Role: Network Engineer
Location: New York, NY
Network Management Engineer
Network performance Engineer that establishes and maintains network performance standards using industry recognized tools and techniques.
Ability to translate business needs and plans into capacity and performance requirements for network services, and to ensure that future capacity and performance needs can be fulfilled.
Specialist in designing, configuring and implementing network performance monitoring tools to establish baselines, report on latency variations and trap performance anomalies.
Knowledge of the following tools/systems/methodologies: Corvil, Sevone, Net scout, Python Scripting, Linux, Arista EOS.
Escalate/recommend network capacity modifications to meet current, forecasted and planned capacity requirements and service levels.
Establishes networking environment by designing system configuration; directing system installation; defining, documenting, and enforcing system standards.
Maximizes network performance by monitoring performance; troubleshooting network problems and outages; scheduling upgrades; collaborating with network architects on network optimization.
Secures network system by establishing and enforcing policies; defining and monitoring access.
Accomplishes information systems and organization mission by completing related results as needed.
Reporting network performance status by gathering, prioritizing information; managing projects.
5+ years of experience performing network capacity management and planning of specialized financial services networks.
Manages the development and implementation process of company's products and services involving departmental or cross-functional teams focused on the delivery of new or existing products.
(1) Plans and directs schedules and budgets and monitors the project from initiation through delivery.
(2) Organizes the interdepartmental activities ensuring completion of the project/product on schedule and within budget.
(3) Works on problems of diverse scope where analysis of data requires evaluation of identifiable factors.
(4) Exercises judgment within generally defined practices and policies in selecting methods and techniques for obtaining solutions.
(5) Skill sets include but are not limited to: Network, Applications, Telecommunication, Security, Database, Internet, Wireless, Data Warehousing, Enterprise
(1) Accountable for end-to-end lifecycle for Technology Infrastructure (TI) components of projects within the organization.
(2) Employs standard project management discipline and processes in producing deliverables and delivering the right technology solution to the business partner on time and within budget (i.e. management of integration, scope, time, cost, quality, personnel, communications, risk, and procurement).
(3) Facilitates, in coordination with the Design Team Lead, selection of the appropriate technology solutions to meet the business requirements, and employs suitable tools, techniques, and methodologies in accordance with the organization's processes.
(4) Acts as the primary interface between technical resources and Change Manager or Business Sponsor. Builds credibility and trust with the line of business by understanding their business and their technology needs/issues.