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Network Specialist/Engineer

Company Name:
Expinfo Inc.
Job Code : EXP_4544
Title : Network Specialist/Engineer
Job Location : Raleigh, NC
Mandatory Requirements : Cisco CCNP Certification (current) Advanced experience with Cisco IOS and current, demonstrated expertise with ACL security in a multi-VLAN environment. Cisco MSFC Routing Cisco ASA 55xx firewalls with current and demonstrated expertise with ACL security in a multi-VLAN environment Cisco Catalyst 6500, 4500, 4000, 3750, 3560 (Layer 2 through 7) Cisco 2500 and 5800 Series Wireless Controllers and 1xxx and 2xxx series Access Points Must be able to work in a hands-on capacity, with limited technical supervision. Must be able to understand and perform advanced network switch, router and firewall configuration. Must be able to work independently, meet deadlines, provide detailed written status reports, documentation, work on multiple simultaneous projects and track status and progress on each. Must be able to work either as a team leader or a member of a team. Must be able to interact with various inter and intra-department groups on both a technical and a personal level.
Desirable Requirements : Cisco CCIE Routing and Switching Certification (current) Cisco CCNP Wireless Certification (current)
Education Required : Associate
Employment Type : Contract - Corp-to-Corp, Contract - Independent, Contract - W2
Interview Type : Face To Face
Salary($) : Negotiable
Travel Required(%) : None
Duration : 6 (in Months)
Remaining Duration : 6 (in Months)
Job Post Date : January 8, 2014
Job Expiration Date : January 14, 2014
No of Position : 1
Zip Code : 27699
Comments : Please send your resume to , Or Call on 518-533-4900 x 141(Use our Job Code while applying)

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