The Network Engineer’s role is to ensure the stability and integrity of in-house data, networking equipment, and wireless network services. This is achieved by planning, designing, and developing local area networks (LANs) and wide area networks (WANs) across the organization. In addition, the Network Engineer will participate with the installation, monitoring, maintenance, support, and optimization of all network hardware, software, and communication links. This individual will also analyze and resolve network hardware connectivity problems in a timely and accurate fashion, and provide end user training where required.
Proven experience and success with LAN, WAN, WLAN, and WWAN design and implementation required. Proven experience with network capacity planning, network security principles, and general network management best practices. Strong, hands-on technical knowledge of networking and Cisco operating systems, Watchguard experience desired. Working technical knowledge of current network hardware, protocols, and Internet standards, including [Cisco, Watchguard, MPLS circuits, IPSec, VPN.] Excellent hardware troubleshooting experience. Knowledge of applicable data security best practices. Competence with testing tools and procedures for voice and data circuits. Good understanding of the organization’s goals and objectives. Knowledge of applicable data security best practices. Must be able to speak, read and write in English and be able to communicate with all levels of users. University degree in computer science or electrical engineering and/or 5 years equivalent work experience. Certifications in Cisco networking and configuration. Knowledge of Watchguard products a plus. On-call availability for […] days per month. Occasional inspection of cables in floors and ceilings. Lifting and transporting of moderately heavy objects, such as computers and periphals.
Word & Brown Companies - 14 months ago
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