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PlayStation, Sony Interactive Entertainment (Aliso Viejo, CA)

Manager, Network Operations

 

Come build a team of network engineers to operate a global network that serves all of PlayStation! We are looking for a strong leader to develop and lead a network operations team in Orange County, CA in a follow the sun operations model. Your team will collaborate with teams in Berlin, Germany and Adelaide, Australia to ensure 24x7 operations. This individual will have the ability to be hands-on but have strong people management skills.

 

Your team will consist of Network Engineers that can lead projects, build new networks, contribute to automation (NetDevOps), and be fully independent in operating a complex global network.

 

Core Responsibilities:

  • Work with the NetOps management to build a team of Network Engineers to Operate our network.
  • Build an amazing team inline with PlayStation culture that will attract and retain top talent.
  • Ensure daily operations, track work on projects, changes, and incidents.
  • Ensure processes and procedures are followed.
  • Collaborate with the rest of NetOps management to ensure consistency between staff globally.
  • Develop a strong relationship with each engineer to ensure their overall health, happiness, and success at PlayStation.
  • Support the professional goals and development opportunities for the engineering staff.
  • Provide coaching through mentoring, training, and 1:1s.
  • Contribute to the design and enhancement of the global backbone and data center infrastructures.
  • Leverage and assist in the development of automation tools and processes to proactively monitor the health of the network and respond to events.
  • Participate in developing policies, procedures and technical reports associated with operating and maintaining the global network.
  • Provide technical guidance and support to junior engineers in interpreting and reacting to network events.
  • Participate in an oncall rotation as a 3rd level.

 

Required Experience:

  • Leading teams of 4+ engineers.
  • Experience with team building and mentoring engineers.
  • Exceptional verbal and written communication skills.
  • Strong understanding of network fundamentals (e.g. TCP/IP, Ethernet, IP Addressing/Subnetting, VLANs, etc.)
  • Familiarity with service provider IGP implementations.
  • Experience with backbone and edge routing policy, engineering, and operation in a multi-transit, multi-peer environment.
  • Comfortable with core backbone routers, layer 2 and layer 3 switches
  • Capable of mentoring junior-level network engineers in all aspects of network design, operations and deployment.

 

Desirable Experience:

  • Leading a team of engineers in a global capacity.
  • Working in a follow the sun model.
  • Experience with Juniper MX, QFX and EX series platforms.
  • Experience with ISIS
  • Experience with BGP route dissemination in a global network environment.
  • Familiarity with MPLS-TE
  • Familiarity with IPV6
  • Experience with cluster networking/CLOS fabrics
  • Experience with router firewall policies.
  • Experience with optical media.

 

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