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Senior Network Engineer

at Jobspring Partners in Boston, MA   —   Apr 18, 2014   |  
Overview
Our client, located in Cambridge, MA is looking for a Sr. Network Engineer to join their team. Providing communication services, the company unifies applications onto a single platform, allowing companies to significantly lower communication costs
Responsibilities
Act as a key technical resource to get customers live on their unified platform.
Decipher customer data (LAN/WAN) and voice requirements. Then create and implement a network design meeting those requirements.
Troubleshoot customer service issues involving network, systems, applications, and end-user interaction.
Turn up and troubleshoot T1s, MPLS circuits with partner carriers
Act as a pre-sales engineer on an as-needed basis to propose workable network designs to potential customers.
Assist in projects such as new application rollouts, new data center build outs, etc
Experience
6+
Skills
Cisco IOS or other command line based routers, switches, and firewalls necessary.
Familiarity with TCP/UDP, IP routing, Ethernet, VLANs, DHCP, NAT, and router failover configurations.
Configuring firewall (ASA and PIX)
Working knowledge of VoIP (SIP/RTP or other protocol) & VPN.
DSL, Cable, T1, DS3, Metro Ethernet, VPN, MPLS deployments.
Cisco 1900, 2900, 3900 series routers
Cisco 2900, 3500, 3700, 4900 series switches
Cisco Call Manager, Avaya, Nortel, Shoretel or other enterprise PBX a plus.
Linux (and / or other Unix) experience including Redhat, CentOS, and Debian
Scripting or coding experience (php, bash, perl, python).
Education
Degree in relevant field is a plus
Compensation
110-120K
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