Head of Enterprise Infrastructure - £100k

Head of Enterprise Infrastructure - £100k
  • £90,000 - £100,000 per Year
    YEAR
  • Permanent
  • Basingstoke, Hampshire, England, UK Fanum House, Basing View, Basingstoke RG21 4EA Basingstoke Hampshire GBR RG21 4EA
Job Ref: 50210149
Sector: Cloud and Infrastructure
Date Added: 15 October 2020

Head of Enterprise Infrastructure

£100k + Package

Basingstoke Area

I am representing a well-established UK brand in completing a business-critical infrastructure hire. They are looking for highly experienced Head of Enterprise Infrastructure to join and lead a global team and to help drive growth across all areas of IT.

You will be responsible for the all of the Enterprise-wide core technology operations & delivery, which incorporates Windows & Unix Servers, Storage, Cloud / IaaS, Networks and Voice

Key Responsibilities- Responsible for the overall Strategy, Planning & Roadmap for Enterprise Infrastructure- You will handle the ongoing refresh and enhancements of infrastructure in line with Enterprise Architectural standards.- Provide Technical Leadership of Database & Middle ware, which will include technical designs resource- You need to be able to lead a large team with helping migrate their legacy systems to the cloud- Have experience working closely with outsource partners and ensuring they are delivering as expected and required

Skills/Experience- Strong background of technical understanding in Windows Sever, Virtualisation, Storage and Cloud- Database skills in Oracle & SQL- Experience in Voice and Network - Cisco CheckpointEducation and Qualifications:- Educated to degree level or equivalent- Related professional qualifications are beneficial, but not essential.

Please apply for this role with your most up to date and relevant CV

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14/11/2020 14:08:05
GBP 90000 90000
Contact Consultant:
Thomas Cowell

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