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Network Engineer Senior

Company Name:
Mission Health Systems
Job Summary: Researches, monitors, maintains, supports and troubleshoots Mission's network technology, leads the evaluation of current infrastructure and initiates and substantiates recommendations to improve the network functionality, security, capability, operational efficiency and performance of all network components on a senior-level. Manages all aspects of major projects, and leads strategic development of the network infrastructure. Provides technical expertise relating to network systems, and network security to project teams. Leads and works on multiple projects and tasks independently and on project teams. Monitors network functionality and security with appropriate audits review, data analysis and testing. Leads efforts for the continued quality, stability, and efficient operation of the enterprise network to support the enterprise, regional entities, physician offices. Ensures that network systems software is current, and is responsible for all upgrades, bug fixes, and change requests to maintain network integrity. Takes a senior lead in the monitoring and maintenance network access security devices and connectivity including secure firewall policies and remote users utilizing virtual private networks, clinical support, wireless access, and all other remote access methods.
Required Education: Bachelor's Degree in the technical field
Preferred Education: Post Graduate studies or auxiliary studies in technical and security fields or comparable experience
Required License: None
Preferred License: Cisco Network Certification/Industry-recognized technology certifications helpful.
Required Experience: 6+ years of in-depth, senior level proven, qualified and related work experience in a comparable complex, high tech and fast paced network environment. Expertise in basic design, installing, configuring, maintaining and implementing network system co
Facility: Mission Hospital -- Asheville, NC
Department: Communication and System Svcs
Schedule: Full-Time
Shift: Day
Hours: 8-5

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