Network Analyst – Top International Law Firm – Excellent Salary + Generous Benefits

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  • Salary : Up To £70,000

A leading international law firm is hiring a new Network Analyst to join their London office on an initial 12-month fixed term contract:


  • Salary to £70,000
  • Hybrid working (2 days remote)
  • Fantastic employee benefits

The Network Analyst will be responsible for the day-to-day management of all networking topologies, including but not limited to: WAN, LAN, MPLS, Wi-Fi, Internet and Unified Communications, ensuring all network devices are configured and operating in line with industry best practices and the firm’s IT policies.


Key Responsibilities:

  • Maintain all networking topologies including but not limited to WAN, LAN, MPLS, Wi-Fi, Internet and Unified Communications systems
  • Create and execute a maintenance plan to ensure all networking firewall and telephone systems are keep up to date with security and software patches
  • Conduct research on network products, services, protocols, and standards in support of network procurement and development efforts. Evaluate and recommend for purchase networking hardware, software and telephony products
  • Incident Management – responsible for technical troubleshooting and responding to emergency outages in accordance with business continuity and disaster recovery plans
  • Support development and implementation of networking, firewall and telephony initiatives/projects
  • Liaise with vendors and 3rd parties for technical escalations and managed services under direction of Infrastructure TL or Head of IT Operations


Key Skills:

  • Minimum of 5 years’ experience in an IT Networking and Security role, in a law firm or similar professional services
  • Experience of working in an ITIL operational process environment and ideally having worked within an ISO 27001 accredited environment or equivalent
  • Well-developed troubleshooting skills
  • Working knowledge of Subnets, vLAN, TCP/IP, WAN including MPLS, LES, SDWAN, internet networks, Networking protocols, SIP, ISDN, OSPF/BGP, Site to site and client VPN