The Network Engineer’s role is responsible for the requirements, design, test, and implementation of wide area and local area network infrastructure supporting multiple facilities at various sites including participation in consulting services, project management, network capacity and performance, configuration management, security, automated monitoring/alerting, disaster recovery, and establishment of enterprise standards. Assists with the development of operational support documentation for the Network hardware and software to be supported, monitored, and administered by the Operations department. Knowledge of network protocols (IP, OSPF, BGP), equipment (routers, switches, access points, wireless controllers, hubs, PC’s, Printers) and topologies (Ethernet, Fast Ethernet) are required. Working knowledge of all hardware and software that supports the enterprise.
The Network Engineer position will provide efficient and effective systems to furnish healthcare providers with the information to deliver top quality health care by working with the Network Manager, Director of Technology, Project Managers, and other IT management and staff, and external entities.
Excellent communications skills will be used to keep all key entities informed of project progress and ongoing support of the system. Responsible for supplying input for policies and procedures for the enterprise.