Network Engineer

THIS IS BLUE APRON

Chefs around the world wear blue aprons when learning to cook, and for us it has become a symbol of lifelong learning.  Our highly motivated group of food enthusiasts are inspired to work on complex business problems with creativity and passion always looking to learn something new. We take preparation seriously, embrace a spirit of excellence, and put in the extra effort in everything we do.  We are thrilled to be part of our customers’ lives, cooking and creating experiences in their home kitchens.

WHO'S IN THE KITCHEN 

As a network engineer you'll have responsibility for setting up, developing and maintaining computer networks within Blue Apron. Our aim is to ensure the integrity of high availability network infrastructure to provide maximum performance for our users. 

 

WHAT'S ON THE MENU 

Duties: Plan, design, and implement networking infrastructure, including dark fibers and wave-links connections. Oversee production and corporate network, including architecture, security, implementation, scalability, automation, monitoring, and growth, and drive roadmaps and technology initiatives. Develop an in-house Software-Defined Networking (SDN) system. Design core Multiprotocol Label Switching (MPLS) network including class of service (CoS) and automated provisioned Layered Service Provider (LSP) tunnels. Support ongoing network design and corporate IT needs through remote host-based systems. Perform daily network monitoring, verifying the integrity and availability of all hardware, server resources, systems and key processes, reviewing system and application logs, and verifying completion of scheduled jobs. Manage vendor relationships, negotiate discounts, and eliminate unnecessary services. Oversee Engineering team, including managing day-to-day prioritization of tasks, and participating in hiring process. Use CIP based networks, networking hardware including Meraki, Cisco, and Juniper, and Network Infrastructure topology including LAN/WAN, TCP/IP, and VPN, in order to carry out job duties.

NECESSARY INGREDIENTS 

Requirements: Bachelor’s degree or foreign equivalent in Computer Information Systems, Computer Science, or closely related technical field and five (5) years of experience in a related network/security engineer role. Alternatively, in lieu of Bachelor’s degree, must have seven (7) years of experience in specified roles. Any suitable combination of education, training or experience is acceptable. Five (5) years of experience must include performing network and security management; and managing large-scale networks and security systems. Three (3) years of experience must include overseeing production and corporate network, including architecture, security, implementation, scalability, automation, monitoring, and growth; performing Network Architecture design and implementation; and using network protocols including BGP, OSPF, Spanning tree, MPLS, ECMP, VPN, STP-MST, DHCP, VRFs, VRRP, IP-SEC, Large Scale NAT, and load balancing solutions. Organized, proactive and team-oriented

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