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Hunter Bond: Network Engineer – $180k Cad + Bonus + Package – Elite Quant Trading Firm

Hunter Bond

This is a Full-time position in Montreal, QC posted February 27, 2021.

Job title:Network EngineerClient:Elite Quant Fund Award-winning tech-focused firm Salary:Up to $180,000 CAD + package + offers an exceptional guaranteed bonusLocation:MontrealExperience: 2-7 years My client are looking for a highly-talented Network Engineer to work as part of one of the most technically advanced teams in Montreal.

There is no red-tape and within a year of being here, you will be one of the most sought after engineers in North America.

This is one of the best opportunities for a passionate networking enthusiast out there working on the newest and best tech around with a chance to make your mark on a growing organisation.

Skills/ExperienceBetween 2-7 years of experience with large high-performance networksGood knowledge of LinuxSome experience with Network AutomationStrong knowledge of Switches, Routers, Fortigate firewalls, ISE, IPS/IDSExperience with multicast networks is a plusA CCNP, CCIE or Comp Sci Degree is a plusRoleBuilding out incredibly high-tech network infrastructure Automating and optimising anything and everythingMonitoring, ensuring and improving the high-performance networksWorking with international industry leadersDeep low-latency networkingBenefitsFlexible hours/work optionsThe chance to work with the most cutting-edge technology in the IndustryTechnologists only report to technologistsUnbelievable bonus schemeSmall team size in a growing company so an ability to make a significant impactConstantly exciting greenfield projects in an ever-evolving environmentNo red tapeBeautiful offices