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Sr. Network Engineer

The Senior Network Engineer is responsible for the following: designs and implements network features and configurations for various small or simple networks and client sites OR assists senior/consulting telecommunications personnel on large or complex voice, data, or local area networks and client sites; assists in providing troubleshooting and/or disaster recovery services to data centers or client sites as needed; conducts portions of and/or assists others in preparing materials for presentations made to client and data center personnel; participates in an on-call rotation and performs other duties as assigned.
Skill set:
Strong background with Cisco products
ATM & Frame Relay experienced
Ability to configure and troubleshoot MPLS WAN connections
Experience in network analytics
IOS Router Upgrades
Install and maintain CISCO firewalls
Install and maintain CISCO LAN Switches.
Knowledge of Network Design / Implementation
Knowledge with Voice Over IP (VoIP) technologies, deployment & troubleshooting
Knowledge with Quality of Service (QoS) and Network Optimization
Able to Configure and troubleshoot OSPF, BGP, and EIGRP routing protocols
Strong routing troubleshooting skills Able to deploy Routers at remote locations
Strong Customer Services Skills
Dependable and Self Motivated
Education/Experience requirements:
College degree in a Technical or a related field and 2-4 years professional level experience; or 6 years professional level related Technical experience; or an equivalent combination of education and professional level related Technical experience required.
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