Salary SP37 £42,574.00

Infrastructure Engineer

As one of Scotland’s largest construction companies, with a turnover of circa £200m, City Building provides a range of repairs and maintenance, construction, manufacturing, and refurbishment activities across the public, private, and third sectors.

At City Building, people are at the heart of everything we do. Our people have made our award-winning business the success it is today and as it continues to grow; we want them to be the best they can be and to reach their potential.

We are currently seeking a highly skilled and motivated Infrastructure Engineer to join our dynamic IT team.

The Infrastructure Engineer’s main role will be to work with the IT Infrastructure Manager in designing, implementing, and maintaining the servers, networks, and applications that support City Building’s IT operations. This role encompasses the delivery, integration, and management of Microsoft (and other cloud, as appropriate) services alongside traditional infrastructure components, ensuring stable, secure, and scalable infrastructure for our business solutions and enabling our digital transformation initiatives.

Core technical/functional skills required:
• Proven experience in designing, implementing, and managing enterprise-level infrastructure solutions across hybrid hosting environments (on-premises, co-location, cloud).
• Deep proficiency in configuring and administering:
– Servers (such as Microsoft Windows, RedHat Linux).
– Virtualisation platforms (such as VMWare vSphere, and Microsoft Hyper-V).
– Hyperconverged infrastructure (such as Nutanix).
– Storage systems (such as NetApp).
– Networking equipment/services (routers, switches, firewalls, VPNs).
• Strong knowledge of network protocols and technologies (such as TCP/IP, DNS, DHCP, VLANs, etc.).
• Understanding of cloud computing concepts and experience with designing, deploying, and managing public cloud platforms (such as Azure, AWS, GCP).
• Experience of working with co-location hosting partners
• Demonstrable exposure to configuring and managing Microsoft 365 and Azure services (including Entra), covering migration activities and business user deployment/support.
• Knowledge of infrastructure security best practices and experience implementing infrastructure security controls and monitoring solutions.
• Specific knowledge of configuring infrastructure and end-user services to manage security threats such as phishing, malware, and data breach prevention, as well as implementing encryption and access control policies.
• Hands-on experience with scripting solutions (such as Microsoft PowerShell, Python, Bash).

You will also have responsibility for the preparation of information in relation to your specific sphere of expertise and you will be expected to contribute across all spheres of the business as appropriate.

You should have a minimum of 6 years of experience working in an IT Infrastructure Environment and have excellent interpersonal and communication skills.

We offer a wide-ranging generous benefits package including a pension scheme and access to enhanced leave and sick pay arrangements. As well as a competitive salary we offer a staff discount scheme and family-friendly policies and currently operate hybrid working within the team, however, initial engagement will be 3 months full-time in the office with a move to hybrid working thereafter.

If you feel you have the necessary skills or experience to undertake this role then please forward your CV along with a supporting statement to our HR Section, 350 Darnick Street, Glasgow G21 4BA, or email by close of business on Friday 3rd May 2024.

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