The position will work closely with other network security engineers and information services personnel to ensure that logging and monitoring is integrated with the various networks, systems and database architectures and to ensure that security policies are being effectively employed.
Provide technical assistance to the systems staff with solutions of technical and construction issues; serve as technical liaison between the Contractor, General Engineering Consultant (GEC) and the Railroad Representatives.
The Systems & Network Engineer is responsible for cost-effective design/selection/provisioning of network assets, configuring network security solutions, hardware and software installation/configuration, and maintenance of systems and networks.
Provide feedback to engineering on revisions, improvement ideas, and/or new product development requests;create and deliver technical presentations and demonstrations, in an effective manor, to internal and external customers.
Identify, Evaluate, Administrate and apply engineering solutions to system security platforms/applications to include: system firewalls, Host IPS, web application firewalls, database activity firewalls, system monitoring and log management solutions.
The Network Engineer will help lead the design, implementation, and daily operations of a services-oriented network environment. In addition, this position will be responsible for deployment standards, continued maintenance, and support of all routers, switches, firewalls, load balancers, wireless, and customer service delivery network components.
The Network Engineer will be responsible for all aspects of Eaton Vances network communications, architecture including network security, server connectivity, LANs, WAN, Wireless, DNS, and general network problem solving.