Children's Hospital Of The King's Daughters Norfolk , VA 23510
Under the general direction of an IS manager, the Lead Network Engineer will provide 24x7 support to ensure that a consistent, stable and secure network infrastructure is in place to service designated locations. Provides support of computer systems by maintaining and enhancing CHS systems to meet the needs of the departments and IS personnel.
Responsibilities include, but not limited to: planning, designing, developing, and implementing Local and Wide Area Networks (LANs and WANs). This position is also responsible for VoIP engineering, IP address management, hardware and software testing, and network upgrades. The Lead Network Engineer will participate in the installation, monitoring, maintenance, support and optimization of all network hardware, software, and communication links.
Experience, Education and Training Minimum: Professional knowledge of areas of responsibility (including theories, principles, and concepts) normally acquired through completion of a Bachelor's degree or equivalent in Computer Networking, Computer Science, MIS or closely related discipline, with 2-3 years experience.
A Cisco Certification along with at least 4 years experience with Cisco Advanced intranetworking Technologies can be substituted for the degree. Advanced infrastructure design and support skills including, but not limited to: routing and switching, VPN, security, VOIP, WiFi, UC (Unified Communications), and Data Center. Demonstrated, in-depth, LAN/WAN support and engineering experience.
Knowledge of Cisco routing/switching hardware, software protocols, etc. Experience with Cisco security appliances, and other security technologies, to include Firewalls, IDS and IPS. Linux experience a plus.
Experience with configuring, troubleshooting, and network monitoring. Excellent written and oral communication, and analytical skills necessary to resolve problems. Must possess a valid Virginia driver's license and be able to meet the insurance requirements of the hospital.