Strategic ACI is seeking Senior Network Engineers to plan
and develop telecommunications solutions involving computer and
communications equipment. The Network Engineer analyzes network
alternatives and develops recommendations for improvements.
Analyze, design, test, and evaluate network systems, such as
local area networks (LAN), wide area networks (WAN), Internet,
intranet, satellite, and other data communications systems.
Perform network modeling, analysis, and planning.
Oversee the work of Mid-, and Junior-level contractor Network
Research, design, analyze, test, experiment, and/or model and
simulation of communications networks.
Bachelor’s degree or higher in Engineering, Computer Science,
Information Technology, Management Information Systems, or related
Senior-level experience in cloud-based systems architecting,
with emphasis on the unique networking aspects of cloud computing,
including low latency within the data center, and higher latency
and limited bandwidth for remote users.
Demonstrated experience with standard networking protocols for
transport (including MPLS), routing, and network services such as
DNS, SNMP, NTP/PTP, etc.
Demonstrated experience with wireless and SATCOM networks.
Demonstrated experience with Firewalls, VPNs, IDSs, HAIPEs, and
other network security technologies.
Master’s degree or higher in Engineering, Computer Science,
Information Technology, Management Information Systems, or related
Network technology course/certification in one or more areas:
Managing and troubleshooting DNS and DHCP.
Installing and configuring network and software
Configuring and managing device routing and remote access.
Monitoring and maintain network infrastructure.
Demonstrated network technology experience in all of the
following: Roles of devices in a TCP/IP network.
Details of IP, ARP, TCP, ICMP, and UDP.
Functions of FTP, SFTP, FTPS, HTTP, Telnet, and other
applications of TCP/IP.
Use of Voice over IP or VoIP, messaging, and multicasting.
Troubleshooting for TCP/IP issues at each network layer.
Senior-level experience in securely and efficiently moving data
and operating across hybrid multi-cloud and on-premise and
multi-fabric environments – within enclaves on the same security
domain, and across security domains.
Demonstrated experience with cloud technologies, data center
networks, Software Defined Networking (SDN), and/or Network
Function Virtualization (NFV).
Demonstrated experience with Network modeling and simulation
tools such as OPNET/Riverbed Modeler and Exata.
Network professional certifications, e.g., Cisco CCNA, CompTIA
NSE TO 3 PD 1
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