Network Engineer Performs engineering and/or analytical tasks and activities associated with network design engineering implementation, operations, and user support. The Network Engineer translates system functional requirements into purposeful component level simulations in support of development lab activities, organizes objectives and approaches of systems design, development, integration and test approach within project teams, and participates in the system requirements analysis, design, development, integration, and test activities. The Network Engineer may work alone or as part of a team, with responsibility for analysis of problems requiring technical and engineering expertise. The Network Engineer ensures that the network complies with prescribed industry, customer, or agency standards. The Network Engineer evaluates problems of work-flow, organization, and planning, and develops appropriate corrective actions and prepares and performs presentations at technical interchange meetings and project design reviews.
Location: FL or CA
BS in related computer science, information systems, engineering, or related scientific or technical discipline
Three (3) years of technical experience in multiple aspects of telecommunications network architecture for private and commercially available applications.
Possess subject matter expertise in network integration, network interoperability, network implementation, or network protocols.
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