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Sr. Network Engineer

Job Overview

The Senior Network Engineer ensuring that the company's mission-critical network and infrastructure systems are available and properly functioning at all times. This position involves installing, configuring, and monitoring the company's voice, video, wireless, LAN, and WAN networks. The Engineer identifies technical deficiencies in designs, develops solutions, and drives them to completion. The Senior Network Engineer performs all responsibilities with a commitment to providing superior service to the company's employees and maintaining an atmosphere of teamwork and continuous improvement. This position requires working closely with various stakeholders to obtain and carry out company initiatives. 

Organizational Impact

The organization impact of a Senior Network Engineer can be significant. Some of the key impacts are:

- Improved Network Performance: A Senior Network Engineer is responsible for designing, implementing, and maintaining the organization's network infrastructure. They ensure that the network is optimized for performance, reliability, and security. This can lead to improved network performance, which can have a positive impact on the organization's productivity and efficiency.

- Increased Security: A Senior Network Engineer is responsible for ensuring that the organization's network is secure from external and internal threats. They implement security measures such as firewalls, intrusion detection systems, and encryption to protect the network from unauthorized access. This can help to prevent data breaches and other security incidents that can have a negative impact on the organization's reputation and financial stability.

- Cost Savings: A Senior Network Engineer can help to identify areas where the organization can save costs on network infrastructure. They can recommend cost-effective solutions that meet the organization's needs while minimizing expenses. This can help the organization to allocate resources more efficiently and reduce overall costs.

- Improved Collaboration: A Senior Network Engineer can help to improve collaboration within the organization by implementing tools and technologies that enable employees to work together more effectively. This can lead to better communication, increased productivity, and improved outcomes.

- Competitive Advantage: A Senior Network Engineer can help the organization to gain a competitive advantage by implementing innovative network solutions that improve efficiency, productivity, and customer satisfaction. This can help the organization to differentiate itself from competitors and attract and retain customers.

Key Systems

- Cisco networking equipment

- Routing and switching protocols (e.g. OSPF, BGP)

- Firewall technologies (e.g. Cisco ASA, Palo Alto)

- Network monitoring and management tools (e.g. SolarWinds, Nagios)

- Virtualization technologies (e.g. VMware, Hyper-V)


- Network architecture and design requirements

- Security policies and protocols

- Network performance metrics and monitoring tools

- Vendor and technology research and evaluation

- Collaboration with cross-functional teams and stakeholders


- Network design and implementation plans

- Troubleshooting and resolution of network issues

- Configuration and maintenance of network devices

- Documentation of network architecture and procedures

- Collaboration with other IT teams and departments to ensure network functionality and security


- Design and implement network infrastructure solutions

- Troubleshoot and resolve network issues

- Monitor network performance and security

- Collaborate with other IT teams and departments

- Provide technical guidance and mentorship to junior engineers

Recommended Items

  • Network design and implementation documentation
  • Network security policies and procedures
  • Change management processes
  • Incident response and disaster recovery plans
  • Network performance monitoring and reporting procedures

Content Examples

  • Network design documents
  • Network implementation plans
  • Network configuration documentation
  • Network troubleshooting guides
  • Network security policies and procedures

Sample Event-Driven Tasks

- Conduct a network security audit and implement necessary changes after a security breach

- Troubleshoot and resolve network connectivity issues for remote employees

- Upgrade network infrastructure to support new software applications

- Monitor network performance and proactively identify and resolve potential issues

- Implement disaster recovery protocols and conduct regular testing to ensure network resiliency

Sample Scheduled Tasks

- Conduct regular network performance analysis and optimization

- Implement and maintain network security protocols and policies

- Monitor and troubleshoot network issues and outages

- Plan and execute network upgrades and migrations

- Collaborate with other IT teams to ensure seamless integration of network infrastructure with other systems and applications

Sample Infill Tasks

- Troubleshoot network issues and provide solutions to ensure network uptime

- Design and implement network infrastructure upgrades and improvements

- Conduct network security assessments and implement security measures to protect against cyber threats

- Monitor network performance and analyze data to identify areas for optimization

- Provide technical guidance and mentorship to junior network engineers and support staff

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