Why should I work for you?

Our client is a fast-growing Small Business that is focused on serving customers in the Government, Healthcare, and Commercial Information Technology Services.

What does a typical day look like for the Senior Network Engineer?

Although no two days will be the same, you will:

  • Establish system performance parameters and sample critical network and information processing.
  • Conduct network trend analysis and create reports and graphs monthly.
  • Sort and file network traffic based on source and destination internet protocol (IP) addresses as needed.
  • Support design, installation, and integration of new routers and other equipment on the DPA.
  • Establish proper data flows between DCGS nodes.
  • Establish configuration and modification of device settings protecting the DCGS Security Boundary through Access Control Lists.
  • Respond to hardware and software problems related to DPA equipment.
  • Coordinate with Government leads to optimize Campus Area Network (CAN) routers, switches, and cryptographic devices.
  • Install CAN/WAN equipment and develop and maintain documentation and drawings of all DPA architectures.
  • Review all integration efforts to ensure engineering rigor and security practices are maintained across the DPA and advise Government leadership regarding any possible risks/concerns/improvements.
  • Perform transition planning, integration, operations and maintenance (O&M) of ATM to Carrier Ethernet/OTN, to include out-of-band network management.
  • Develop and execute OTN test plan and procedures.
  • Review requirements provided by the DCGS Program Office to determine bandwidth, performance, and Controlled Interface (CI) settings for establishing network configuration baselines and provide input back to COR or designated representative within 7 days of receipt.

What qualifications do you look for?

You might be the Senior Network Engineer we’re looking for if you have:

  • Must have a TS/SCI clearance.
  • 7+ years’ of Network Infrastructure Management experience.
  • Holds a IAT Level II certification and CCNP (CCNP may be substituted for CCNA and (4) years’ of enterprise networking experience).
  • Experience with Cisco Routers/Switches.

We’re extra impressed by folks with:

  • Experience with firewalls- Palo Alto preferred.
  • Experience with Cisco Prime.
  • Experience with Solarwinds.
  • Experience with Spanning-tree.
  • Experience with EIGRP & OSPF.
  • Multicasting experience.