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Network Engineer IV
Ref No.: 18-07495
Location: Frisco, Texas
Requires some training in fields such as computer science, Information systems, engineering, and business administration or similar vocations generally obtained through completion of a four-year Bachelor's Degree program, technical vocational training, or equivalent combination of experience and education. Normally requires a minimum of eight (8) years directly related and progressively responsible experience.
• Proficiency in IPv4 subnet schemes and an understanding of the OSI mode, TCP/IP protocol suite, Layer1/2 WAN protocols, LAN/WAN topologies.
• Working knowledge of the following: BGP, OSPF, EIRGP, MPLS, LDP, RSVP, AnyConnect VPN, Site to Site VPN's, DMVPN, GRE/IPSEC VPN
• Familiarity and/or working knowledge of HPE switches, Aruba Wireless, and general SD-WAN knowledge.
• Take a Leadership role as provide Technical guidance to projects big or small that may span across departments.
• Experience with network security, network firewalls, access control management, and standard security
• Expert knowledge of modern campus network design in mixed vendor environments.
• Strong interpersonal skills
• Strong analytical and problem-solving skills
• Effective team leader and decision maker
• Ability to work effectively with all levels of management
• Ability to prioritize work load and consistently meet deadlines
• Good group presentation skills
• Ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing
• Strong organizational skills; attention to detail
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an associate to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions:
• Sedentary physical activity requiring reaching, sifting, lifting, finger dexterity, grasping, feeling, repetitive motions, talking and hearing.
• Visual requirement is for close vision, distance vision, peripheral vision and ability to adjust focus.
• 75% or more time is spent looking directly at a computer.
Associate is frequently required to stand, walk (or otherwise be mobile).