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Responsible for network planning, design, and optimization. Assists with complex network systems solutions using current and emerging technologies (including wireless and VoIP).
Responsible for engineering and/or analytical tasks and activities associated with areas within the telecommunications function (e.g., network design, engineering, implementation, diagnostics or operations/user support). Integrates and schematically depicts communication architectures, topologies, hardware, software, transmission and signaling links and protocols into complete network configurations. Responsible for planning, forecasting, implementation, and identification of resource requirements for network systems (including wireless and VoIP) of moderate complexity.
50% Configures and maintains routers, switches, and hubs for the network systems (including wireless and VoIP). Performs troubleshooting procedures and designs resolution scripts. Participates in network planning, network architecture design and engineering for special projects or assignments.
20% Responsible for network planning, design, and optimization. Monitors protocol compatibility, performs system tuning and makes recommendations for improvement of the data network. Assists with complex network systems solutions using current and emerging technologies (including wireless and VoIP). Provides Tier 3 support for complex incidents
5% Evaluates new products, and assists in the development and documentation of technical standards and interface applications.
10% monitors the operation of telecom network systems. Performs complex tasks relating to telecom network operations, installation, and/or maintenance for local, off-site and/or remote locations.
5% General Job scope: Performs work that is complex and varied in nature. Defines and discerns key aspects of a problem and develops an integrated solution within a broad technical and business context of significant impact. May provide guidance/training to more junior staff.
Work Experience Typically has 3 to 5 years of IT work experience in infrastructure/network environments performing network engineering (hardware and/or software), design, planning and implementation. Requires broad knowledge of telecom systems, dial plans, switching architecture, telephony and wiring. Education Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science, Information Systems or other related field required. Note: Minimum pay requirements.
The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed. They are not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities duties and skills required of personnel so classified.
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