Full-timeEstimated: $67,000 - $91,000 a year
- Computer Networking
- Bachelor's Degree
Full Job Description
Summary: The Assistant Network Administrator/Engineer is an Onix internal Information Technology (IT) position responsible for providing high-quality technical support to Onix headquarters and remote employees. The Assistant Network Administrator/Engineer position addresses all technical issues related to corporate IT network operations, maintenance, and planning. Candidates should be able to demonstrate a proven ability to organize, forecast, execute troubleshoot and document network and related systems operations and health on a daily basis using leadership, problem-solving, and logical skills.
Scope/Level of Decision Making: This is a non-exempt position operating under limited decision-making and supervision. Position performs a variety of assigned activities, referring more complex issues to the manager.
Provide Network Diagnosis and Resolution – Perform diagnostics and troubleshooting of network issues and provides support for IT Help Desk staff. Manage incident and request ticket life cycle ensuring timely resolution of issues.
Maintain Network Systems – Configure new network and replacement network devices under the direction of senior team members. Learn and maintain familiarity with the enterprise network configuration and architecture. Update and maintain network documentation.
Anticipate Future Network Requirements - Establish, plan, and implement complex network goals and objectives ensuring network health, stability, and expansion. Collaborate with senior level management for approval and allocation of resources to achieve expansion goals.
Project Support – Participate in IT related projects. Identify opportunities to continuously enhance and evolve backend IT infrastructure and participate in informal and formal network learning opportunities.
Preferred Skills and Experience:
Network switch experience including Layer 3 switching and VLANs.
Proficiency in IP networking, including hardware, software, services, and protocols.
Experience in configuring, deploying, and maintaining rule base for firewall solutions.
Administration skills for Linux and Windows environments.
Experience deploying, troubleshooting, and maintaining DHCP and DNS implementations.
Education: Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science or related IT curriculum preferred but not required if applicant can demonstrate sufficient prior experience.
Travel Expectation: Less than 10% local and domestic.