Requires good working knowledge of modern telecommunications systems and operations, as well as state-of-the-art internetworking technologies, LAN-networked PC based systems and multi-protocol LAN/WAN networks.
Also requires knowledge of networking protocols and implementations, including specific experience with Cisco environments.
Knowledge of and experience with other network connected hardware and software components such as load balancers, extended content verification, wide-area application services, LDAPs, content distribution, and network management systems is desirable.
Knowledge of routing protocols (e.g. BGP, OSPF, EIGRP) and their implementation.
Working knowledge of network environmental software interfaces, hardware installation, testing and certification activities.
Understanding of problem, change, performance, and service level management, from both an operations as well as a requirements perspective.
Knowledge of network system software, network protocols, network test tools and other network technology [Internet, SONET, MPLS, Private IP, Frame Relay, etc.].
Problem determination, identification, isolation, and resolution skills. Knowledge of Federal Reserve System network and business operations.
Effective interpersonal skills, strong oral and written communication skills, good analytical abilities, an interest in negotiation, able to make good decisions, and have good basic organizational skills.
Bachelor's Degree or an equivalent combination of education and job-related experience equal to 4 - 7 years.
Performs daily network engineering activities supporting the System networks and other national network services.
Provides network technical support to the System, and financial institutions in testing, implementation and operation of network solutions and services.
Participates in projects where network services are needed.