Network Specialist Job Vacancy at Nigerian Exchange Group
NGX Group is a leading financial market infrastructure provider connecting Nigeria, Africa and the world. We are looking for a Network Specialist Job Vacancy to work with our Technology Support and Infrastructure team.
The Network Specialist is responsible for evaluating various requirements which feeds into design recommendation, project planning and installation of data networks in consultation with end-users. They are expected to make recommendations for network maintenance and enhancement with the aim of ensuring uptime of all systems in line with any SLAs.
The NGX Group (NGX) is a leading financial market infrastructure provider in Africa, connecting Nigeria and Africa with the world. It offers services such as listing, trading and electronic clearing, settlement and delivery and market data dissemination. Interested and qualified applicants should apply for the Network Specialist Job Vacancy at NGX.
The successful candidate will be responsible for conducting on-site and off-site inspections of NGX Trading License Holders in line with the Risk Based Supervision framework of NGX RegCo.
He/she will also be responsible for preparing all reports and publications for use internally and externally within stipulated timelines. He/she will also be required to carry out pre-trade inspections of newly licensed firms. A strong understanding of Capital Market rules and regulations and broad Inspections & Examinations experience are key qualifications for this role.
A network specialist is an expert in the field of computer networks. They set up the internal network systems of a company and they also make sure that all communication lines within the company work properly. They are able to reduce the cost of the company as their services and maintenance work helps all the computers and the systems in the company to work for a long time.
The job responsibilities of the network specialist include installing, configuring, testing and maintaining new and existing IT infrastructure, software, computer networks and server networks. They also assess the performance of these networks, working to ensure they are optimised for the best possible flow of information and security.
The qualifications required to become a Network Specialist is usually a bachelor degree in IT, computer science or a related field. However, some employers may accept a vocational education and training (VET) qualification or an equivalent level of experience.
The job requirements for the Network Specialist Job Vacancy at Nigerian Exchange Group require candidates to have extensive knowledge of network connectivity, technologies, protocols, and security. They also need to be able to diagnose and resolve network production problems.
The Network Specialist is responsible for evaluating the company’s needs and coordinating network infrastructure development with IT. They also ensure that network servers have secure and stable connectivity to the internet.
They also test network protocols and develop backup, archiving, and data retrieval procedures. They also test and monitor server capacity and performance to keep up with demand in online traffic. They also provide technical support to users.
Method of Application
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NGX is a financial market infrastructure provider in Africa connecting Nigeria and the world. They are currently recruiting to fill this position.
This position is a full time job with an attractive salary. The job holder is responsible for evaluating various requirements which feeds into design recommendation, project planning and installation of data networks in consultation with end-users.
This person will also be expected to make recommendations for network maintenance and enhancement with the aim of ensuring uptime of all systems in line with any SLAs. He or she will be required to work closely with other departments such as Risk Management, Compliance and Internal Audit for effective controls.