Network Engineer I
Company: MyMichigan Health
Posted on: January 24, 2023
This position manages the enterprise-wide network infrastructure
hardware, software and related services. This person will be
expected to: install, configure, and manage network communications
hardware and software; monitor and manage network performance;
manage various network services and address/designation systems
related to network communications; work closely with vendors and
others to provide a network infrastructure that meets the needs of
the organization; establish and communicate policies, procedures,
and standards for the use of the network infrastructure; ensure
that critical business functions are protected from disruption due
to network failure or unavailability; acts as a technical
consultant to others in various areas of expertise.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
(40%)*Installs, configures, and manages network communication
infrastructure components, such as routers, switches, wireless
systems, communication devices, cabling, etc. Maintains network
equipment and network management systems at correct software
levels. Troubleshoots network communication and configuration
(40%)*Recommends and prepares equipment configurations for
additions and modifications to the network infrastructure to meet
the needs of applications and users consistent with established
organizational standards and practices.
(20%)*Monitors, manages, and reports network performance and
resource utilization; projects future utilization and recommends
capacity and upgrade approaches. Analyzes network traffic to
resolve and prevent problems.
OTHER DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Establishes, documents, and communicates and monitors compliance
with policies, procedures, and standards relating to the use,
operation, and deployment of the network infrastructure in
conformance with MyMichigan standards.
Manages various naming, designation, and address assignment systems
and related servers consistent with MyMichigan standards and
Investigates opportunities and develops proposals to take advantage
of network and computing technologies that best meet needs of
Leads and participates on project teams to implement projects
Participates on building and design project teams as representative
of IR department.
Participates in troubleshooting and problem solving efforts for a
broad range of IT technical issues.
Consults with users, IR department, and others in organization on
network issues and capabilities and other areas of expertise.
Trains others on network technologies, installation standards, best
practices and related topics.
Develops and tests disaster recovery plan for network
Develops and implements backup strategies appropriate to
applications and consistent with user needs.
Assists in the management of network servers and software,
including network application support and administration of network
MyMichigan Health is a technology driven organization and employees
need to demonstrate competency in Microsoft Windows.
An employee may be required to participate in further learning
opportunities offered by MyMichigan Health.
CERTIFICATIONS AND LICENSURES REQUIRED EDUCATION:
Associate's Degree in IS-related field or equivalent technical
training is required.
Bachelor's Degree in IS/IT related field and current Cisco or
Microsoft certifications are preferred.
EXPERIENCE, TRAINING AND SKILLS:
A high degree of familiarity with Windows PC hardware and software,
knowledge of and experience with Windows NT/2000/XP/2003 Server OSS
and Unix experience are all strongly preferred.
One (1) year experience configuring and managing routers, hubs,
switches and other network infrastructure devices in an enterprise
environment is preferred.
Three (3) years professional experience in IS/IT required.
Knowledge of an experience with the following are all required:
Cisco routers and switches; network management including network
protocol analysis and troubleshooting, SNMP, network security, and
network protocols (TCP/IP and all related protocols); wireless
networking; structured cabling systems; Internet technologies.
Demonstrated abilities to work effectively and carefully under
pressure, to meet project deadlines, to learn independently, to
communicate effectively with a variety of people and to write well
Excellent troubleshooting and problem solving skills are
Mandatory Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA)
training must be completed annually according to the Exposure
Keywords: MyMichigan Health, Midland , Network Engineer I, Engineering , Midland, Michigan
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