Network Engineer II - Wireless Specialization: Develops, designs, implements, and supports an Information Technology Services (IT Services) wireless network.Responsibilities include the following: Consulting to determine client technical needs; diagnosing and resolving wireless network problems; and monitoring and supporting wireless services. Given specifications, develops, designs, documents, and implements new networks or modifications to existing networks. Analyzes workload, monitors network capacity and performance, and diagnoses and resolves moderately complex network problems. Monitors and proactively supports wireless connectivity and associated infrastructure such as controllers, authentication and guest access servers. Conducts trending and analysis of network traffic patterns and makes recommendations. Configures network hardware and services for the network environment. Performs hands on Cisco wireless controller installation, configuration, and network outage resolution. Coordinates the installation of network hardware, communications wiring, wireless telecommunication facilities, communications software, and other network components. Supports help desk personnel in identifying problems with client endpoint wireless connectivity, switches, routers, and other network components.Evaluates new products/technologies to determine impact and opportunities on existing system configurations, wireless network performance and functionality improvements.Create and update design technical, and reference documentation, specifications and wireless network standards.
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