|Currently seeking a US Military Veteran, National Guardsman, Reservist and/or Military Spouse to work as a Network Administrator, Tier 2. Provide on-going administration and tier 2 support of company network infrastructure. A Bachelor’s in Computer Science or Engineering and experience in managing complex network security devices and wired and wireless Ethernet technologies is required.
Responsibilities: Veteran Military
Requirements: Veteran Military
- Provide on-going administration and Tier 2 support of Corporate Network Infrastructure (Cisco/Juniper/Aruba/F5/Pulse Secure).
- Troubleshoot wired and wireless Ethernet networking technologies (VLANs, Dot1x, Spanning Tree, Port Channeling, 802.11abgn, etc.).
- Use system-resource utilization and monitoring tools to identify problem areas before an incident.
- Perform code/image upgrades on the infrastructure devices (Cisco/Juniper/Aruba).
- Rack and cable equipment.
- US Veteran, National Guardsman, Reservist, or Military Spouse.
- Bachelors in Computer Science, Engineering, or equivalent experience.
- CCNA certification preferred.
- Required skills: BGP, CCNA, CISCO, DNS, Juniper.
- Experience in managing complex security devices: firewalls (Juniper SRX) + VPN concentrators.
- Experience configuring and managing routers and switches.
- Strong background in all Ethernet technologies (VLANs, Dot1x, Spanning Tree, Port Channeling, 802.11abgn, etc.) and security concepts.
- Proficiency with routing protocols and related technologies, OSPF, BGP.
- Understanding of network applications and protocols (e.g. SSH, DNS, SMTP, etc.).
- Basic knowledge on F5 or any load-balancer product portfolio.
- Understanding of end-to-end data flows and traffic patterns (Wireshark).
- Experience interfacing with Network Monitoring systems and Linux command line.
- Juniper firewall/VPN and/or Aruba wireless controller experience with clearpass preferred.
- Key words: Linux, OSPF, Resource Utilization, Routing Protocols, Security, SMTP, WireShark, Ethernet, Firewalls, Switching, VPN, Computer Science