deploy the release of new technologies as well as design, install, configure, maintain and perform testing of new network and security systems, and related tools.
  • Provide network solutions based on application needs and anticipated growth, install new devices and maintain the current infrastructure.
  • Share the expertise and provide individual training and support.
  • Work together with other technical staff and vendors to provide IT services to all company teams.


  • Expert knowledge Cisco and Aruba Network Administration
  • Expert in Routing and Switching in Enterprise Networks (WAN and LAN)
  • Expert knowledge in Checkpoint Firewalls (Firewalling and VPN)
  • Good knowledge of General Network Security including Micro Segmentation
  • Good knowledge of SD-WAN concepts (Routing, Overlay/Underlay)
  • English Language is a must (needs to be a National in the Green Section of the ITAR list) and German language is considered as a plus


Alex Machold
Telefon: +41 43 5086291
  • Branche Anlagen- und Maschinenbau
  • Ort Luzern
  • Start asap
  • Dauer 31.07.2020 ++
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