• Mid Cloud Enterprise Network Engineer

    Job Locations US-DC
    Job ID
    # of Openings
    Information Technology
    Work Authorization
    US Citizens, preferred
  • Overview

    VariQ has an exciting opportunity for a highly qualified Mid Cloud Enterprise Network Engineer to support the US Mint project.


    Additional Information:

    • Location are various throughout the US, but mainly in the DC location
      • Washington DC
      • Philadelphia PA
      • Denver CO
      • San Francisco, CA
      • West Point, NY
      • Fort Knox, KY
    • Salary: Dependent upon experience
    • Security Clearance: None
    • Available: upon award, currently on proposal stage


    Operates the cloud backbone for network communications systems. Provides specifications and detailed schematics for cloud network architecture. Administers, monitors, installs, maintains, and troubleshoots a wide range of Linux systems. Conducts testing of network design. Maintains technical expertise in all areas of network and computer hardware and software, virtual appliances, interconnection and interfacing, such as routers, firewalls, switches, gateways, etc. Understands how commodity cloud servers, operating systems and networks function, perform, and scale. Possesses superb troubleshooting and problem analysis skills. Implements techniques and tools for the most efficient solution to meet business needs, including present and future capacity requirements.


    Experience Requirements:

    6 - 9 years experience (must have at least one certification or equivalent from the following list and maintain throughout the task order: AWS Certified Solutions Architect - Professional (Amazon Web Services), CCNP Cloud (Cisco), MCSE: Cloud Platform and Infrastructure (Microsoft), and Vmware VCP7 - CMA).


    Education Requirements:

    Bachelor's Degree in a techical field such as Computer Science or Engineering



    VariQ is an equal opportunity employer.


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