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Digital: 3 Jobs

Project Coordinator

£300 - £300

PROJECT COORDINATOR

Location: Birmingham - some travel required

Rate: £300 per day

Contract Duration: ASAP – Until March 2019

Project Coordinator, Issue Management, Project Coordination

A new opportunity has come up for an experienced Project Coordinator to work for a fantastic globally recognised site based in Birmingham.

Core Responsibilities:

  • Tracking work streams and progress reporting
  • Pulling together reports on live and completed activities
  • Supporting Project Managers – Chasing and query handling
  • Coordinating project schedules, resources, equipment and information.
  • Liaising with clients to identify and define project requirements, scope and objectives.
  • Ensuring that clients' needs are met as the project evolves.

Skill Requirements:

  • Strong proven and evident experience of project coordination
  • Highly organised individual
  • Capable of excellent effective clear communication
  • Strong MS Excel skills
  • Strong attention to details
  • Excellent team ethic
  • Efficient planning skills
  • Ability to communicate with stakeholders at all levels; excellent verbal and written communication

If you feel that you are interested and a closely suitable applicant for the above, please apply today to be considered.

Fibre Planner

£350 - £450

Skills: Fibre, Duct, Fibre Services, Fibre Engineers, Design, Plan, Delivery, Security Clearance, SC, Security Cleared, GIS, Smallword,

Our Glasgow based client requires two Fibre Planners for an initial 3-month contract to assist them with the planning, design and delivery of fibre and copper pilot cables.

The purpose of this role is to provide those planning and design services as well as support a Project Management Office during the delivery phase of these activities.

Please note to the nature of this project and time constraints candidates will need to hold valid and current Security Clearance.

Key Accountabilities:

  • Design of the external elements of the Fibre and Duct Network for new customer connections
  • Plan and design all external duct and fibre/copper infrastructure to achieve customer site connections.
  • Use customer CAD drawings and GIS as necessary as well as conduct site surveys and attend site meetings.
  • Engage with supply chains to obtain costed responses to designs/plans and validate/challenge responses as necessary.

Skills & Experience

  • Demonstrable knowledge of fibre network construction & architecture practices
  • Demonstrable knowledge of NRSWA
  • Ability to read fibre optic test results (OTDR, ILM’s)
  • Demonstrable AutoCAD capability
  • Some knowledge of Scottish Power & OpTel Network Architecture
  • Ability to use SmallWorld GIS
  • SC level Security Clearance

Please submit your CV for immediate consideration.

Linux Specialist/Top Tier Bank/Linux Engineering & Projects

£200 - £200

For our Transport / Logistics Client based in the NorthWest Region we are looking for a Linux Application Specialist

 

Our Client requires two standard Linux images - RedHat and CentOs.

 

This work will require several distinct phases to be completed

  • The design of a Template Linux Image
    • A design task to decide the configuration of both the source image (which is utilised as a template) AND the final ‘deployed’ image. 

 

  • Creation of the Deployment process (based on a VMWare hypervisor) which will deploy a base OS image into the MAG estate for consumption by an application. This will address points such as
    • What hardening is required on the final BAU image
    • How IP addresses are allocated
    • T-Shirt sizing for Linux images (small, medium, large)
    • Hardening selections to be applied as the server image is deployed
    • Which tools need to be installed (and where from) for management, backup, Anti-Virus, Active Directory Management etc
    • Method of joining the server image to the AD Domain – and credentials to utilise

Expected Workload:

  • Installation features to be included / excluded
  • Hardening required based on the CIS guidelines we already have in AD
  • Patching approach – akin to WSUS and starting from the current Windows approach
  • other security configuration – AV, AD membership
  • Patching – WSUS type
  • monitoring
  • Integration with AD for account management

If this sounds like a good fit please get in contact with an up to date copy of your CV.