Duke Health Technology Solutions is a robust, specialized division of Duke University Health System dedicated to the development and management of enterprise IT systems. A 2018 'Most Wired' health system, Duke is nationally recognized for IT and information management as the first healthcare system to achieve the Davies Award - highest honor by the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS) - for inpatient, ambulatory and analytics health information technology capabilities. Our employees are among the top-skilled IT experts in the Triangle and partner with leading scholars, clinicians and researchers across Duke University and Duke Health to develop innovative technologies that support our mission of delivering tomorrow's healthcare today.
Core Operations Network Analyst
A DHTS Network Analyst within Duke Health Technology Solutions (DHTS) Core Operations Team is responsible for the implementation, configuration, testing and support of the Duke Health enterprise routing, switching, firewall, VPN (IPSEC and SSL), and WAN infrastructure. The DHTS Network Analyst will work within the Core Operations team to ensure availability and service delivery for all remote Duke Health facilities, including the management of all telecommunications circuits. A key objective is to configure, optimize, document, support, provide reporting metrics, and develop procedures to support the Duke Health network infrastructure via efficient troubleshooting with various tools, processes, and technologies.
Working hours for this position include the following shifts:
First shift position, hours are Monday-Friday from 6:30 AM to 3:30 PM.
Participate in an operational shift using Service Now tickets, e-mail and phone support to respond professionally and courteously to our customer base to quickly resolve all networking (and related) issues in a collaborative manner with both cross-functional SMEs and customers.
Implement, configure, maintain and report on the telecommunication services supporting the Duke Health MAN and WAN. The candidate must have production experience in the entire lifecycle of enterprise firewalls/VPN and telecommunications circuit management.
Maintain data, voice and wireless network hardware and systems; investigate and resolve network and hardware matters of significance; research, analyze, isolate and resolve errors; assess and update older network infrastructure and circuits as needed and in accordance with specified plans.
Provide technical support on data, voice or video networks for internal and/or external customers; answers technical questions; recommend and implement an approved course of action.
Maintain documentation and procedures to ensure adherence to institutional, state and federal policies and regulations.
Implement, maintain, upgrade, and patch systems to be compliant with Duke Health security policies and standards regarding protection from external and internal security attacks.
Research and remediate generic and system-specific vulnerabilities. Perform other related duties incidental to the work described herein.
Minimum of 3 years functional and operational experience in the areas of:
Cisco Nexus 2k,5k,7k switches
Cisco 3xxx, 65xx, 45xx switches
OSI model, QoS, MPLS, iBGP, eBGP OSPF, EIGRP, VLANs, VRF, unified wireless, VoIP, IPSEC/SSL VPN, DNS/DHCP, DMVPN, VPC, Fabricpath, HSRP, VPC
Cisco ASA firewalls, Palo Alto firewalls, Panorama
Quality of Service (QOS), telecommunication circuits, MPLS, OSPF and wireless technologies.
Hands-on experience setting up IP networks to guarantee highly available and robust networking.
Knowledge of network security technologies (Firewalls, VPN concentrators, IPS, logging & ACLs)
Demonstrated ability to manage multiple tasks, performed by a diverse group of professionals
Experience preferred: Specific experience in large campus/healthcare Cisco networks, supporting/designing/implementing IP solutions. Healthcare provider and patient care/clinical applications/systems experience Special competencies/credentials required:
Requires North Carolina valid driver's license
Requires Ability to lift up to 50 pounds
Excellent interpersonal skills and strong abilities to develop and enhance relationships with team members, other technical staff, customers and internal groups
Excellent communication skills in both written and verbal forms
Excellent judgment and decision-making skills
Excellent analytical abilities and innovative problem-solving skills Relevant Network
Experience with VMWare, Citrix, and other Virtualized environments
Relevant Cisco Certifications (CCNA/CCIE, CCNP)
Required Qualifications at this Level
Bachelor's degree in a related field, or four years of equivalent technical experience required.
CCIE/CCNP/CISSP certification preferred
Level 2 - Two years of related experience is required.
In addition to the KSAs described for Level 2 will demonstrate the following:
Must have production experience in the entire lifecycle of IP networks.
Expert-level knowledge of L1/L2/L3 network technologies, VoIP/Video technologies such as Quality of Service (QOS), DSCP/DiffServ/COS, MPLS, OSPF and wireless technologies.
Cisco Networking and IP routing (MPLS, OSPF).
Level 3 knowledge and configuration/administration of network management tools including CA Spectrum, Infoblox, Cacti and various OpenSourceTools, Cisco WCS/NCS, etc.
Extensive hands-on experience setting up IP networks to guarantee highly available and robust networking (including automatic failover and notification, traffic analysis, QoS and policy-based routing).
Extensive knowledge of network security technologies (ASA firewalls, VPN concentrators, IPS, logging & extensive ACLs).
Extensive knowledge of DNS, DHCP and IP protocols, Infoblox.
May be required to lift up to 50 pounds.
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