Network Engineer

About the Role

As a Network Engineer, you are responsible for building and maintaining the day-to-day operation of computer networks that companies and organizations rely on. You will also be working closely with the users of the network in order to identify potential issues and fix existing problems.

Requirements

  • Bachelor's Degree in information technology related field of study with a network engineering focus.

  • Strong understanding of network infrastructure and  hardware.

  • Ability to think through problems and create solutions.

  • Ability to implement, administer, and troubleshoot network infrastructure devices, including wireless access points, firewall, routers, switches, controllers.

  • Knowledge of application transport and network infrastructure protocols.

  • Ability to create accurate network diagrams and documentation for design and planning network communication systems.

  • Provide detailed information for hardware and software selection.

  • Ability to quickly learn new technology and products using documentation and internet resources.

  • Ability to work with all levels of staff.

  • A self-starter.

  • Good analytical and problem-solving skills.

  • Dependable and flexible.

  • Network security experience.

  • LAN and WAN experience.

Responsibilities

Maintaining and administering computer networks and related computing environments including systems software, applications software, hardware, and configurations.
Performing disaster recovery operations and data backups.
Protecting data, software, and hardware by coordinating, planning, and implementing network security measures.
Troubleshooting, diagnosing, and resolving hardware, software, and other network and system problems.
Replacing faulty network hardware components.
Maintaining, configuring, and monitoring virus protection software and email applications.
Monitoring network performance.
Conferring with network users about solving existing system problems.
Operating master consoles to monitor the performance of networks and computer systems.
Coordinating computer network access and use.
Designing, configuring, and testing networking software, computer hardware, and operating system software.