The successful candidate will be enthusiastic and passionate about IT and Networking. Working as part of an expanding company, members of the Network Operations Team will have opportunities to work on their own initiative as well as part of a team and can expect to be developed to their maximum of their potential.

The role specifically involves working as a Network Operations Engineer as a first/second level of contact, supporting a large-scale enterprise network infrastructure for one of our global customers.

Hours: 5 days a week (including weekends). Rotating Shift Pattern (typical range will be Mon-Fri 9:00am to 6:00pm, On-call shift rotation will be required for weekends also.)



  • Maintain and support a large-scale enterprise network infrastructure that will include routers, switches, servers, network operating system software, network management software and other related hardware
  • Will participate in shift rotation, providing first level network support in the areas of LAN/WAN, including both wired and wireless, intranets and interfaces to the internet (Typical shift rotation hours will be between 9:00am and 6:00pm, and On-Call rotation during weekends)
  • Communicate with end users via tasking tools, group chats and phone
  • Multi-tasking various user issue’s effectively and efficiently, while documenting trouble shooting and triage steps so other team members can follow if required
  • Escalating tasks to Tier II while documenting summary of problem and troubleshooting steps that have been taken.
  • Perform RMA’s and/or hardware swap, while working with third party OEM’s and customer cross functional support teams
  • Troubleshoot and investigate issues with long haul circuits and hardware, working closely with ISP’s to minimize downtime to the office network. Being able to communicate with carrier and diagnose problems
  • Schedule and perform routine network maintenance, that includes software upgrades, patch fixes
  • Perform queue management for user tasks, alarms, alert tasks, incidents and trouble shoot/and or triage as necessary
  • Follow documented runbook and procedures to assist in trouble shooting and completion of tasks
  • Must have excellent customer service skills and the ability to deal with end users / management during times of pressure



  • The ideal candidate should have minimum 3+ years’ experience in Enterprise Network support and large-scale network operations
  • Experience with multiple vendor hardware platforms including Cisco, Juniper, Arista, Aruba and HPE
  • Demonstrated knowledge of Layer2/3 technologies and protocols, including, RSTP, VLAN, VTP, ARP, OSPF, BGP, TCP/IP, UDP
  • Knowledge of application level protocols such as SNMP, telnet, FTP, HTTP, HTTPS, DHCP, DNS
  • Demonstrated ability to analyze complex situations and utilize troubleshooting skills, systems and tools, and creative problem-solving abilities under pressure
  • Solid understanding of Enterprise Network Design, infrastructure, and operational best practices
  • Proficiency in Linux operating system, scripting experience a plus
  • Ability to work in fast-paced and dynamic environments with limited supervision
  • Strong attention to detail with excellent time management and organization skills
  • Experience with IPv4 & IPv6 in a dual stack environment is mandatory
  • Team player, excellent written and verbal communication
  • Self-motivated, strong analytical thinker who enjoys problem solving
  • Capable of working/using own initiative with minimal supervision.



  • Associates or Bachelor’s degree in computer science or related discipline
  • Certification such as CCNA, JNCIA, Network+ desired. CCNP or JNCIP a plus.



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