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Cisco Network Engineer

Position: Cisco Network Engineer Location: Universal City, CA Job Length: 12 months Position Type: Contract to Hire (no C2C) Qualifications: 2-5 years of experience supporting Cisco networks (routers, switches) 1-3 years of experience working on Cisco wireless, security, VoIP, or Datacenter; or equivalent combination of education and experience Must have a CCNP Certification Strong understanding of network design and topology Experience troubleshooting Cisco switches and routers Associate's degree required, Bachelor's or Master's degree preferred Responsibilities: Analyzes network needs, formulates business solutions using cost justification techniques, and implements solutions. Design/develop wired/wireless network architecture to support new technology, business solutions, or new venues. Provide 2nd-level support on attraction network infrastructure including Industrial IP support. Troubleshoots network and communication problems related to Local Wired, Wireless, and Wide Area Networks. Provides support for network users, partners, and third-party vendors. Respond to emergency network outages. Configure switches and routers to support business requirements and special events. Perform packet sniffing and analysis to troubleshoot data, network, and transport level issues. Support attraction Industrial IP networks. Leads and assists with special projects from start to completion. Work with all project teams to understand requirements, formulate networking solution, implement, and support solution. Responsible for successful network implementation supporting the respective projects deliverable. Test and develop new technology in accordance to UPR-IT Mission Statement and business goals. Assist in the operational, strategic planning, and business continuity / disaster recovery solution. Assists in design, implementation and documentation of network infrastructure (both logical and physical). Understand and actively participate in Environmental, Health & Safety responsibilities by following established UO policy, procedures, training and team member involvement activities. Regards, Jiajun (JJ) Yuan Princeton IT Services Contact: 212-507-9354 www.princetonits.com (Job Reference ID: 782)

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