The Division of Information Systems at the University of Indianapolis seeks applications for a Network & Telecom Technician. This is a full-time staff position.
The network & telecom technician is the primary individual responsible for the day-to-day support, maintenance, and deployment of a robust network infrastructure for the campus in support of wired, wireless, and VoIP technologies. This is a highly technical position with a primary focus on installation, configuration, monitoring, and troubleshooting of Cisco networking systems, Aruba wireless systems, Avaya VoIP systems, and related devices such as UPSs and telecom equipment. Twenty-four-hour NOC support, Cisco engineering, and VOIP management are currently administered by outside firms. This position works closely with these firms and with in-house systems administration staff to provide optimal access to campus-based and remote services.
Special Instructions to Applicants
Required Education/Experience/Skills (Minimum Qualifications)
Bachelor’s degree in a technology-related field and two years of specialized training/demonstrated experience managing and configuring Cisco equipment in a multi-building, VLAN -based environment. Superior technical knowledge in network and telecom systems, strong problem-solving skills, ability to work collaboratively within departments and with campus constituents, and attention to detail are required.
Desired Education/Experience/Skills (Additional Qualifications)
Experience with Cisco IOS , Nexus switches, wireless LAN controllers, APs, and ASA devices. Experience with NAC and Aruba wireless systems, Cisco CCNA certification, familiarity with network applications such as BIND and DHCP , and experience in a higher-education environment.
Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. (extensive night and weekend availability may be required for unforeseen emergencies or planned maintenance)
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Open Until Filled
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