Senior Network Engineer

As a member of the DICK'S Sporting Goods IT Network Engineering Team, the Senior Network Engineer will work with a highly technical group of professionals responsible for the design of the company's corporate and eCommerce network infrastructure, both on premise and cloud. This individual will partner with business and IT teams to provide engineering, support, and maintenance of the network infrastructure (e.g. LAN/WAN routing and switching, Wireless, Firewalls / Security, and Loadbalancing), with a mind toward automation within the infrastructure. Work with business and IT teams to identify technology solutions to achieve business results. Ensure appropriate implementation of technology in production and non-production environments for corporate and eCommerce platforms. Provide Network systems technical support to business and IT partners. Establish, maintain, and enhance relationships with business and IT partners. Maintain awareness of trends and issues in the area of Networking Systems technology; evaluate new technology opportunities, and provide analysis of their potential impact to business. Provide off hours networksupport via on call process. Bachelor's Degree:Computer Science,Information Systems or equivalent experience 5-7 years Cisco Routing and Switching and Wireless F5 Loadbalancing Palo Alto and Check Point Firewalls Proven skills in configuring and maintaining enterprise level networking infrastructure (e.g. firewalls, loadbalancers, routers, switches, wireless LAN controllers, access points). Knowledge of Cisco IOS, WAN/LAN design. Knowledge and experience with Software Defined Networking, preferably Cisco's ACI. Ability to assist with deploying networking solution on premise, cloud, or hybrid. Security-related hardware and software experience, IPS/IDS, and centralized event monitoring. In depth understanding of internal and external DNS technologies Knowledge and experience with network automation tools, software, and programming . 18000JZG
Salary Range: NA
Minimum Qualification
5 - 7 years

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