Are you looking for a fun, collaborative and high-tech environment to grow your network engineering skills? Wood Rodgers is a Civil Engineering firm based in Sacramento with a fun, collaborative, and technology-focused environment.  We offer great pay, benefits, career and education advancement, and too many perks to put in a posting!   

We are looking for a Network Engineer to support our hybrid network environment out of our Sacramento, CA office.  This position would provide Tier II and III network services support and resolve incident and problem management for our enterprise network of eight sites throughout California and Nevada. Respond to operational requests day to day and manage all Azure and on site infrastructure projects and upgrades. Work closely with the network administrators and the help desk to review new service requests, respond quickly to incidents and operational outages, manage the network infrastructure diagrams, manage all ip addresses, wireless access points, and assist with operational and process improvements. Perform software and hardware upgrades as well as support ISP circuit installations and cutovers. Manage our barracuda email security environment, perform network and DFS backups, manage our firewall and other security appliances alongside our vendors.   

What you will be doing: 

  • Review and completion of operational service requests via the Solar Winds Service Desk ticketing system
  • Perform software and hardware upgrades to network equipment both on premise and in Azure
  • Perform onsite WAN and Internet circuit installations and turn ups
  • Perform Site Surveys to support new and existing offices
  • Installation and implementation of network equipment in at all offices
  • Management of all network equipment supporting the enterprise for both project and operational requirements
  • Monitor and resolve network incidents on a 24X7 basis
  • The position maintains technical expertise in all areas of network and security hardware and software both in Azure and on premise that interconnect or interface, such as routers, switches, firewalls and gateways
  • Develops Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) and other technical documentation



  • Strong experience with VMWare, MS Azure, M365, Palo Alto firewalls, Aruba Switches, and SQL databases
  • Strong Experience in designing and deploying new networking environments
  • Experience supporting Distributed File Systems across an enterprise environment
  • Experience with email and endpoint security solutions
  • Experience managing ip addresses, vendors, and ip traffic priorities.
  • Strong understanding and experience in the Change Management process


Desired Qualifications: 

  • Minimum of eight years of experience in hands-on network management
  • Network certifications (CCNA, CCNE, Azure badges, etc.)
  • Associates Degree or higher
  • Ability to design and monitor effective network solutions
  • Possession of excellent oral and written communication skills

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