Kellogg Brown & Root (www.kbrjobs.com)
KBR has been awarded a support contract by the UK Ministry of Defence (UK MOD). Under the terms of the contract, KBR will provide communications network operations, maintenance, and training services in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. This is a significant project that expands our portfolio of work with the UK MOD and in the Middle East.
Under the contract, KBR is seeking to recruit staff to deliver:
· Support in delivering IP Telephony, host applications such as Network Management System, Cable Management Systems and incident management software.
· Operation of Service Desks.
· Support to maintain operational capability of Fixed & Deployable equipment/capabilities.
· Design & deliver a new Management Information System
· Technical & English Language Training.
· Built Estate maintenance and upkeep.
The IT Manger is responsible the setup and support of the underpinning business support network, infrastructure and end user devices for supporting the KBR-SL IT infrastructure, systems, assets, and services, providing solution to problems and recommending enhancements to existing systems and processes.
They will have several team members reporting to them comprised of both senior engineers and junior network technicians.
3. Qualifications, Experience and Skills
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4. Core Responsibilities and Duties
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