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Weir Marine Engineering (WME) is looking for an IT Network Specialist to join our team and contribute to the development, test and evaluation of IT networks onboard the Royal Canadian Navy ships and submarines. This is a permanent, full-time position at the NETE facility in Montreal (LaSalle), Quebec,
In this position, you will develop the documentation and the configuration to evaluate and test network and security designs, provided by the Team’s network architects, on replicas of ship systems in a lab environment. You will also develop the procedures to automate and deploy the configurations on the pre-production environment, and to use for deployment in production on ships by coastal support staff. You will have the chance to learn new technologies and integrate them in a very unique environment, based on SDN concepts, cyber defense and cyber monitoring.
This is a technical, hands-on position, where you will be expected to support projects led by others and share your expertise with team members. It is not an internal IT operations role, does not involve any user support, and does not have any on-call requirement.
Including but not limited to:
Bilingual (English/French) with proficiency in technical writing in English and the ability to communicate effectively at all levels with peers, supervisors and client
Knowledge and experience in the following areas are applicable to the environment and would be an asset:
Eligible to obtain a Government of Canada security clearance (requires Canadian citizenship and 10 years of residence in Canada).
The reference number for the position is 06-501.