Job ID: NC-585666 (95490125)
Network Engineer with Cisco firewalls/routers/switches/edge, LAN/WAN Modeling, Network Segmentation, IP schema design/security, VPN, performance tuning, cloud virtual networks and VoIP experience
Location: Raleigh NC (NC Community College System (NCCCS))
Duration: 12 months
Interview: In-person or webcam
Positions: 1 (1/2)
Skill Required / Desired Amount of Experience
Experience with Cisco iOS/management of firewalls, routers and 35xx series core switches and 29xx series edge Required 7 Years
Experience with LAN Modeling, Design and Engineering Required 5 Years
Experience with WAN Modeling, Design and Engineering Required 5 Years
Experience with Network Segmentation, IP schema design and Security Required 5 Years
Experience with Site-to-Site VPN creation and management Required 5 Years
Experience with Network performance monitoring and tuning Required 5 Years
Experience with Network Issue Resolution Required 5 Years
Exp with geographically dispersed segmented network including integration with cloud virtual networks and servers, applications, & hosting environment Required 3 Years
VoIP and cloud network configuration Desired 1 Years
The College System Network Engineer position provides enterprise level design, planning, development, implementation, and life-cycle support strategies for NC Community College System (NCCCS) Local and Wide Area Network architectures. The position works at the North Carolina Community College System Office, located in Raleigh, NC, and across the enterprise with 58 community colleges, MCNC (NCREN), carriers, and service providers to ensure efficient, effective, and secure broadband educational and research networks in support of students, faculty, and staff – regardless of their physical location.
Required skills include CISCO ASA Firewalls, 35xx series Core Switches and 29xx series edge switches. Experience with VoIP and cloud network configuration preferred.
The position engages and coordinates with state and regional players and teams to design and maintain reliable and accessible network architectures and enables colleges to successfully deploy and use NCCCS’s College Information and Technology Systems, Distance Education and Learning Management Systems, numerous Educational Environments and Learning Object Repositories, Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning capabilities, Virtual Computing Environments and Laboratories, Educational Research, and Engineering environments in support of the educational mission and achieve successful student outcomes.
The position’s role includes the coordinated development and maintenance of system-wide network configuration and security standards, best practices, as well as providing System-wide (System Office and 58 community colleges) direction and guidance for the employment, modification, and integration of network technologies and services. The position considers the full range of local, regional, and state-level network systems and communications capabilities, as well as the various layered products and services used to support the entire enterprise stack of information, application, and other technology capabilities.