About Starry:

Starry is a rapidly growing internet service provider and we are proud to be an Equal Opportunity workplace. Just like the internet service we provide, we do not discriminate. We welcome people from all over the world to share their knowledge and perspectives. At Starry, you can discover the many careers and opportunities that are made possible when you connect people to the limitless possibilities of the internet.

Our mission focuses on two things. First, we’re making the experience of accessing the internet simple, transparent, and delightful. Second, we’re bringing that experience to underserved communities around the world. We approach our mission with a cutting-edge wireless technology, customer service designed to delight, and a culture of innovation and intellectual curiosity.

What you'll do:

This position is full time and work from home; however, you must be based in one of the following areas: California, Massachusetts, New York state, or Washington D.C. As a Tier II Network Operations Analyst, you’ll be responsible for ensuring our national network standards are adhered to and serve as the primary point of contact for internal stakeholders during network related events.

  • Participate in the 24/7 support of the Starry network, serving as first point of contact for any network related event and ensuring each event is brought to resolution and any appropriate remedial work is scheduled and completed
  • Serve as primary point of contact for internal teams on complex/escalated technical issues related to the Starry network
  • Monitor network infrastructure and resolve and/or escalate events in real time, escalating when necessary and managing incidents and events to resolution
  • Drive reductions in MTTR, incidents and events striving for preemptive and preventive actions wherever possible
  • Identify issues in the network from automated reporting that impact as little as one customer, and own the fix process end-to-end
  • Remotely support teams in the field during bring up and maintenance of equipment
  • Maintain schedule of outstanding, ongoing, and upcoming internal and external maintenance
  • Ensure network monitoring software is always up to date with recent additions to the Starry Network (configuring, adding new devices, etc)

Who you are:

  • You work quickly, independently, and with great attention to detail.
  • You are committed to providing a consistently high level of support, going above and beyond in each interaction you have with a Starry customer or internal stakeholder because you care deeply about representing our brand and team.
  • You have a high degree of personal tact and the ability to synthesize complex technical scenarios to a distributed team of Engineers and Field Technicians.
  • You have expert knowledge of hardware, routing, switching, networking and extensive knowledge of application and OS support.

Points for:

  • 3+ years of NOC or troubleshooting customer service experience working with telco/ISP/cable networks, complex technical services, or for a SaaS company
  • Excellent network layer 1-3 experience
  • Proven IT experience in managing professional networks and related devices, tools, and processes
  • Strong people and project management skills
  • Basic Linux system knowledge
  • Configuration and troubleshooting of Cisco and Cisco-like devices
  • Ability to work from home in a quiet, dedicated space as well as occasional travel to our downtown Boston office

Bonus points if... 

  • You've worked at an Internet Service Provider and constantly wanted to tear all the systems you used apart and build something better. Specifically, you have experience working in a NOC or other network support related role.
  • You're as comfortable working in a terminal as you are in a GUI.
  • You write scripts to handle repetitive tasks (or you have a desire to learn how!).
  • You've used ticketing, issue tracking, and project tracking softwares such as Zendesk and Jira.
  • You love new technology, IoT, and have a large library of devices in your home.

Starry values providing prospective employees with a fair chance to pursue opportunities. We will consider for employment all qualified applicants with criminal histories in a manner consistent with the requirements of any applicable Fair Chance ordinance.

We work hard, so we take care of each other and try to enjoy ourselves along the way.
 
All full time Starry employees receive:
  • 100% employer paid low deductible health plan, dental plan, vision plan, AD&D and life insurance
  • 401(k) retirement plan and stock option grants in a privately-held company
  • 12 weeks of 100% paid parental leave for new mothers and fathers after six months of continuous employment
  • Professional development assistance after six months of employment
  • Catered meals on a weekly basis for employees working in the office
  • Casual dress, community clubs, annual fitness reimbursement, stocked kitchen and other perks and discounts

Happy Interneting!

Qualified Applicants must be legally authorized for employment in the United States. Qualified Applicants will not require employer sponsored work authorization now or in the future for employment in the United States.

Disclaimer: This job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required of the employee.

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