Our Transmission & Distribution global practice is looking for a Network Design Engineer in our St. Louis office. The Network Design Engineer will be responsible for engineering design and technical oversight of network deployment projects. Major responsibilities for the Network Design Engineer will include:
o Network topology plans
o Network design reports:
Routing protocol selection
IP address planning
Capacity planning for applications
Quality of service (QoS) implantation
Network synchronization strategy
Router security design
Application security design
o Application cutover plans
o Circuit records
o IP address assignments
o Router configurations
o Lab and production test plans
Execute complex assignments requiring the use of advanced tools and techniques, resulting in the development of new or improved processes, equipment and/or technological methods.
Provide support to customers in field of expertise
Assist in the creation of a MPLS deployment training program
Identify, communicate and resolve issues on projects as needed.
Work in multi-vendor environments (Nokia, Cisco, Juniper) with typical project requirements to integrate multiple vendors.
Provide leadership, guidance and instruction to less experienced staff members.
Work with the project manager to establish project schedule and lead the engineering team to meet deadlines.
Work closely with the project team to ensure deliverables and services are being provided to client's satisfaction and that projects are following internal QA/QC guidelines.
Perform design quality reviews.
Regularly meet and correspond with clients or outside personnel to develop relationships with key client points of contact.
Prepare proposals and assist in presentations.
Other duties as assigned.
At least a two-year degree in a telecommunications related field.
Must have a minimum of 4 years of work experience on network design, implementation, and optimization.
Must have excellent written and verbal communication skills and strong analytical and problem-solving skills.
Must be capable of applying intensive and diversified knowledge of principles and practices to broad areas of assignments.
Bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering from an accredited program.
Professional Engineering (PE) registration.
Previous consulting experience.
Previous utility company experience.
Experience with MPLS technology
Burns & Mcdonnell