Network Engineer

Company Name:
Principle IT
Role : Network Engineer
Location : Chandler,
Contract: 6 months

BS in
Science or related Engineering Discipline
o 8+ years of experience recent operational hands on experience in highly scalable and availability footprints across various network technologies
o Must have extensive experience in implementing and troubleshooting Routing and Switching, F5 Load Balancers, DNS, DHCP.
o Must have extensive experience in implementing and troubleshooting Cisco Nexus Environment, F5, PAN and Infoblox(DNS)
o Must have extensive hands on experience in designing and implementing enterprise/carrier-class networks
o Must have hands on experience in LAN Protocols and technologies - HSRP, VRRP, Spanning Tree, vPC, Fabric Path, LACP, 802.1x Network Authentication
- Must have hands on experience in WAN Protocols and technology - MPLS, VPLS, T3/E3, T1/E1, OC-3, OC12, IPSec, DMVPN etc
- Must have hands on experience in Wireless technology - Cisco WLC, Miraki, Aurba
- Must have hands on experience on Network Security Infrastructure (Firewalls, Proxy Servers, VPN Concentrators etc). Deep knowledge of firewall configuration across a multi-vendor environment

Desired Skills & Experience
o Cisco, F5, Juniper
o CCIE Routing and Switching will be added advantage

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