Network Engineer 9/3/2016

Vdart Atlanta, GA

Company
Vdart
Job Classification
Full Time
Company Ref #
28932915
AJE Ref #
576087803
Location
Atlanta, GA
Job Type
Regular

JOB DESCRIPTION

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JOB TITLE: SENIOR NETWORK ENGINEER

LOCATION: ATLANTA,GA

START DATE: 08/29/2016 END DATE: 02/24/2017

CLIENT: AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY

JOB DESCRIPTION

Major purpose:

This "hands-on" position is a key contributor to the overall design, planning, operating and implementation of network installations throughout the ACS enterprise, and works closely with other engineering and development areas to build a comprehensive and high-available platform. Responsible for developing an understanding of the present state and future vision of network/telephony

inter-operability as we migrate in various phases from non-standard to standard operating environment, including high-availability to "Cloud" applications.

MAJOR FUNCTIONS:

Proactively identifies risk, single points of failures, security issues, and other issues. Develop and implement remediation plans.

Continuous Improvement in IT Risk Management

Find Root-cause of problems and provide a long-term plan and resolution

Act as a consultant with other departments to ensure networking and communication will meet needs and capacity

Monitors and manages network capacity

Monitors and manages risk with regards to availability and security

Responsible Office Move, Adds, and Change

Researches and proposes improvements in technology and process

Ensures WAN high availability, including Internet access

Resolves problems as referred by Tech Services and the NOC (Level 3 support).

Develop and maintains networking documentation and diagrams

Works closely with other groups, such as Telephony Engineering, the NOC, Unified Communication, Collaboration, Data Center, End Points, Development, and Business Units in support of ongoing

network from Analog modems to Broadband technologies. Including: T1, DOCSIS, DSL, Wireless WAN, Wi-Fi, Satellite, etc.

*Advance knowledge of load balancer technologies (F5 or Kemp)