Network Engineer/Admin

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Job Description

Title: Senior Network Engineer



  • Work closely with the Network Architect to evaluate the current data center network architectures
  • Prepare rack elevation diagrams, power requirements, and cabling cut sheets
  • Configure and implement new infrastructure to expand the existing data center network
  • Support migrating connectivity from legacy infrastructure to new environment
  • Decommission legacy network infrastructure and prepare for safe removal
  • Implement and maintain the Wide Area Network (WAN) including connectivity
  • Implement and maintain the network’s Load Balancer infrastructure (F5 & AVI).




  • 10 Years of Experience in network security (Cisco ASA & Firepower)
  • 10 Years of Expertise with the Cisco Nexus family of switches, Cisco Nexus 9k/7k,5k, Cisco ASR, Cisco ISR, & Cisco Catalyst Switch, Cisco ACI or VMware NSX
  • 10 Years of Experience with routing protocols such as BGP, OSPF, EIGRP, and RIP v2.
  • 10 Years of Experience with F5 load balancing (LTM, GTM, BIG-IQ) and NSX Advanced Load Balancer (AVI)
  • Knowledge of the following networking protocols: BGP, RIPv2, OSPF, EIGRP, BFD, DNS, DHCP, HTTP, and NAT
  • 10 Years of Experience with drafting design diagrams and documentation
  • 10 Years of Experience with network packet captures and analysis to resolve complex technical issues.
  • 7 Years of Experience with the design and management of Data Center layouts, power, cooling, and asset management systems.  



  • Bachelor’s Degree or a Master’s degree in computer science from an accredited college.
  • Prior education industry/project experience.
  • Strong oral, written, and presentation skills; ability to communicate in a credible and confident manner at all levels in the organization in clear, concise language. 
  • Experience in multiple hardware and software environments; comfortable with complex heterogeneous systems environments. 
  • Familiarity with network standards for hardware and network connectivity.
  • Familiarity with Data Center Standards (ANSI/TIA-942, ISO/IEC 24764 and ANSI/BICSI 002-2014)