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I have added 2 types of link flairs:

  • Hiring
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When submitting, please use these instead of putting [Hiring]/[For Hire]. You have to flair after it is submitted.

I will play around with the CSS however right now red is for "for hire" and purple is for "hiring".

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(I've got another posting! I'm not a recruiter, but I used to work with this group as a network engineer and recently moved to cyber security)

We're looking for a temporary network engineer to assist with some high priority projects - this would be a good opportunity for someone with little experience looking to get their foot in the door (though of course, someone with experience is welcome as well).

(The rest of the copypasta that will look familiar if you've seen my previous postings)

We're a multi-vendor shop (Juniper MX border routers, EX switches, Cisco 6500 zone routers, 29xx/35xx/45xx switches, Aruba APs, Cisco ASAs, Juniper SRXs, Arista tap agg) and have roughly 80 buildings we support across our main campus and satellite sites.

A bit about us: Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory is a US Department of Energy facility operated by the University of California (all your benefits are through the university and carry over for existing UC employees). Originally started as the University of California Radiation Laboratory, LBNL was the first to synthesize plutonium as part of the Manhattan Project, and has been involved in the discoveries of several other elements including berkelium, californium, lawrencium and seaborgium. We have had 13 Nobel Laureates, two of which (Smoot and Perlmutter) still have offices in the same building as our team.

LBNL is the home of several facilities, including the:

  • Advanced Light Source

  • Berkeley Lab Laser Accelerator

  • Energy Sciences Network

  • Joint Genome Institute at Walnut Creek

  • Molecular Foundry & National Center for Electron Microscopy

  • National Energy Research Scientific Computing Center

(Among many others)

Have you ever used traceroute? What about libpcap or tcpdump? All three were developed at LBNL, and one of the creators still works with our team.

Also, our ASN is 16.

If you love science and have a passion for networking, check out the job posting:

https://lbl.referrals.selectminds.com/jobs/network-engineer-1014

Feel free to ask me questions as well!

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Would someone be as kind to give me a guideline on salaries at TalkTalk? You would be helping out someone looking for a change!

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I know the generic google search "network administration resumes" but as a college student still doing studies in networking (cybersecurity later) how should I organize my resume?

I don't have the 3-5 years of experience needed. I don't have any certs. The only hands on experience I have is working at a crappy cell phone/pc repair shop. At this point I can only add subjects and terms I've read about and practiced in my college.

I don't know how to organize my resume so that it is appealing to an employer as a fresh face rookie still in college. Do I list concepts and terms that I know (read) about? Should I only add my repair shop skills? How do I fluff or enhance things to stand out with no real experience?

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I'm 23. In DFW area. I can't afford college right now, but plan to go back when I can. I've been working retail and bought a home lab and just got my CCNA R&S because I heard it's a good first step. I'm gathering that it won't help me find a job though and maybe should've come after getting A+ and some help desk experience. Is there a possibility with no experience or degree I could get something Network related even? Just sweeping the floor and plugging cables? I plan on trying to find volunteer work that could add to the resume, but would love any ideas. Should I grab another cert like MCSE or will that even help with no experience? Anything else I could work on until I can afford to go back to college? Any ideas or starting out stories would be greatly appreciated, thankyou.

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Crossposted by9 days ago

If you enjoy variety in job responsibilities, this is the job for you. A day may involve helping a customer identify network loss in an undersea cable, diagnose the cause of a route leak impacting significant portions of internet traffic, scripting an approach to monitoring a website's login flow, spinning up a lab environment to reproduce a strange set of behaviors seen in a customer's environment, saving a company hours of bridge time during a significant outage impacting their infrastructure by finding the smoking-gun in a network outage, or simply helping someone understand the way that our applications work. The job is highly variable and requires both the ability to make data-driven decisions, and draw conclusions based on incomplete information. .

2-5 years experience required. DM me if interested

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We're a managed IT infrastructure service provider with a really substantial network backbone comprising many different POPs across the world, and lots of unique routing challenges relating to our IP and MPLS network.

Looking for expertise in this initiative with experience in the realm of operating a substantial network backbone, IGP (OSPF/IS-IS), i/eBGP, Route Reflectors, BGP Communities and transit/peering relationship management.

Please contact me to discuss further.

Thanks

James

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Hi! I work for a staffing agency in the Buffalo, NY area and one of our clients is looking for a Cisco Telephony Engineer. If you or someone you know might be interested in relocating to Buffalo for this opportunity, please shoot me a message. Thanks!

About the Company

Our client is a growing, industry leader that embraces technology and invests heavily in programs that benefit our community. When we asked numerous employees, new and old, why they loved working for this company, there was a common theme:

Visionary, inclusive & transparent leadership at the COO and CTO level that has worked hard to create a culture of empowerment & collaboration Outstanding benefits and employee programs that promote wellness and work/life balance Corporate commitment to investing in our community Opportunity to work with some of the best technical talent in Buffalo About the Opportunity - Cisco Telephony Engineer

In this role, you will be primarily responsible for administering a Cisco UCCE (Finesse/CUIC) Call Manager Enterprise environment.

Responsibilities Include:

Design, administer, and support Cisco Telephony systems Work with onsite/support staff to develop Cisco Telephony systems so that they support the initiatives of the business Provide technical administration and support for systems and network issues as they relate to the Cisco Telephony systems Primary support of core Cisco Telephony Systems, to include development, testing and deployment of configurations to core systems to support new and existing clients, core system upgrades and custom development within the telephony environments Onboard new users into Cisco telephony infrastructure Maintain Cisco telephony user account infrastructure and coordinate security of Cisco telephony systems installation with Information Security Team Backup Cisco telephony systems and coordinate backup process with the rest of IT Cooperate with IT staff on all initiatives including after-hours support

Required Skills and Experience - Cisco Telephony Engineer

Bachelor’s degree with 5 years of experience in an IT-related field or equivalent combination of education and experience CCNA certificate required, CCNP Voice preferred Experience with Cisco UCCE (Finesse/CUIC), ICM, CVP, Voice Routing and Cisco based technologies required Must have experience with supporting Cisco phone systems in complex environment
About the Perks:

Highly competitive medical plans with very low cost medical premiums Onsite Fitness Center & impressive cafeteria Great location with free, convenient parking Tons of opportunity to do good work in our community Bond with your colleagues by joining one of the many "teams" that enjoy a little friendly competition in sports, games & wellness Many opportunities to do good work in the community Excellent 401k plan Position is bonus eligible

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Apply to the link below

https://jobs.brassring.com/1033/ASP/TG/cim_jobdetail.asp?partnerid=25354&siteid=5108&Areq=42391BR

Broadcast Network Engineer
42391BR
Technology/Engineering
Operations & Technology
Responsibilities The Broadcast Network Engineer will work within a dedicated team of network engineers tasked with ensuring network stability for NBCUniversal’s broadcast and media preparation facility in Centennial, CO. They will implement expeditious solutions to address and resolve requirements or issues placed on them by operations and the business. The selected candidate will execute on operational tasks, project workload, design and implementation reviews, provide subject matter expertise and work closely with the on-air support engineers across the country. The Broadcast Network Engineer will report into Broadcast Network Engineering management working closely with a larger team of engineers supporting the Los Angeles facility. The Broadcast Network Engineer will also work closely with NBCUniversal IT organization to ensure standardized platforms and systems are utilized whenever possible. 

Job Duties:Evaluate and provide recommendations of overall network requirements for performance, availability, utilization and reliability Design, implement and tune TCP/IP networking stack across various operating systemsEnsures network security best practices are intergraded into the entire infrastructure New vendor product evaluation and selectionTraining of team members on infrastructure deployments and perform formal project turnovers
Qualifications/Requirements Basic Qualifications:
Minimum 5-years’ experience leading complex project builds with proven performance to achieve on-time completion of projects
Demonstrated successful design, planning and implementation of wide and local area network architecture, including troubleshooting and capacity planning
Solid documentation experience with Visio, Word, Excel
Experience in backend development with knowledge of Python and REST APIs.

Additional Job Requirements:
Must apply via nbcunicareers.com (note job #42391BR) in order to be considered
Must be able to work in Centennial, CO
Must be willing to participate in operational on-call rotation for support of 24x7 production on-air network infrastructure
Must be willing to travel to other facilities across the country
Desired Characteristics Desired Characteristics:
Extensive knowledge and experience of Core Routing and Switching design, configuration, and troubleshooting,
Knowledge of networking best practices in:
- Routing protocols OSPF, EIGRP, BGP
- Spanning-tree, VTP, Port Channels, Load balancing, SPAN, and VPC
- Multicast PIM Sparse/Dense, MSDP
- Traditional WAN connectivity including T1/T3, OC48
- MPLS traffic engineering design, configuration, and troubleshooting
- LDP - Label distribution
- MPBGP-VPNv4, Multi-VRF and VRF-Lite
- NAT
- Quality of Service (QoS) understanding and configuration, able to customize across all Cisco platforms to support Video, and selected applications
Excellent understanding of VPN - site to site, client, IPSEC (including the protocol suite), IKE, tunnel modes, SSL clientless / AnyConnect, Tunnels between ASAs, Routers
Extensive experience with scripting API’s with Networking gear
Extensive experience and strong technical skills including the design, configuration, and tuning of Cisco, Juniper, and Palo Alto firewalls
Extensive experience and expertise of F5 Load Balancers, GTM and LTM’s
Expertise working on a team with motivated cross functional individuals focused on a common goal of delivering cutting edge solutions to meet aggressive business demands in an ever changing environment to achieve on-time and on budget completion of projects
Strong communication skills
Ambitious and goal oriented, with initiative to work until job is complete
Extensive knowledge of datacenter design utilizing the full suite of Cisco Nexus 7000 & 9000 product line and NXOS including design & configuration
Proven knowledge of Cisco ASR 9000 and IOS-XR
Proven expertise in Cisco IOS based switching and routing products
Experience in application and WAN optimization appliance design and configuration

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We are a Internet Service and Managed Services Provider that has customers from Silicon Valley, USA to anywhere World Wide.

  • College graduate or not are welcome. Skills matters.
  • CCNP is required. CCIE is a plus.

We offer best in class benefits, allowances, and competitive to high salary depending on your skill sets.

Email: networkengineersph@outlook.com

Or comment below with your email.

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Hi all, (20M) I was wondering what made all of you go down the certification paths that you did. What motivated you? Also, did you move to specific areas for your job? Basically I'm just trying to find out more info on jobs and careers involving working at a server farm, as a Network Administrator, or something else related to the field. What was a great way to help you learn what you wanted to do?

TL:DR= how'd you get to the position you're at today?

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Hello, I'm looking for a CCNP level position in Texas, SoCal, Denver, or NoVa. Currently live in the NoVa area.

-I have 8 years experience with CCNP R&S, CCNA R&S, CCNA SEC, CCENT, A+, SEC+, NET+, PROJECT+,LINUX+. (all active)

-Associates in Cyber Security

-I finish my bachelor's of Network Operations and Security with WGU in December.

-I have a Military background with familiarity of the tactical networks, Taclane kg-175-d, STIG, and IAT-II compliance

-I have a secret clearance.

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(not a recruiter, but former network engineer myself)

We're looking for two members of our team to support networking for scientists and researchers. We're a multi-vendor shop (Juniper MX border routers, EX switches, Cisco 6500 zone routers, 29xx/35xx/45xx switches, Aruba APs, Cisco ASAs, Juniper SRXs, Arista tap agg) and have roughly 80 buildings we support across our main campus and satellite sites.

A bit about us: Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory is a US Department of Energy facility operated by the University of California (all your benefits are through the university and carry over for existing UC employees). Originally started as the University of California Radiation Laboratory, LBNL was the first to synthesize plutonium as part of the Manhattan Project, and has been involved in the discoveries of several other elements including berkelium, californium, lawrencium and seaborgium. We have had 13 Nobel Laureates, two of which (Smoot and Perlmutter) still have offices in the same building as our team.

LBNL is the home of several facilities, including the:

  • Advanced Light Source

  • Berkeley Lab Laser Accelerator

  • Energy Sciences Network

  • Joint Genome Institute at Walnut Creek

  • Molecular Foundry & National Center for Electron Microscopy

  • National Energy Research Scientific Computing Center

(Among many others)

Have you ever used traceroute? What about libpcap or tcpdump? All three were developed at LBNL, and one of the creators still works with our team.

Also, our ASN is 16.

If you love science and have a passion for networking, check out the job postings:

  • Network Operations Manager

https://lbl.referrals.selectminds.com/jobs/network-operations-manager-998

This position leads our network group of 7 engineers supporting the campus network and network services for LNBL.

* Network DevOps Engineer

https://lbl.referrals.selectminds.com/jobs/network-devops-engineer-988

This is a position to have some overlap with and to eventually replace a position for a long-term employee of ours who is expecting to retire in the coming years. It would support some of our in-house software like acld (daemon that provides the interface for our cyber security group to add and remove hundreds of thousands of reactive security rules to network devices each day) and IP Request (web front-end and back-end to manage our DNS environment).

Edit: the Network DevOps Engineer position has expired.

Feel free to ask me questions as well!

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Miami University in Oxford, Ohio is looking to hire a Network Engineer to join our team of 5 Network Engineers.

Apply Here - https://miamioh.hiretouch.com/job-details?jobID=6024&job=network-engineer-ii

About Miami University

Miami University is a major public university with a small college feel. Creating environments for learning excellence and providing career opportunities in Oxford, Hamilton, Middletown, West Chester and Luxembourg, our faculty, staff, and student employees are the fuel that drives Miami!

We rank first nationally among public universities for best teaching by U.S. News & World Report. Our opportunities for growth and advancement are not limited to students in the classroom. Our faculty, staff, and student employees are highly valued for their contribution toward the Miami experience.

Miami’s main campus is located in Oxford, Ohio, 35 miles north of Cincinnati. A true college town, Oxford features a wide variety of shops and restaurants within walking distance of the main campus. Our regional campuses are located in Hamilton, Middletown, and the Voice of America Learning Center in West Chester, Ohio.

For faculty and staff, Miami offers a great work environment and competitive benefits. We invite you to experience Miami and see how you can support the University’s Mission.

Summary of Miami University Benefits

http://miamioh.edu/human-resources/my-money/compensation/total-compensation/index.html

About Oxford Ohio

http://www.cityofoxford.org/about-oxford

I am not the direct hiring manager but I can answer most questions. If you have questions feel free to PM me.

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I (like many others on here) am seeking an entry-level computer networking or networking support position in the San Francisco Bay area. I've worked in the assessment development field (e.g., GRE and SAT test writing, etc.) for many years, which, of course, is a completely different field. I recently earned my CCNA, and honestly, I'm a bit lost on how to present myself to this new world in hopes of picking up a networking job.

I hope that this is the right place to post this (sincere apologies if not!). I'd love feedback from anyone willing to provide some feedback who works in the networking industry on my LinkedIn profile, and/or my resume.

I'm over-the-moon excited to break into this field, but I know that even with a CCNA and all of the knowledge that comes with it, it's difficult to get into this field without prior experience. Thanks so much for any feedback that you can give!

LinkedIn Profile

Current Resume

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Hello everyone I am 18 years old and I passed my A+, Net+, Sec+, and CCENT in the last 6 months. As of now I am studying for CCNA but after that I am somewhat lost as I would like to look into other certifications paths but am not quite sure what is valued and the most useful for networking. I was looking at the networking fundamentals MTA as my next step since from what I heard and read online it is pretty easy. So some questions I have are:

  1. What certification path would you recommend after CCNA?

  2. How valuable are microsoft certifications in the world of networking?

  3. I read that it is recommended you get 2-3 MTAs before going for your MCSA. Is this a requirement or just a general recommendation?

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I have experience installing cisco routers, switches and ASA 5505 firewalls. Experience cabling. CCENT and A+ certified. PM me if you want to see my resume. Live in Northern Indiana.

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So I've been unemployed for a month or 2 but looking at getting some more education or doing a course to get some money I've no experience working in I.T and saw this coarse I don't have much money but my mum said shed help me out, my question is this a good coarse subject ? Would I get a job? Any advice would be relly helpful. I don't want to waste my time or money . The guy on the phone said after I do this witch takes a few weeks I'll get a job no hastle and £30,000+. Thanks

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I’ve read about some IT companies allowing standing desk so that you can work standing. Is that possible with networking jobs too? Or is that just for programming jobs?

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I’m a freshly certified Net+ tech. Also have my A+. Looking to do some volunteer work on the weekends in the Charlotte area to get some networking experience for when I’m ready to make the jump from help desk to a NOC somewhere.

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Fresh CCNA with 3 years in healthcare IT. 2 of those years I've had switch access and have been responsible for L1/L2/L3 provisioning with Infoblox and CLI L2 port configuration. Additional SDN experience with Cisco Prime and Orion.

I'm eager to start doing networking full-time. The first networking experience I have was volunteering free labor to assist a senior network engineer with installing new Cisco 3650's just for the opportunity to work with the equipment. Hopefully passion for the work still counts for something.

Will be extremely grateful for any job hunting advice.

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About me:I have a BS in Computer Applications. I am also certified in CCNA, CCNA Security, CCNP Security, CEH, ECSA, OSCP and CHFI. My last job was as Network Administrator in Orange County, CA. I implemented SD-WAN using Meraki MX400 and MX64 over my entire IT infrastructure of 50+ stores over California and Nevada and moved over from the old MPLS network. I was also involved in configuring VoIP Phones in accordance to the company standards over PRI/IQ SIP Trunks. I was also involved in day-to-day helpdesk ticketing for the company users.

I had to leave the job due to some personal reasons and now I am finding it incredibly difficult to get my foot in the door at a proper job right now. I just want to be able to use my networking knowledge and hone my skills at work. I have hands-on experience configuring routers and switches.

DM me if you want to know more or have any questions.

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We are seeking a passionate, fast-learning, and effective person as an IT Engineer with a focus on Wi-Fi Technologies to join the team at our fast-growing technology company.

JOB SUMMARY: Engineer – Joining the Professional Services team. Responsible for the successful deployment of our products and services to our clients. Interface directly with the management team and execute on projects and initiatives. Leverage multiple software platforms to manage and maintain highly efficient service for our clients. The ideal candidate must be comfortable in fast paced environments, possess high attention to detail, and critical thinking.

REQUIREMENTS:

  • Active Certifications in the following:
    • CWNA
    • ACMA or ACMP

PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Clearly communicate.
  • Learn fast.
  • Act as the first point of contact to IT related items.
  • Operate modern software.
  • Prioritizes tasks and projects
  • Demonstrated ability to provide high-quality technical documentation reflecting the details of all phases of work.
  • Communicate with client and vendors as necessary, keeping them informed on progress.
  • Initiate and refine business processes.
  • As a technical team member, build professional rapport with all employees; develop a depth of knowledge of the business, applying that knowledge to client solutions.
  • Deliver technical services, problem solving, analytical and corrective resolutions to client requests/onboarding; monitor alerts and manage project requirements.
  • Oversee WLAN deployments.
  • Assemble and perform advanced, custom configuration of network components.
  • Knowledgeable in the general operation and application of means, methods and standards related to installation and troubleshooting wireless networks at both the network edge and wireless client; these general operating and standards applications include the 802.11 standards and RF propagation theory, as they relate to design, installation and operation.
  • Knowledgeable and skilled in working with commercial/enterprise network equipment, including edge and core switching equipment.
  • Test and Resolve any technical issues related to WLAN and upstream network.
  • Assist in design of new deployments for clients.
  • Knowledge of and experience with the TCP/IP networking protocols, including IP addressing schemes, subnet configuration, and practical protocol operation.
  • Demonstrated ability to provide high-quality customer service in a manner appropriate for an institution catering to a variety of constituents.

Associate’s degree or equivalent from a technical school;
3-5 or more years related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience.

Location: Remote

Send resumes to careers@spatialcode.com

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Are you in Houston TX? Do you have experience configuring Ubiquiti network gear and using Unifi? If so I have a gig for you! It's a part time (few hours a month) kind of gig.

A friend of mine struck out on his own with an Oil & Gas related fabrication shop, and I setup and installed the initial IT kit for his new small business. It's a Unifi Gateway, Cloud Key, Access Point, and a switch. That's the 'network' pretty much. Additionally there is a Synology NAS so if you have experience there, bonus.

I can no longer support his needs with new users even though his requests for help are not frequent, due to contractional issues with my new day job, and my distance away from Houston. I will leave compensation up to you and him after I put you guys in touch, and he will be pretty generous - but this is NOT a full time gig. It won't be a steady pay check probably, but you also don't have to hold a ton of certs of years of job experience. Just the stuff he has really and a willingness to roll your sleeves up and be his IT support for his ~10 users.

If you're interested, PM me and let's talk. I'll toss him your contact info, and you his - if you know the basics of what you'll need to get into. It's really easy stuff, but things I just can't do now that my day job has changed.

He's located on the west side out by Little York and 6 (that area if I recall correctly), but mostly it can be done remote after you go see it in person once and say hi.

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My team is looking to fill an opening for a Senior Network Administrator; ideally, this person would have about 3-5 years of experience, and CCNP R&S certification. Though the certification is not a hard requirement, the person will need to have the skillset typically expected of a CCNP (namely, intermediate-to-advanced proficiency with routing protocols). Experience with wireless troubleshooting is also highly desired.

I'm not the hiring manager here, but I can see to it that you're shortlisted - so if you might be interested, shoot me a PM.

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