Pilot is a modern connectivity company based in New York City. We deliver fiber-optic internet and network services to business with no contracts, backed by a 100% uptime guarantee and 24/7 proactive support.

We're a passionate, close-knit team that believes businesses have more important things to worry about than their internet connection. Our top priority is enabling extraordinary work across all industries with connectivity solutions that are adaptive, agile, and designed with the customer in mind.

This person must be able to work evening shift or 2nd shift (3-12am Eastern Time).

ON A TYPICAL DAY YOU’LL

  • Respond to incoming support phone calls, emails, and tickets promptly.
  • Log all troubleshooting communication in Pilot's proprietary help desk system.
  • Collaborate with other teams to improve network designs, solutions, and policies.
  • Develop standards and best practices for Pilot network infrastructure.
  • Troubleshoot networking, routing, LAN/WAN and interconnectivity problems, including network hardware issues.
  • Respond to emergency outages and work with Construction and Fiber Operations to communicate timely updates to customers.
  • Provide technical answers and resources to other Pilot departments.
  • Troubleshoot network capacity such as dark fiber, wavelengths, peering, and transit.
  • Act as a point of escalation for large network needs and unknown issues presented by support.
  • Document and perform maintenances for upgrades to our Network and core equipment when needed.
  • Quickly and accurately escalate issues that require senior leadership.

WHAT MAKES THIS REMOTE ROLE DIFFERENT

  • You’ll be the first responder for all support calls, emails, and tickets.
  • You’ll be the point person for upholding our SLA 15 minute response time during your assigned hours.
  • You’ll check in regularly with updates to your Manager on daily progress.
  • You’ll attend all scheduled meetings via video call with camera on.
  • You’ll communicate in advance any changes to your schedule or plans to be away from your desk.
  • You’ll provide your own quiet desk space to perform your role fully without interruption.

WHAT WE’RE LOOKING FOR

  • A strong communicator who responds quickly and proactively updates Management with daily progress updates.
  • Someone with a thorough understanding of TCP/IP and experience configuring and troubleshooting IP routing/switching technologies and protocols like BGP, ISIS, and MPLS
  • Experience with Juniper network hardware platforms
  • Understanding of internet routing and network interconnection
  • Preferred experience working with an Internet service provider or large enterprise
  • Preferred experience in VoIP or Telecom
  • Plus to have knowledge of wireless and fixed wireless systems
  • Strong organizational experience and ability to communicate to both internal and external stakeholders

PILOT’S PAY & PERKS

  • Medical, Dental, Vision Coverage
  • Company-sponsored 401(k)
  • Stock Options
  • Commuter Reimbursement
  • Wellness Reimbursement

At Pilot, we believe differences make us stronger, and that our diversity is something to celebrate. Pilot hires without regard to race, color, religion or belief, national, social or ethnic origin, sex (and pregnancy), age, physical, mental or sensory disability, HIV status, sexual orientation, gender identity and/or expression, marital, civil union or domestic partnership status, past or present military service, family medical history or genetic information, family or parental status, or any other status protected by the laws or regulations in the locations where we operate.

Pilot Fiber, Inc. is not open to third-party solicitation or resumes for our posted positions. Any resume submitted to a Pilot Fiber, Inc. employee by a recruiting firm that does not have a valid, written search agreement with us will be considered a referral, regardless of whether it is submitted for a posted position or for general consideration, and no matter how it is submitted (via email, the Internet, or other means). No fee will be paid in the event a candidate is hired by Pilot Fiber, Inc. as a result of the referral or through other means.

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