Altice USA is one of the largest broadband communications and video services providers in the United States. We are a subsidiary of Altice NV, a convergent global leader in telecom, content, media, entertainment and advertising founded in 2001 by entrepreneur Patrick Drahi. We are driven by a philosophy to always challenge ourselves. We question everything so that we can find the best way forward for our customers. And in a world where continuous innovation is the only way forward, we are redefining the vision we have for our customers, enterprises, advertisers - and our people.
The Network Administrator is the 1st-level of engineer within the department and supports the internal Altice USA environment. These efforts include, but are not limited to: diagnosis, and resolution of failures within the network and firewall infrastructure, pro-active testing and failover, documentation of network changes (Visio), day-to-day resolution of Service Now tasks and incidents, both internally and business unit generated, network, firewall, and circuit capacity upgrades as required. You will also be responsible for network OS and IOS upgrades, vulnerability remediation, packet capture and analysis, implementation of firewall and load balancer changes, implementation of and modifications to the Video Conferencing environment and modifications to the IP Schema.
The engineer must be knowledgeable in configuring and troubleshooting multiple IT disciplines including, but not limited to: Routing, switching, firewalls, wireless infrastructure, structured cabling, load-balancing, VPN, Cloud networking, VoIP, IP Addressing, and WAN optimization. You will also need to have a working knowledge of various transport methodologies including, but not limited to: Private Fiber, Broadband, Ethernet-based circuits, T1, and POTS. Network Engineers must be able to multitask and have the ability to change priorities on short-notice. Engineers must be professional, well-written and spoken, and be able to give clear and concise reports to management on the status of an outage or project. Other routine activities include: requirements gathering, basic network design, equipment ordering/procurement, configuration, staging, functional testing, project scheduling, implementation, on-site functional validation, documentation, and support (after-hours and on-call responsibilities are mandatory).
We are an Equal Opportunity Employer M/F/Disability/Vet and maintain a drug-free and smoke-free workplace.