[Hiring] TS/SCI Network Engineer - Washington, DC $90,000-$130,000
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Location - Washington, DC
Clearance - TS/SCI
Compensation - $90,000-$130,000+
Essential Duties & Responsibilities
Review existing network designs and core network switch configurations to ensure they meet the latest security guidelines and that the network is running at optimum levels and secure.
Configure and maintain Cisco devices such as router, switches, Nexus switches and Palo Alto firewalls
Recommend updates and changes to the existing WAN network design, LAN design, and wireless network design
Recommend updates and changes for the existing core network switch configurations
Generate network designs for new Client locations or renovated spaces
Experience with configuring and maintaining TACLANES
Generate Bill of Materials (BOM) for new network projects in new or renovated Client locations
Conduct market research for Client network projects.
Engineer wired network solutions for future Client projects.
Develop and maintain accurate network documentation and network diagrams
Perform network assessments and security audits.
Review existing WAN and LAN designs which are in one of the following formats: Visio, CAD, PDF, Excel, Word and Power Point.
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