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Network Architect job description
To assess requirements for organization’s data and voice networks; to plan, design, and upgrade network projects; to establish and maintain version-control and viral defense systems; to troubleshoot network architecture and make recommendations for system fixes and enhancements; to troubleshoot and resolve LAN/WAN performance, connectivity, and related network problems; to provide a point of escalation for Network Engineers; to manage security of LAN/WAN as well as host security, and internet security; to manage capacity planning, disaster recovery, and performance analysis; and to make recommendations for leveraging network technology.
Provide Enterprise network technology development, design, implementation and management of the OCDE voice and data networks. To include but not limited to Microsoft Exchange cluster,
Cisco Voice over IP, Cisco Unified Messaging, Emergency Responder, and Berbee paging systems.
Research, recommend, implement, and review technologies for the enterprise, and test bed networks.
Provide designs for high quality, reliable, and flexible infrastructure to support the enterprise IP network, including strategic planning for lifecycle considerations.
Provide an adequate level of network security by employing proven technologies, industry best practices, and well defined techniques.
Define and implement network monitoring and diagnostic tools to provide optimum network availability and proactive utilization statistics.
Leverage Cisco routing and switching technologies to solve enterprise and local networks requirements using EIGRP, TCP/IP, VLANs, ASAs, MPLS, VoIP, and BGP.
Install and configure software systems that support the network infrastructure such as network monitoring systems, log monitors, DNS servers, firewalls, and IDS/IPS systems.
Install and configure IP based circuits and vendor data feeds.
Communicate issues and solutions in both verbal and written form both to peers and management.
Assist groups in attaching new systems to the network and ensuring that proper network configurations are implemented.
Research and evaluate new tools that enhance operation of the network.
Monitor and troubleshoot complex network errors and performance problems.
Establish and maintain version-control and viral defense systems.
Troubleshoot network architecture and make recommendations for system fixes and enhancements.
Remain current with the advances in network, network security, network monitoring, and problem determination technologies as well as troubleshooting techniques.
Maintain all documents on procedures and changes.
Must demonstrate attendance sufficient to complete the duties of the position as required.
Perform related duties similar to the above in scope and function as required.
Advanced Knowledge of:
Network design to include VoIP, routing, switching, windows clustering, and email
Networking and associated protocols including TCP/UDP, IEGRP, OSPF, BGP, DNS, SNMP and other internet associated protocols, WAN protocols-SONT, OptEMan, Gigaman, ATM Frame Relay, DSL, HDLC, LAN protocols Ethernet, Spanning Tree, VLAN, HSRP
IP addressing to include subnetting, route aggregation, and BGP route maps
Network Architect continued
Advanced Knowledge of (cont.):
Transmission of data using IP multicast
Traffic shaping, quality of service, and packet trace analysis
Dynamic routing protocols on large networks
Installation and support of telecommunications circuits
Desktop Hardware and Software (Microsoft and Apple)
Windows Server and Active Directory (MCSE or Equivalent Experience)
Current diagnostic software and tools
Cisco routers, switches, VoIP and unified messaging
Microsoft Exchange and SMTP
Methods and Techniques of Web Filtering
Security Hardware and Software (Access Control Lists, firewalls, IPS, IDS, Anti Virus, Encryption)
Blackberry Enterprise Server
Lead, assign, and review the work of assigned project staff
Provide project oversight and support
Manage multiple projects/requests
Communicate clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing
Interpret and apply federal, state, and local laws, codes, and regulations
Establish and maintain cooperative working relationships with those contacted in the course of work
Maintain mental capacity which allows the capability of making sound decisions and demonstrating intellectual capabilities
Network Architect continued
Ability to (cont.):
Maintain effective audio-visual discrimination and perception for making observations; communicate with others; read and write; operate assigned equipment
Experience and Training Guidelines
Any combination of experience and training that would likely provide the required knowledge and abilities is qualifying. A typical way to obtain the knowledge and abilities would be:
Five years of extensive experience supporting a Cisco based data and voice network.
Equivalent to Bachelors degree from an accredited college or university with major course work in computer related field
Cisco Certified Network Professional
Design procedures and policies for management of enterprise and test bed networks.
Design and document new network elements in such a way that work may be carried out either by candidate or by more junior staff members.2