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Principle Network Architect (Cisco, SDWAN, Firepower)

Are you looking for a high-level Networking position that offers flexible work hours and some work from home? A consulting company just west of Philadelphia is looking for a Network Architect to join the team. You will be leading a team of 5 but reporting to the Director of IT. Duties will include, Network road mapping including designing and engineering clients Networks from scratch. Almost 100% of clients are all Cisco based so you must have at least 10 years configuring and troubleshooting Routers and Switches, Cisco ASAs (Deployments and Rules), Cisco Wireless, F5 Load Balancing, and VPNs. A few projects coming down the line are implementing clients to SDWAN and Firepower, so having this is a huge plus. This company offers a competitive base + bonus and 100% coverage health for you and all dependents. Required Skills & Experience 10+ years as a Network Engineer Strong Cisco background (Routing/Switching) Cisco ASAs Cisco Wireless VPNs Load Balancing (F5) Strong client facing experience Desired Skills & Experience Bachelor's Degree SDWAN Firepower CCNA, CCNP, CCIE What You Will Be Doing Tech Breakdown 100% Network Engineering Daily Responsibilities 50% Engineering 50% Architecture The Offer Competitive Salary: Up to $150K/year, DOE You will receive the following benefits: Competitive base + bonus Flexible Hours/work from home flexibility Growth potential Excellent health (100% for all dependents)   Applicants must be currently authorized to work in the United States on a full-time basis now and in the future.   Workbridge Associates, part of the Motion Recruitment network, provides IT Staffing Solutions (Contract, Contract-to-Hire, and Direct Hire) in major North American markets. Our unique expertise in today's highest demand tech skill sets, paired with our deep networks and knowledge of our local technology markets, results in an exemplary track record with candidates and clients.
Salary Range: $140K - $150K
Minimum Qualification
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