Network Engineer

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Provo, UT
Job Type
Direct Hire
Sep 01, 2017
Job ID
The Network Engineer designs, programs, maintains, optimizes, and supports Layer 2  of the university network. This includes both the wired switch and wireless networks.  This position participates in project teams to design appropriate solutions for university business needs. This position also supports these networks as issues are reported or identified. This position is closely tied to the Network Installation team and offers support and training to this team.  This person will be assigned to train and mentor student employees participating in the same role. This position could be asked to supervise student employees.

Skills, Experience, and Knowledge we are Seeking:
You do not have to have all of these qualifications to be considered, but the more you have, the more likely you will be successful as a candidate.
The ideal candidate will have a firm understanding of network layers 1, 2, and 3 technologies. They will be able to design networks at each level, and perform related tasks. These tasks will optimize the structure of the network, and will include:        
•       Designing and maintaining network and data center architectures
•       Internetworking troubleshooting in a large-scale network environment
•       Network management, network availability, admission control, and capacity planning
•       Switch and router management
•       Utilizing AutoCad and/or Visio for planning and design
The ideal candidate will have a working knowledge of the following:
•       Fiber theory
•       Operating Environments: Windows, Linux, OS X, Android, iOS, etc.
•       Service development
•       Infrastructure implementation (repository implementation, monitoring, and management systems)
•       Multi-vendor network equipment configuration and management including Cisco, Xirrus, and HP/Aruba network devices
•       Enterprise class wireless system management, operation, optimization, and maintenance
•       BICSI network infrastructure standards