Tuesday, 5 August 2014

Senior Network Engineer - Core Resources In NewYork


Develop the "Digital Nervous System" for New York's #1 Hospital 

At NewYork-Presbyterian, New York's #1-ranked hospital ( U.S.News & World Report ), IT professionals play a key role in the care and caring of our patients. Our vision is realized by creating a decision-ready, data-driven environment that is flexible, responsive to change, and incorporates the most widely available standards driven technology. Join us, and see how your technical expertise can help improve our patient's lives while shaping the future of our hospital. 

Senior Network Engineer - Core Resources 

Perform network engineering tasks in a professional, high-tech, multi-campus environment and be an integral part of the current and future design of our healthcare network. NYP's multi-vendor network infrastructure offers exposure to a variety of hardware devices (Cisco, HP, Adva, Aruba) and a diverse array of LAN and WAN technologies and software. 

As part of the IS department, there is tremendous potential for career growth; training opportunities are encouraged and supported. 

Customer Service 
Maintains good relationships with customers, peer technical groups and other IT organizations/groups Works closely with NYP IS colleagues on all tasks in network engineering Available as a local point of contact with specific NYP customers Participates in user requirement discussions Operations 
Monitor performance and capacity of network system components Troubleshoot complex application performance issues from a network perspective Provides 7x24 after hours on-call support on a team rotational basis (approximately 1 week per 2-3 months) Documentation 
Develops clear and concise documentation of complex scope. May develop user documentation Contributes to the documentation of the design for networks Design and Planning 
Determines and develops approaches to solutions Gives functional guidance to other team members Contributes to the development of new implementation guidelines or standards that pertain to NYP's network architecture Makes recommendations on how specific technologies will be deployed, accessed, utilized, and phased out Contributes to research of new technologies Participates in network architecture design teams Performs network engineering tasks for multiple projects supporting several hospital initiatives Consults with user groups to assess equipment needs Evaluates and tests new products 
Key Criteria 

Qualified candidates have five to seven years of related experience. A bachelor's degree in a relevant field is also required; ideally, this degree is in computer science. Excellent analytical and troubleshooting skills are essential to success. Candidates will need advanced expertise with TCP/IP networking concepts and experience supporting and troubleshooting firewall/security, IP routing, DNS, DHCP, NAT & VPN. Knowledge of authentication protocols (including RADIUS and LDAP), and Network Management Systems (EMS/NMS) is required. Mastery of BGP, EIGRP, OSPF, STP, TCP, UDP, Ethernet, Inter- and Intra-domain multicast is essential. This position also requires experience working with Cisco and HP networking product as well as solid experience with packet tracing/sniffing tools. May work without supervision on projects and tasks. 

Become part of a hospital where patient and employee satisfaction scores are at record highs. Enjoy competitive compensation along with benefits like tuition reimbursement, hospital retirement contributions, and financial planning assistance. Start your life-changing journey today. 

#1 in New York. #6 in the Nation. - U.S.News & World Report, "America's Best Hospitals 2014-2015" 

Discover why we're #1 in New York - an unparalleled pursuit of excellence and the widest array of choices for your career. Learn more about what we can offer you at: NYP.ORG/CAREERS 

NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital is an equal opportunity employer. 

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New York City (Manhattan), New York, United States of America
New York Presbyterian
New York Presbyterian
8/2/2014 6:09:25 AM


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