Network Engineer must provide management and support to vendor- and technology-diverse networks and infrastructures. The Network Engineer supports several network management systems that monitor the availability (24x7x365) of the different layers of the IP stack (Devices, applications, interfaces, etc.) running in ICE’s LAN and and/or WAN environment
Skills and Experience: - Proven experience in all aspects networking (routing/switching, DNS, etc). - Strong analytical mind - Strong sense of urgency - Must possess organizational, multitasking and prioritization skills. - Ability to communicate clearly via phone, email and chat. - Ability / comfort to ask questions and at times question information being provided to them from various sources (to include end users, engineers, the CIO and other VIPs as needed).
Responsibilities: - Provide system administration and server operational support. - Implement, install, configure, operate, and maintain Government-furnished network tools (Cisco, SolarWinds, Infoblox, etc.) - Lifecycle/release management for NOC tools. - Support all ICE operational security requirements. - Report management. - Provide network and systems administration.
Required Skills, Experience and Education: Minimum Education: - Bachelor’s Degree in an engineering, computer, telecommunications or related field. - Equivalent related technical experience may be considered in lieu of a degree. Minimum Requirements: - Three (3) years of relevant experience on a wide variety of servers, desktops and networking and telecommunications technologies, protocols, equipment, concepts, architectures and trade studies. - Ability to troubleshoot network incidents and provide a resolution report to management and / or customer. - Ability to document solutions with MS Office products: Word, Excel, Visio, and Project. - Ability to effectively communicate, verbally and in writing, with management and peers.