Spectrum Enterprise currently seeks a Network Engineer II for our Carrier Commercial Engineering Team. Below please find a brief description of the essential duties and responsibilities required to function successfully in this position.
Position Summary: Network Engineer II position will be responsible for the design of carrier class Commercial circuits within the Time Warner Cable organization.
Essential Job Functions: Utilize internal tools such as Granite Xng and Sales Force to design Commercial Engineering network elements and Commercial Services consistent with Engineering policies, standards, and best practices. Maintain the sites objects, network equipment, network and service path designs in Granite Xng to a 90 - 95% accuracy rating. Troubleshoot and resolve Granite, Sales Force and Design issues. Maintains TID management, IP addressing and IP allocation for equipment and network interfaces. Network Design, Granite and Sales Force experience necessary. Expected to respond to on-call issues and participate in a standby rotation. Must be able to function effectively in a team environment to accomplish team goals.
Candidate Should Have Understanding Of: Optical Networking (CWDM, DWDM). Networking Protocols (IPv4, IPv6). Engineering/Modeling. Point to Point, Point to Multi-point, Multi-point to Multi-point, Dedicate Internet Access and Primary Rate interface (PRI) Network Topologies. Telcordia naming definitions for sites, equipment and circuits
Job Requirements: 5 years of experience administering a data (Ethernet, CWDM, DWDM) network. Ability to design MPLS, VPLS, RPR, 802.1Q switched networks, and related routing protocols. Understanding of optical transmission technologies including SONET, DWDM, CWDM, and xPON services as well as layer 3 routing and layer 2 switching / circuit emulation. Understanding of DC and AC power usage and planning. Experience with a large campus, enterprise, or carrier MPLS/BGP network as well as Sonet/TDM equipment. Microsoft Office, Excel and Visio. Demonstrates knowledge of LAG & MC-LAG architecture. Understanding physical and logical cross-connects as it relates to network design and traffic management. Has the ability to perform data analysis and reconciliation with reports and other data sources in order to support the network.
Preferred Qualifications: Prefer Cisco, Alcatel, Juniper, RAD, and ADVA experience preferred but not required. Working experience with Telcordia Granite Inventory Client and circuit database is preferred but not required. Industry recognized network certification is preferred by not required.
Education and Experience: Bachelor's degree (B. A.) from four-year college or university; or equivalent training, education and experience.
Travel Requirements: 15%
Supervisory/Managerial Responsibilities: No Supervisory responsibilities with this position.