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Network Engineer

General Description/Purpose:
The Network Engineer will provide a high level of service and support to ensure employee, customer, team member, and vendor satisfaction. The Network Engineer does this by advising on the planning, design, and implementation of network infrastructure. The Network Engineer also controls the installation of network infrastructure contributing towards and ensuring that the capacity, reliability and availability of IT network services meet Stickley's requirements.
Job Responsibilities:
Responsible for ensuring the availability, performance, and security of network services and for providing technical leadership and resource management for IT network services and assisting in the preparation and implementation of annual work and resource plans including assessing their applicability within Stickley.
Provides advice on technical capabilities and constraints and provides support to a broad variety of internal and external customers inside Stickley.
Actively seeks ways to leverage IT services to address complex business, organizational and technical issues.
Performs duties, tasks, and responsibilities with a sense of urgency and integrity. Works independently, make decisions based on established operating procedures and regularly reports to their supervisor for direction, and promptly reports any questions or problems.
Plans, monitors, and controls network infrastructure projects using Project Management Standards.
Proactively addresses maintenance issues and initiatives and assists with the introduction of new technologies and network-related vendors.
Ensures that all Systems and Network configuration items have fully functional backups, which are checked daily, and restoretested on a quarterly basis and is responsible for the disaster recovery readiness of all server and network systems and will assist and advise the CIO as to the readiness of these systems.
Provides expert network security knowledge and participates in proposing and developing security solutions including but not limited to participating in security incident management, security assessments, and vulnerability testing.
Makes recommendations for corrective actions and implement appropriate procedural and technical access control mechanisms to enhance security solutions
Leads the development of process, procedures, and standards for Stickley-wide IT network infrastructure operations.
Manages major network-related incidents and brings them to a satisfactory closure.
Communicates and works effectively with all other IT employees and other various company personnel and outside vendors.
Travels for business purpose as required.
Displays a professional attitude and represent the company with integrity and professionalism.
Minimum Requirements:
College Degree in Computer Science (or related discipline); and/or three to five years related work experience with multiple years' work experience in high volume, complex, demanding customer oriented IT environment.
Must have proven experience and success with LAN, WLAN and WAN design and implementation.
Must have proven experience with network capacity planning, network security principles, and general network management best practices.
Must have in-depth technical knowledge of network, PC, and Telecommunications; including Cisco, Microsoft Windows Server, MAC OSX, VMware, and Desktop Operating Systems.
Must have working technical knowledge of current network hardware, protocols, and Internet standards, including (DNS, DHCP, NTP).
Must possess the ability to write, read and understand technical manuals, CAD drawings/blueprints, procedural documentation and OEM guides.
Demonstrates competence with testing tools and procedures for voice and data circuits.
Must have knowledge of applicable data privacy practices and laws.
Must be able to conduct research into networking issues and products as required.
Must have proven analytical and problem-solving abilities.
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