The Level 2 Network Engineer is responsible for designing, maintaining, implementing, and troubleshooting Mission Services built and deployed system computer networks. Tasks include configuring and maintaining network hardware and software, ensuring network security and integrity, monitoring network performance, and troubleshooting network issues. Should hold certifications in CISCO and Juniper and experience with ACL's and setting up Firewalls. An Information Assurance Technical (IAT) level II baseline certification as defined by DoD 8570.01-M is required.
The Level 2 Network Engineer performs network services from network design through implementation, maintenance, and upgrading of existing networks. Analyzes design, specifications, and related documents. Performs general LAN/CAN/WAN administration. Schedules conversions and cutovers. Coordinates with all responsible users and sites to resolve network or system incidents. Translates business requirements into telecommunications (e.g., LAN. CAN, WAN. Voice and Video) requirements, designs and orders. Performs engineering analysis of telecommunications alternatives in support of strategic modernization efforts and telecommunications enhancement design for medium and large-scale telecommunication infrastructures. Assists telecommunications end users, telecommunications operations personnel, and telecommunications strategic program management with network interfaces.
Requirements: Master's degree + six (6) years of relevant professional experience OR a Bachelor's degree + eight (8) years of relevant professional experience OR a total of 12 years of relevant professional experience.
Certifications: An Information Assurance Technical (IAT) level II baseline certification as defined by DoD 8570.01-M is required