• Network Engineer-Mid-level

    Location US-TN-Millington
    Posted Date 2 months ago(5/11/2018 11:03 AM)
    Job Code
    Clearance Required
    Not Required
  • Position Summary

    Avineon is seeking a Network Engineer to join our team. The Network Engineer will need to perform a variety of network engineering tasks, including switch/router configuration, engineering solutions for network connectivity, firewall management, network proactive monitoring, and documentation.

    Duties & Responsibilities

    • Configure and deploy network equipment.
    • Manage routing protocols (OSPF and BGP).
    • Implement and troubleshoot IPSEC VPN connections on equipment.
    • Follow policies and procedures for change and incident management.
    • Document technical problems, resolutions, and processes for assigned tasks and projects.

    Education - Experience & Skills Required

    • 3 years of experience with routing, switching, VLANs.
    • Must be self-starter and capable of working independently or as a team.
    • Knowledge of T1, DS3, and Ethernet circuits.
    • CCNA level experience required; certification is a plus but not required.
    • Experience with DISA STIG’s a plus.
    • Must have experience in 1 of the 4 areas below:
      • 1 years of experience with firewalls (preferably Palo Alto).
      • 1 years of experience with wireless.
      • 1 years of experience with Cisco ISE or ACI.
      • 1 years of experience with load balances (preferably A10).
    • IAT level 2 certification (CCNA-Security, GICSP, GSEC, Security+ CE, or SSCP).
      • (CASP CE, CISA, CISSP, GCED, or GCIH exceed the requirement and are acceptable).
    • Must be willing to travel.

    Avineon, Inc.is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. We provide equal employment opportunities to all applicants and employees without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national origin, age, disability, or genetic information.


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