Network Engineer - Columbus, GA

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This position requires US Citizenship, Green Card or Canadian Citizenship.
This is our direct-client opening for a Network Engineer located in Columbus, GA. This is a 3+ month contract-to-hire position and the salary upon conversion to a full-time employee will range depend on experience level.
Plan, maintain, and implement various portions of the WAN and LAN environment.
Plan and evaluate new and existing network systems.
Provide technical assistance in network planning, engineering, and network architecture.
Recommend resources required for maintaining or expanding service levels.
Work closely with clients to analyze problems and implement solutions.
Adhere to department practices, procedures, and methodologies.
Under moderate supervision and using established procedures, performs all of the basic functions within our network:
Must have knowledge of all areas of our network and/or Internet Network Technologies.
Isolate problems in a timely manner and resolve them to the satisfaction of the client.
Analyze and troubleshoot problems. Implement new clients on standard platforms.
Understands the basics of SNA and IP communications and can discuss these issues with the client.
Must be familiar with the hardware within the network, including Motorola and Paradyne DSU/CSUs, Adtran T/As, Paradyne muxes, Cisco and Bay routers, InRange Matrix Switches, and Paradyne FrameSavers.
Must be able to use tools within the network to analyze client networks. These tools include CommandPost, Emcom, SNMPc, OpenLane, and NetView.
Documents network configurations and inventory using standard applications, such as Visio, Access, Word, and Excel, as well as other customized applications.
May be required to work out of town/country to install networking.
Performs other duties as assigned.

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