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Network engineer (80 - 90%)Ref. 2022_025
Are you interested in working in the circle of scientists in a modern hardware & software environment?
The Information Services team (part of the global Research Emerging Technology Engineering group) is an integral part of the research environment and supports both the technical-scientific and the administrative part of the IBM Research Laboratory in Rüschlikon.
To expand our team, we are looking for a
Network engineer (80 - 90%)As the local lead network engineer within a global team, you will be responsible for the local network infrastructure based on state-of-the-art solutions/technologies and work closely together with leading providers (Cisco / Palo Alto) in all network and security related areas.
IBM is committed to diversity at the workplace. With us you will find an open, multicultural environment. Excellent flexible working arrangements enable all genders to strike the desired balance between their professional development and their personal lives.
How to apply
If you are interested in this exciting position, please submit your application below.
In your application, please refer to myScience.ch and reference JobID 56190.
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