Network Control - Contractor - L2
Posted on: January 16, 2023
Provide technical support for a large nationwide network which
includes monitoring, analyzing, and troubleshooting network
problems within Network Operations Control Center (NOCC) utilizing
network management and monitoring tools.
Monitor the alarm conditions on the network to proactively identify
and minimize disruption and impact to the FAA network, and perform
root cause analysis to determine a plan of action for restoring
Employ test methods to analyze channelized/unchanneled T1, T3,
utilizing DACs equipment, Ethernet, IP, Frame Relay, ATM, WAN, LAN,
SONET, and TDM.
Assist Local Exchange Carriers (LEC), ILECs, and IXCs to resolve
WAN problems, and assist onsite field technicians remotely to
resolve local issues.
Work in an onsite 24x7 network control environment where shift and
workday flexibility is required.
Periodically support short-term emergency evacuation to local or
remote backup facilities.
Bachelor's degree in Telecommunications, Engineering, Networking,
Information Technology or related field with (2) years of prior
related experience or 2 years post-Secondary/ Associate's Degree
with a minimum of (4) years of prior related experience. Will
consider prior work experience in place of degree.
Demonstrated Layer 1 Troubleshooting experience.
Willingness to learn TDM technologies.
Additional (Optional) Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
Networking experience with layer 1, 2, and 3.
Networking technologies experience with SONET and/or Time Division
Familiarity working with networking technologies such as RF, OSPF,
BGP, MPLS, and HSRP.
Experience with Network Management tools such as Cisco Prime SNMPc,
Orion, and Netflow.
Experience in UNIX and Remote Access solutions.
Experience with call center phone systems and working with
geographically dispersed teams.
Certifications such as Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA)
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