Network Admin I

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Network Administrator candidate needs to have a thorough understanding of wireless fundamentals and specific experience supporting Motorola and Cisco network hardware with focus on L2 switching, dynamic routing, boundary traversal, dual NAT scenarios, and BGP / OSPF redistribution.
Sets up, configures, and supports internal and/or external networks.
Develops and maintains all systems, applications, security, and network configurations.
Troubleshoots network performance issues.
Recommends upgrades, patches, and new applications and equipment.
Provides technical support and guidance to users.
Assists in the development and maintenance of network communications.
Uses knowledge of LAN / WAN, WLAN, LTE, and single and dual channel radio solutions help provide in-depth support of wired and wireless infrastructures.
Recommends immediate and permanent problem remediation strategies leveraging the service operations group as required.
Tests and evaluates network systems to resolve issues including but not limited to: interface saturation, marking / shaping behavior, capacity limitations, analog circuit multiplexing, and policy based routing.
Requires a Bachelor's degree in area of specialty and 2-5 years of experience in the field or in a related area
Very high analytical skills and an understanding of complex data
Network / Availability Management Systems knowledge
Experience supporting Motorola and Cisco network hardware
SLA Management knowledge
Capacity planning and management for Network Management Systems
Fully capable and comfortable in presenting to CxO level executives
Excellent customer service skills
Exceptional written and verbal skills including presentation skills
Time management and multitasking
Ability to interface with internal and external customers
Project Management skills
Capable of managing customer expectations
Knowledge of the financial aspects around service delivery
Ability to embrace the benefits of new technologies

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