A Network Administrator 1(NA1) will provide proactive technical support to both the KINBER staff and
customers. This position reports to the Director of Operations and works with the KINBER staff
statewide. NA1’s are responsible for installing, maintaining, and troubleshooting services on the
NCSA is currently seeking a Technical Program Manager (TPM) to lead its network engineering team, a group of people with diverse professional backgrounds, who are responsible for network engineering and architecture functions for NCSA’s high-performance computing systems, and associated projects. ***This search runs concurrently with NCSA’s Assistant Director search, #A1800078. Only one Assistant Director or one Technical Program Manager will be selected to lead the Network Engineering and Research Team.*** Closes March 6, 2018.
The National Center for Supercomputing Applications (NCSA) seeks to attract an Assistant Director (AD) to lead our Network Engineering and Research Team. The ideal AD will have an interest in applied networking research and have the opportunity to advance state-of-the art networking practice directly through research efforts and support of an advanced operational high-performance network for NCSA. ***This search runs concurrently with NCSA’s Technical Program Manager search, #A1800079. Only one Assistant Director or one Technical Program Manager will be selected to lead the Network Engineering and Research Team.*** Closes March 6, 2018.
As a Senior level team member of the NAU Network Operations Center (NOC), this position will configure, install, operate, and maintain Cisco MPLS Routers, Switches, Firewalls, VPN, Load Balancers, Wireless Controllers and Access Points, network monitoring and control platforms. Special emphasis is placed on a campus wide MPLS project, Data Center services with Next Gen Firewalls, VPN and Load Balancing with current Cisco Network products.
Position will implement, operate, and maintain operational security capabilities for the MCNC enterprise, data center services, and MCNC’s statewide North Carolina Research and Education Network (NCREN). This position will also provide technical development and systems engineering and administration assistance in support of MCNC’s Security Services line of business.
Reporting to the Manager, Infrastructure and Provisioning, the Provisioning Analyst is responsible for the provisioning of leased and owned circuits being modified, upgraded, or added to the CalREN network. The Provisioning Analyst is also responsible for maintaining records of activities and coordinating service order activities with ILEC’s, CLEC’s, IXC’s, CENIC Associates, and internal teams. The Provisioning Analyst works with current and future CENIC Associates and with other CENIC staff to identify viable solutions for network connectivity.
Position will develop and grow MCNC customer relationships that focus on customer satisfaction and MCNC revenue growth with new and existing clients in our growing healthcare business; coordinates all customer requests for NCREN Services with new and existing clients.
Reporting to the Manager, Infrastructure, and Facilities, the Infrastructure and Facilities Engineer will provide support for the design, acquisition, installation, and maintenance of CENIC’s telecommunications fiber and colocation facilities. The Infrastructure and Facilities Engineer will work with current and future CENIC Associates and with CENIC staff to identify viable solutions for network connectivity.
Reporting to the Manager of Systems and Tools, CENIC’s Senior Software Engineer designs, builds, and implements robust software solutions to support CENIC’s organizational goals and objectives, including support of the CENIC network. The position provides advanced-level programming expertise for a variety of systems integration, tools development, software support and troubleshooting activities. The Senior Software Engineer actively works on multiple complex tools and software projects simultaneously.
Reporting to the Director of Operations, the Project Manager plans and sets the direction for multiple concurrent projects of varying size, including both small and large-scale projects. This position is responsible for the quality and delivery of CENIC’s service commitments on schedule and within budget, using internal and external resources and following CENIC standard policies and procedures. The Project Manager must lead all phases of the project, from beginning to end, must manage the activities of all internal and external resources on projects and/or service deliverables.
Reporting to the Associate Director of Core Engineering, the Core Engineer designs, and implements innovative network solutions to advance CENIC’s organizational goals and objectives. The position provides advanced support of the network infrastructure owned and/or managed by CENIC. This includes the CalREN DC & HPR layer 2/3 networks, and the underlying layer 1 transport on DWDM optical systems across CENIC’s statewide fiber infrastructure. The Core Engineer actively works on multiple complex technical deployment projects simultaneously.
MCNC (the non-profit technology company that owns and operates the North Carolina Research and Education Network (NCREN)) is looking for a Sr. Network Architect to participate in and/or lead the development of next generation data network service offerings as well as participate in and/or lead the support of network architecture-based initiatives and responsibilities for MCNC.
The successful candidate will aid in the advancement of CENIC’s security engineering team efforts to provide information security services and support to CENIC and its Charter Associate members. The primary responsibilities of this position are to improve CENIC’s security architecture, perform proactive and reactive security analysis, respond to and resolve security incidents and provide technical expertise, especially in the area of network, system and data protection.
The Corporation for Education Network Initiatives in California (CENIC) is seeking a Network Engineer to provide operational support of CENIC’s advanced services network.
Open until filled.
The successful candidate will lead CENIC’s security engineering team, which provides information security services and support to CENIC and its Charter Associate members. The primary responsibilities of this position are to improve CENIC’s security architecture, perform proactive and reactive security analysis, respond to and resolve security incidents and provide technical expertise, especially in the area of network and system protection.
Open until filled.