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Global Network Services (GNS) supports one of the world's largest enterprise networks - voice & data - spanning over 50 countries with over 1 million data network ports, 25,000+ network devices, 600+ PBX systems, 800+ voice mail systems, and 65+ call center sites with over 26,000 seats. Innovation is also a key priority with an expanding portfolio of over 75,000+ VoIP end-points, 50+ high definition video conferencing systems, and the ongoing expansion of service-provider-class ultra long haul networks, global WAN networks and regional MPLS networks.
The NS&S Infrastructure Engineering team within Global Network Services (GNS) is responsible for building and delivering Network Security and Services infrastructure, life cycle management, and tier 4 support to meet business demand for Global Data Networks. This position focuses on working with a team of senior engineers to engineer and implement Network Security and Services for use within the global enterprise network. The team is responsible for all Network Security and Services including firewalls, load balancers, proxies, remote access, Streaming Media, WAN Acceleration, Wireless and PSaaS.
The selected engineer will be responsible for business requirements analysis, design, implementation, and maintenance of load balancing infrastructure to support business needs. Must be able to create load balancing implementation plans and configurations, deployment of F5 load balancers, migrating Cisco ACE load balancers to F5 load balancers, ensure network interoperability, document existing and propose load balancing infrastructure, maintain relationships with Product Engineering and other teams within GNS, and provide fourth tier load balancing troubleshooting and support.
A solid understanding of available network operating systems, network devices, and networking protocols is essential. The individual must be experienced in large enterprise or service provider network architecture, analysis, and engineering implementation.