Network Administrator I-Field Support
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POST DATE 9/16/2016
END DATE 1/18/2017
The Network Administrator I Field Support applies extensive knowledge of principles, theories, concepts and industry practices for designing, implementing, and maintaining enterprise data, voice, video and Industrial Control System networks. Implements and administers enterprise data, voice and video networks in a twenty-four hour, seven (7) day per week (24x7) mission critical environment for field operations.
Implement, administer and provide hardware and software support for enterprise data and voice networks with various forms of communications including provider-based IP/MPLS and VPLS, private radio, cellular and satellite.
Support enterprise Cisco VoIP telephony/UC solution and end-user requirements across multiple remote sites
Diagnose and resolve technical issues by being able to identify specific service problems impacting the environment (hardware, software, service provider, LAN/WAN, voice, etc.)
Support security policies and procedures by applying and monitoring appropriate security layers to the network
Ensure timely resolution of customer problems
Communicate priority issues and outages with key customers and management
Provide assistance to other IT team members
Performs other duties as required, which may include assignments in job classifications other than the primary assignment.
Bachelor s degree or equivalent in Electrical Engineering, Computer Science, MIS, or related field
Two (2) + years of professional IT experience with specific emphasis on WAN in field operations
Fundamental understanding of layer-2/layer-3 networks
Experience with Cisco networking hardware including switches, routers and firewalls. Cisco certifications preferred.
Experience configuring and administering licensed/unlicensed frequency radios and industrial cellular modems
Experience supporting VSAT communications desirable
Experience installing and maintaining site-to-site VPN and IP/MPLS networks
Fundamental understanding of Industrial Control Systems and communications
Strong interpersonal, organizational and team skills
Solid written and verbal communication skills
Participate in 24x7 support
Extensive travel will be required approximately 80% including overnight
Additional Requirements: Interacts with all levels of personnel and senior internal and external personnel on significant matters often requiring coordination between organizations. Works under general direction. Receives guidance as to results expected and to resolve complex problems. Exercises latitude in determining activities and approaches within moderate to wide parameters.
Working Conditions: Work is normally performed in a climate-controlled environment and outside, where exposure to conditions of extreme heat/cold, poor ventilation, fumes and gases is very limited. Noise level is moderate and includes sounds of a normal office environment. No environmental hazards are encountered in performance of normal job duties.
Physical Demands: Work normally requires finger dexterity and eye-hand coordination to operate computer keyboard at moderate skill level. Work may require occasional pushing, pulling, or carrying 25-pound objects such as files, documents, and computer printouts. Work involves sitting, but may involve standing and walking for brief periods. Climbing a ladder to 10 occasionally required.
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