Job Title: Technology Engineer (Network Infrastructure: Aruba)
Job Location: Dubai – UAE
Job Duration: 12 months extendable
Tasks and Responsibilities:
We are looking for a profile that will be focusing on performing engineering and network administration
task that is comprised of the following technologies:
• Cisco campus-grade switches and routers
• DMVPN, OSPF, BGP, IPSec
• Aruba wireless network solutions
• Aruba Clearpass network access control (NAC) technology
• Aruba campus switches
• Versa SDWAN solution
• Among these technologies candidates focus will be on Aruba Wireless and NAC.
• Hardware refresh of Aruba AP-220 Wireless APs
• Migrating wireless access points from tunnel to bridge mode
• Reducing overall technical debt in branch & campus environment
• work in a dynamic yet process-driven environment with rigorous approach to the change
management and with multiple stakeholder teams involved in the initiatives.
Technical skills and other qualifications:
• Proven experience in managing and administering centrally orchestrated geographically (Aruba
WLC/Aruba MM) deployments of ~1000 access points + RAPs. Relevant certifications are welcome.
• Proven experience in managing large scale Aruba ClearPass deployments. Relevant certifications
• Understanding how these solutions must be scaled, observed, and monitored.
• Experience in technologies covered in CCNA/CCNP Routing & Switching track.
• Experience in integration of Aruba Clear pass with other cybersecurity devices in the network, for
• Experience in network automation, track record in automating network-related task.
• Habit of documenting the work being performed.
• Understanding of Agile delivery methodology, ability to plan and execute the work based on the
agreed backlog and report all impediments proactively and clearly.
• Understanding of the concept of e2e accountability for the task
• Track record in stakeholder management is required.
• Ability to approach critical situations fully engaged, yet with cool mind and tolerance to the
environment that can be stressful at these critical times.
• Understanding of ITSM practices and tolerance for going through tight change management
• Understanding that some network changes can only be done out of working hours and acceptance
that because of this out of hours work will occur.
• Readiness to be on-call as L3 support as a part of rotation (not immediately required, but can be
required in the future)