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Network analyst

Company Name:
The Judge Group
Job ID: 413803
Job Title: NETWORK ANALYST
Job Type: Permanent
Company: JUDGE GROUP
Location: Johnston, RI
Contact E-mail:
Salary: Competitive
Description:
Network Analyst
Network/Systems Admin
As a Network Analyst you will be responsible to ensure the performance, capacity, availability and security of our client as network infrastructure is maintained. This also includes recommending solutions, strategies or new technologies to solve business problems or streamline processing improvements.
Skills:
Experience with network infrastructure:
oEthernet, TCP/IP
oRouting protocols: EIGRP, MPLS, and BGP
oCisco Routers, Switches, and Firewalls
Ability to effectively and systematically troubleshoot complex network, system incidents, problems and events
Support and Monitor LAN/WAN infrastructure for performance, security and stability
Maintain updated network infrastructure documentation
Identify network trends and proactively address issues
Familiarity with Microsoft Windows operating systems and virtualization:
oWindows Server 2008/2012
oActive Directory and Domain Structure
oGroup Policy Administration
oDNS, DHCP, and IIS Administration
oVMWare VSphere server virtualization
Industry recognized certification (desired)
oCisco Certified Network Association (CCNA)
Strong communication and teamwork skills
Able to work effectively with little supervision
Education:
Bachelor's degree from a four-year college or university strongly preferred.
Experience:
Two or more years' experience in network administration and support
Location:Johnston, RI
This is a permanent placement position with a very competitive salary.
If you are qualified, available, and interested, please more information and consideration.

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