Network Automation Engineer (EK-11634)

A munkáltatóról / About the company
On behalf of our multinational Client we are looking for a qualified Network Automation Engineer to their Budapest office.
Pozíció részletezése / Position overview
We are looking for a Network Automation Engineer who is as passionate about our vision as we are. This includes the following responsibilities:

• Develop code in Python (using modules and JSON files) and/or Ansible (playbooks, YAML, Jinja2 templates) and being
familiar with Git development practices
• Have experience using/developing/maintaining REST and/or RESTFul API
• Integrate code with other solutions (e.g. Vault, AWX) and general scripting capabilities
• Have systems skills about, for example, Kubernetes and VMware. General, basic Linux skills
• (plus) Familiarity/experience with Nautobot/Netbox, Network Automation Source of Truth
• Be familiar with monitoring topics (alerting, telemetry)
• Be familiar with Agile practice (work on Sprint target and managing activities ticket)
• Be familiar with network topics
• Network knowledge regarding devices attributes (e.g. IP, firewall rules)
• (good to have) Network domains knowledge as Firewall, LAN, WAN, etc.

The colleague will:
• Work in an international and multi-skills Network Automation Squad. Few business trips could be required to meet the
other team members
• Be responsible for operating and maintaining the underlying infrastructure (Kubernetes/Docker/Cloud environment)
and/or the already developed code and integration
• Be part of development activities and eventual discovery/design activities related to new workflows

What we offer:
• Annual Bonus based on Performance
• Flexible Working Hours & Ability to Work From Home
• Learning & Career Development Opportunities
• Supportive Work Culture & Regular Team Events
• Employee Discounts & Company Offerings
• Discount on “All You Can Move” Sport Pass


Cím: 1134 Budapest, Dévai utca 19. VIII/811

E-mail cím: office[kukac]

Mobil: +36 70 399 9557

+36 70 668 1682
(English speaking contact)