BRIDGES Consulting, Inc.

Telecommunications Network Engineer - Level 2

5 months ago(7/24/2017 4:06 PM)
Requisition ID
2017-2386
Job Type
Full Time
US-MD-Annapolis Junction
Exempt/Non-Exempt
Exempt

About Bridges Consulting, Inc.

With the passion to make a difference, BRIDGES solves national security and commercial vulnerability challenges using cyber intelligence. In today’s cyber battleground, our team of elite experts makes BRIDGES an industry pacesetter and agile innovator that delivers success as a trusted partner.

 

We are hiring top talent for a rapid growth trajectory while maintaining our culture and values of commitment, integrity, respect, and courage. Within the BRIDGES family, our employees are our first priority. We offer best-in-class compensation and benefits, a collaborative atmosphere, and opportunities to develop and advance; ... and we have fun!

Position Description

Title of Position: Telecommunications Network Engineer - Level 2

 

Description of Position: 

 

The Level 2 Telecommunications Network Engineer shall possess the following capabilities: Perform connectivity engineering services to pre- and post- deployment tests; Resolve complex network problems; operate network analyzers, WAN test equipment, and network simulators.

 

Education and Experience Required: 

  • Eight (8) years of experience in programs and contracts of similar scope, type, and complexity are required. Bachelor’s degree in engineering from an accredited college or university is required.
  • Four (4) years of additional network engineering experience may be substituted for a Bachelor’s degree.
  • Certifications: An IAT level II baseline certification as defined by DoD 8570.01-M is required. CCNP, or equivalent, certification or higher required.

Clearance Requirement:

  • TS/SCI with Polygraph

EOE AA M/F/D/V to EOE AA M/F/Vet/Disability

 

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Qualifications

 Requires TS/SCI with Poly

 

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