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Job Reference: 20-06368 Type: JOB TITLE:

Network Engineer / Systems Admin

MUST HAVE SKILLS (Most Important):

Bachelors degree or four or more years of work experience.
Experience with IP Layer 1-3 for Edge Networks and strong knowledge of MPLS.
Worked with Cisco (VTS), Nokia (Nuage) or Itential (IAP) automation tools.
Experience with Linux systems engineering.
Hands on experience with virtualization of networks/servers.
Four or more years of relevant work experience.
Knowledge of fabric networking.



DESIRED SKILLS:
Cisco and Nokia or other networking certifications.
A strong ability to understand end to end call flows for deploying network services.
Python scripting a plus.
Experience with Software-Defined Networking Architecture
RHEL Certifications or Linux Certifications
Experience with Pica8 OS
Experience with OpenFlow Specification
Experience with Juniper Route Reflectors
Experience with Forward Networks
Experience with Lumina Open Daylight
Experience with API communication protocol usages




JOB DUTIES:

Responsible for engineering IP edge networks at Service Aggregation Points (SAP) to support the networking configuration needed to build and migrate the VCP applications.
Engineer the IP (L2/L3) eNSE network configuration through the use of automated systems for configuration deployment.
Read and understand new and changing design models and templates to support new application versions, migrations and deployments.
Provide feedback to automation teams on how to update workflows.
Add new Access Leafs (ALs) to the eNSE fabric network as *** Cloud Platforms (VCP) grow and expand.
Engineering network solutions with a strong interaction with PNF and VNF applications teams.
Working with underlay and overlay controllers for network creation, network modeling, and network deployments.
Overseeing network builds from procurement to In Service.
Strong Interaction with design and architecture teams developing future networks.
Work with peer teams to ensure new networks are built and migrated to meet KPIs.
Must have a strong ability to understand end to end call flows for deploying network services.
Managing network engineering projects to deliver on time.
Project oversight and ownership.
Administration of RHEL platform host server and guest server configurations.
Provide budget input for ongoing life cycles of devices, software releases, licenses, and operating systems for build projects.
Leading and road mapping with cross functional teams for alarms, call flows, and upgrades
Building systems following designs and integrating them into production networks and infrastructure.
Must be part of on-call rotation to respond to trouble issues after hours as part of as tier 2 or tier 3 team.
Working with the OpenEdge development team to enhance orchestration, feature request and configuration management tools.
Daily health checks to identify gaps and to mitigate possible issue found in the platform.
Identify automation opportunities; plus, building and managing virtual machines in OpenStack or KVM environments
Creating and using scripting with Ansible or Python for automation development and testing using an ad hoc basis or using vendor and home-grown system applications
Leading with internal and external stakeholders to finalize enhancements to support business and operational needs.
Defining in performance testing to ensure systems deliver services to their rated capacity.
Working with internal and external teams to develop demand models for forecasting and trending system utilization.
Creating system designs and understanding of application flows; which satisfy design security criteria and meet availability requirements in keeping with best practices.
Driving the growing of the platform as needed to satisfy forecasted demand
Ability to document complex platforms and procedures for internal and external teams.
Excellent interpersonal and communication skills working closely with all application owners and vendors to ensure end-to-end service performance metrics are achieved.


EDUCATION/CERTIFICATIONS:
Bachelors degree or four or more years of work experience.

LOGISTICS:
Shift:
Limited to 40/hr a week with occasional overnight maintenance window (safe time) work.
Must be part of On-Call rotation to respond to trouble issues after hours as part of as tier 2 or tier 3 team.
Ability to work from home or remotely.

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