In this role, you will serve as a senior network engineer for the Directorate for Science and Technology (ST). Install, configure, and maintain client computing infrastructure, including switches, routers, and Cisco ASAs in a Special Access Program (SAP) IT environment, at a global enterprise level. Plan and conduct installations, transitions, conversions, and cut-overs of network components and capabilities.
In this position, you will design and implementation of integrated networks, including personnel hardware, software and support facilities and/or equipment. Supervises team of Network Engineers through project completion.
In this role, you will prepare reports to inform and advise senior technical staff and management, as required and provide innovative solutions to complex functional problems that impact function's success.
In this role, you will be responsible for all aspects of enterprise network engineering services, including WAN, LAN and Datacenter Network design and standards as well as gateway technologies such as outbound access to Internet and inbound access to applications hosted in datacenters.
In this role, the successful candidate will conduct network and security assessments to troubleshoot and optimize network performance and design; perform root cause analysis, and follow up to ensure the issues are addressed at the root level.
In this role, you will utilize monitoring, performance analysis, network management, software and hardware equipment to trouble shoot and isolate problems, gauge network performance, and trace data and protocol activity.
The Senior Network Security Engineer needs to be familiar with networking and firewall components. They require the ability to establish VPN connectivity, as well as, configure routing between Census and CSP's. The engineer will have an in depth understanding of application port/protocols to support server communication.
In this position, you will have an in depth understanding of application port/protocols to support server communication. Furthermore, the engineer will need a good understanding of layer 2/layer 3 technology to deploy a CSP network infrastructure supporting server/application platforms.
The Network Infrastructure Engineer Lead be responsible for the projects and O&M related to the Decennial network infrastructure. Tasks include the installation, configuration and maintenance of routers/switches, Wireless LAN Controllers and access points, and the activation of all WAN telecommunication circuits.
In this role, the selected candidate will provide expert level analysis of voice, video, radio-frequency, and/or data communications networks, including planning, designing, evaluating, selecting, and upgrading operating systems and protocol suites and configuring communication media with concentrators, bridges, and other devices.
In this role, the selected candidate will support the design, evaluation, installation, and management of the USCB LAN/WAN infrastructure, which constitutes the foundation for the Bureaus data, voice and video communications systems, and also includes the development and maintenance of the Bureaus wireless LAN (WLAN) infrastructure.