Lead Network Engineer
5 months ago
The Network Engineer II is expected to have a broad level of knowledge of network domain technologies, platforms, and principles, including route/switch protocols, LAN/WAN, wireless networking, datacenter, high-availability design, Application Delivery Controller, Web Application Firewall, Domain Name Service and IP management, Data Visibility Fabric, Content Delivery Network, Data Analytics, WAN optimization, Network Time Protocol, and Network Monitoring. A Mid-Level Network Engineer will preferably have experience with one or more network automation tools and/or programming languages. They lead, facilitates, and assists senior engineers with developing strategic architecture for next-generation network services and emerging transport methods. Makes well thought out decisions on moderate-to-complex network engineering issues. Engineers, develops, and tests infrastructure. The individual will also be responsible for assisting in the definition of monitoring and trending scenarios for the operational teams to increase efficiencies. Will assist in driving complex modifications and/or upgrades to existing network infrastructure in support of evolving enterprise requirements. Is vigilant on unit cost reduction and cost containment. Propagates common goals, direction, and standards established by more Senior Engineers. Acts as a source of direction, training, and guidance for less experienced team members. Monitors project schedules and unit/total costs. Provides escalation support as required. Must be able to communicate effectively with both management and technical staff. Must have strong problem solving skills under minimal direction. Typically requires 6 to 8 years of hands-on network experience.