Consultant, Network Engineering

Who is Mastercard?

We are the global technology company behind the world's fastest payments processing network. We are a vehicle for commerce, a connection to financial systems for the previously excluded, a technology innovation lab, and the home of Priceless ®. We ensure every employee has the opportunity to be a part of something bigger and to change lives. We believe as our company grows, so should you. We believe in connecting everyone to endless, priceless possibilities.

Job Title

Consultant, Network Engineering

Overview
•The ability to build and operate a payments processing platform in a new market
•Represent Mastercard operations & technology interests within region
•Viewed as the subject matter expert in your particular field of expertise
•Ability to work in a "start-up" environment
•Closely liaison with key stakeholders and potential 3rd party resources
•Have you ever brought a product to market in an emerging market?
•Have you worked in a "start-up" environment from design-build-operate?
•What experiences do you have working in a highly regulated environment?

Role
•Leads leading complex initiatives and projects
•Applies technical capabilities within own discipline to coach and develop junior employees
•Provides input into performance appraisal process for some junior employees or team members
•Participates in the purchase, installation, and support of network communications
•Works on complex system issues where analysis of situation requires in-depth evaluation of various factors
•Assists in the planning of large scale systems projects

All About You
•IT experience including being involved in IT projects on a full time basis
•Working closely with external IT vendors and monitoring/ tracking vendor standards and deliverables
•Advanced experience in platforms and infrastructure
•Advanced experience in operating in a global environment

Mastercard is an inclusive Equal Employment Opportunity employer that considers applicants without regard to gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, race, ethnicity, disabled or veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.​


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