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Network Engineer with WAN expertise for Tanzania
Job ID IT JOBS#44
Location: Dar-es-Salaam, Tanzania
Required Skills:

Our client, founded in 2004, is a Tier-1 Carriers-Carrier that provides full-integrated next generation telecommunications solutions to operators in sub-saharan Africa.
The company requires a Network Engineer for its Tanzania office to be based in Dar-es-Salaam.
Job Description

The candidate should be:

- Bachelor of Computer Science or Information Systems or Electrical Engineering
- CCNA, CCNP, Linux/Unix and MCSE Certified
- Should have excellent knowledge of WAN, LAN protocols
- Network Security
- Have minimum 2 years experience

Required Skills
- Professional attitude and appearance
- Excellent customer service and communication skills
- Excellent problem solving skills and deductive reasoning
- Willingness to learn new technologies
- Must be willing to participate in rotating on-call schedule
- Able to meet Deadlines
- Self motivated
- Able to work independently

Contract Type: Full Time, Permanent

Location: Dar-es-Salaam, Tanzania

itForte is one of the leading Recruitment Agencies in India with specialization in the IT and Telecom sector recruitments.

Tanzania, officially the United Republic of Tanzania is located in East Africa and is bordered by Congo, Kenya, Mozambique, Zambia and Uganda and among others. Tanzania is the world's 31st-largest country.

Dar es Salaam with a population of 2.7 million remains Tanzania's principal commercial city with most of the government institutions based in the city.

The country’s economy is mostly based on agriculture, minerals, natural gas and tourism. Tanzania contains many large and ecologically significant wildlife parks, including the famous Serengeti and Mikumi National Parks.

It has a tropical climate. In the highlands, temperatures range between 10 and 20 °C during cold and hot seasons respectively.

As of 2010, the estimated population of Tanzania was 43 Million consisting of approximately 62% Christians, 35% Muslims, and 3% followers of indigenous religions. There are also active communities of other religious groups, primarily on the mainland, such as Hindus, Buddhists and Bahá'ís.

Swahili and English are the official languages – the other spoken languages are Gujarati, Portuguese and French.