The Network Administrator II plays a critical role in the implementation, documentation and troubleshooting of large networks, for both enterprises and data centers. The candidate should have extensive knowledge and experience with Cisco VOIP (Cube and CUCM) and networking processes like STP, VLANs, HSRP/VRRP, BFD, OSPF, EIGRP, BGP, ARP, NAT, TCP, and UDP. Should have a solid understanding of IPv4/v6 addressing & addressing management is also required. Candidate must have a good understanding of software application/network protocols like HTTP, SSL, FTP, SCP, SMTP, RTSP, SIP, DHCP, and DNS. Experience with Palo Alto/Cisco firewalls and F5 Load Balancers is preferred but not required.
Candidate should have a firm understanding of VOIP communications as well as Cisco Collaboration configuration. Candidate should be able to configure Cisco Cube/Voice gateways. The candidate will be developing, documenting, and maintaining all networking/VOIP systems to include their configurations via command line and graphic user interface in a controlled change management environment. They will also be troubleshooting network performance issues and providing technical support and guidance to users. The candidate will also be recommending upgrades, patches, new applications, and equipment for the network environment following the Cisco design life cycle. Knowledge of Cisco networking & industry best practices, documentation standards. Candidate uses their knowledge of LAN/WAN systems to help install new and existing internal and external networks, tests and evaluates network systems to eliminate problems and make improvements.
Educational: A four year college degree with an IT major or equivalent is highly recommended. Candidates should hold active/current Cisco Certified Network Professional Routing & Switching (R&S) certifications. CCNA is a minimum (CCNP preferred) . Experience requirements: 2 to 4 years minimum experience.