NETWORK DESTOP SPECIALIST
The main function of a network systems specialist is to determine user requirements and design specifications for computer networks. A typical network systems specialist is responsible for planning and implementing network upgrades.
Adjust network sizes to meet volume or capacity demands. Communicate with customers, sales staff, or marketing staff to determine customer needs. Coordinate network operations, maintenance, repairs or upgrades. Design, build, or operate equipment configuration prototypes, including network hardware, software, servers, or server operation systems. Determine specific network hardware or software requirements such as platforms, interfaces, bandwidths, or routine schemas. Develop and implement solutions for network problems.
Knowledge of computer hardware as it relates to data storage. Knowledge of computer software, such as configuration management software, desktop communications software, operating system software and internet directory services software.
Education/Experience: Bachelor's degree in a technical field such as computer science, computer engineering or related field required. 10+ years of experience required. Network/systems administration/related work experience required. Cisco Certified Network Professional (CCNP) certification a plus.
Strong PaloAlto and Checkpoint firewall experience, 8-10 yrs Strong route/switch: Cisco, 8-10 yrs Strong network troubleshooting skills, 8-10 yrs Able to work independently Remote work available
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