Sr Network Engineer

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Contract Duration: 6+ months
Location: Marlboro, Massachusetts
Extensive experience with Nexus is a MUST
Ability to Triage the following
Cisco Routers and switches (NxOS, CatOS and IOS) NXOS is Required for this role
Routing protocols (OSPF and BGP) - Both are required
Provide Tier 1,Tier 2 and or Tier 3 support
Participate in on-call Rotation support and be flexible
Good communication skills
GSS, ACE, Wireless, Riverbeds, Infoblox exp is a +
Financial Services is a +
Cisco Certification is a +
4 year Degree is a +
Job Summary
An experienced Lead network engineer is needed to provide the Network Services team with complementary skills to support the user community. Candidates will possess expertise in managing a complex LAN and WAN environment across numerous business units and geographical locations. Candidate should be experienced in advanced network deployment and support in a multi-vendor environment.
Strong logistical skills and the ability to manage many deployments at the same time is critical. Strong accountability, analytical, process, and organizational and communication skills are a must in this role.
Job Responsibilities
Provide Tier 2 and/or Tier 3 network support for a complex enterprise WAN and LAN network
Troubleshoot and identify sources of problems, working with equipment vendors and telecom providers to bring issues to resolution.
Monitor and resolve service requests in accordance with published SLAs.
Strong leadership qualities
Strong communications skills across many concurrent deployments with the ability to communicate details to the project teams and clearly communicate status to management
Review and assist in the creation of desktop management policies and procedures for an enterprise.
Establish and enforce best practice processes for network management, including configurations, monitoring, patch management and security
Oversee hardware deployments for domestic and international initiatives
Oversee compliance with change control and release management processes

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