TCP/IP, Firewalls, VPNs, CCNP or CCIE, OSPF, BGP, and MPLS
Responsible for Integrated Network Operations (data, voice, video and network cabling).
These teams support daily functions, ticketing, on-call, troubleshooting, maintenance, and installation and management of network cable and related infrastructure.
The position is responsible for ensuring all network components are at consistent releases of software and firmware and manages network services including DNS and DHCP, and security services including firewalls and ACL’s.
This position works closely and in collaboration with the Data Security Office ensuring established standards are met.
The Network and Computing Systems (NCS) organization manages and provides support for the University’s integrated network (data/telecommunications/video), data center production control for academic and administrative processing, systems management of enterprise server infrastructure and facilities infrastructure project management.
The Integrated Network Operations (INO) team is responsible for network services implementation and third-level technical support and includes the responsibilities of the Facilities Project Management (FPM) team who are responsible for oversight and change management of the University’s cable plant infrastructure.
These teams also work together to develop, present and manage projects for various University enterprise and departmental customers and provide the primary communication link to the Facilities division.
The combined INO services teams are responsible for operations support data/voice/video services and infrastructure, deployment of enterprise network equipment, monitoring of enterprise network performance and video conferencing.
Five Years of senior-level network engineering in a large, complex and diverse enterprise network.
Solid understanding of TCP/IP and network routing and switching protocols including OSPF, BGP, and MPLS is required.
Experience managing security systems such as Firewalls, VPNs and network services such as F5 Load Balancers.
Excellent interpretive and listening skills.
The ability to address and present technical issues to technical and non-technical staff.
Mastery of e-mail and office productivity tools such as word processing, spreadsheets, presentation software such as PowerPoint, engineering diagramming such as Visio.
Basic understanding of the statistical analysis and budgeting.
The ability to design, monitor and improve quality control procedures
Cisco CCNP or CCIE certification is desired.
Experience with tools such as Cisco Prime, Cisco ISE, Nagios and Solarwinds desired.
Experience with UNIX environment shell scripts, PERL and tools such as CVS desired.
Experience in Systems Programming/Development, Electrical, UPS and power distribution systems, high-density cabling systems is a plus.
Experience with automation, Ansible, and Python is a plus