Internet2 has an immediate opening for a Program Director to help lead strategic initiatives of the newly NSF-funded Minority Serving – Cyberinfrastructure Consortium (MS-CC) Center of Excellence Demonstration Pilot Program.
The Program Director will work with an incredible community of collaborators who are committed to enabling advanced cyberinfrastructure for research and education at currently underserved colleges and universities.
This is a great opportunity for an individual who is familiar with campus cyberinfrastructure and passionate about advancing CI at historically Black colleges and universities, tribal colleges and universities, and other minority serving institutions. This is a remote opportunity; however, this role will require regular travel to MS-CC campuses.
Additional details about the position can be found here: MS-CC Program Director.
Missouri is embarking on the most ambitious broadband development effort we’ve ever undertaken. To lead the way in bridging Missouri’s digital divide, we are seeking a Director for the Office of Broadband Development (OBD), located within the Department of Economic Development (DED).
Governor Mike Parson announced a plan in August 2021 to deploy more than $400 million in American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) funds to increase broadband internet access, adoption, and assistance statewide. Coupled with broadband commitments in the bi-partisan Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act, Missouri has an opportunity to unlock the economic potential of our state and serve Missourians for generations to come. Please apply today if you think you’re the right leader for this important role! If you have questions prior to applying, please contact HRHelpdesk@ded.mo.gov.
NYSERNet is hiring a Network and Facilities Engineer.
The main duties are:
Provide configuration, implementation, operational support, and documentation of various networking technologies in use by NYSERNet on its backbone network, customer connections, network peerings, and internal LANs. Also provide engineering, implementation, and operational support for NYSERNet Points of Presence (PoPs) throughout its network footprint, including its Syracuse Data Center and 32 Ave of Americas Colocation Facility in New York City. This position will focus on the operation and implementation of NYSERNet’s network and facilities within the Research & Education (R&E) industry, with an emphasis on enabling our customers’ advanced network connectivity needs. The network consists of Juniper and Cisco switching and
routing equipment, ADVA DWDM Optical systems, and a substantial fiber-optic cabling plant and co-location facilities which span New York State and extend south to Ashburn, VA. The Network and Facilities Engineer will be an active contributor in projects supporting the operation, growth, and evolution of NYSERNet’s network, its customer connectivity services, and the underlying facilities and physical plant that underpin the network.
CASC is seeking an Executive Director who will help its members create a robust, sustainable ecosystem supporting academic cyberinfrastructure and research computing and data services, enabled by a vibrant, diverse community of professionals. This part time position works under the direction of, and collaborates closely with, the CASC Executive Committee to provide strategic leadership and substantive management in pursuit of CASC’s mission and objectives, https://casc.org/about/ .
Join our mission to provide world-class network support to the North Carolina public school systems, charter schools, community colleges, universities, public safety organizations, and healthcare industry. We understand that it is the employees that make us successful so we’ve created an environment that helps people do their best work. You’ll also enjoy a competitive salary and a popular, comprehensive benefits package! Position will be located in the Research Triangle Park in North Carolina.
The position proactively monitors facilities and systems for required maintenance and repairs. The position will perform maintenance duties including rough carpentry, electrical, painting, heating, ventilation, fleet maintenance, and basic equipment and facility repairs.
As MCNC continues to grow our service offerings across the state through the implementation of our new strategic plan, the CFO will have overall responsibility for the fiscal needs and health of MCNC. The CFO is an executive-level role and will have day-to-day and long-term impact on all company operations and new initiatives.
This position is responsible for maintaining and improving MCNC’s client engagement, marketing strategy, and promoting our unique position in the marketplace. The position will engage the organization internally to enhance our already strong client service functions, marketing of MCNC services, and ensure client outreach and performance remain at the forefront of the organization’s operations. The position will have ultimate responsibility for the successful management of all MCNC client relationships, developing new business, growing our existing client base, and providing input on client needs. The position will oversee the branding, marketing, and communication vision to promote MCNC’s unique position in the marketplace, including external events. This role will have the opportunity to evolve further as MCNC continues to grow its service offerings and expand our operations across the state.
We are recruiting for an Associate Fiber Network Engineer to provide coverage to the Greensboro West region of the state.
This position will support MCNC and its senior engineering and operational staff on the successful operation and management of the statewide MCNC fiber network. This will primarily serve the MCNC fiber route west of Greensboro.
Our team at Indiana University is hiring a Network Performance Analyst to help identify and troubleshoot end-to-end research network performance issues. The person hired into this role will work with both the Engagement and Performance Operations Center (EPOC) and International Networks at Indiana University (IN@IU) to assist end users to make data transfers more effective. The position requires a bachelor’s degree and at least 2 years of systems engineering or network analysis experience or a relevant combination of related education and experience. Familiarity with research networking and network monitoring tools such as RouteViews, perfSONAR, sFlow, or routing-insight tools is also a plus but not a requirement. The successful candidate will need to be comfortable with public speaking and be open to significant domestic and some international travel once pandemic-related travel restrictions are lifted.
If you are interested in research networking and network monitoring, would enjoy troubleshooting complex end-to-end network performance issues, and are comfortable working in a dynamic, team-oriented environment, we encourage you to learn more about the position and apply.
Provide customer service/technical support for OneNet’s statewide Internet services.
Successful candidate must have the capability to plan, design, install and implement a variety of network infrastructures. The candidate should also possess the knowledge of telecommunications, networks and computer operating systems. In addition, they should have a comprehensive understanding of TCP/IP and related protocols and technologies. The candidate should be proficient in routing protocol management (OSPF, BGP, IGRP/EIGRP, CDP, and NAT is a plus). Candidate should be proficient in configuration and management of Juniper and Cisco platforms. Must also be able to troubleshoot and provide solutions to telecommunications and application issues. Candidate should demonstrate knowledge of virtual platforms including VMware ESX/ESXi. Candidate should be well versed in high-availability configurations of virtual server environments as well as disaster recovery procedures. Candidate should be proficient in administering and maintaining Unix/Linux Environments, specifically in regard to patching, OS upgrades, and data recovery.
New Jersey’s Higher Education and Research Network (NJEdge.Net) provides connectivity and transport services, access to Internet2 and support for various on-network applications and services to more than 50 connected members throughout the State of New Jersey and the region.
Reporting to the Principal Network Architect, the Network & Systems Engineer (Level 1) manages the daily operational activities of the NJEdge.Net network and systems. This position is responsible for the systems maintenance of the switching/routing infrastructure for production and maintenance systems. Responsibilities include support for remote hands on installation, moves, adds and repairs of network hardware, supporting ongoing member installation and upgrade projects along with trouble shooting both core network, member access, performance and systems issues.