Benefits available include health, dental, vision, life and long-term disability insurance, as well as a selection of several defined contribution retirement plans. Dependents and spouses of UNC Employees who are employed at 0.5 FTE or above are eligible for undergraduate dependent tuition grants of up to 50%. These tuition grants will cover in-state tuition charges. Further requirements may exist. UNC currently has a modified summer work week in place, from May 13 through July 29, our administrative offices will close at 1:00 p.m. on Fridays. Full-time employees will continue to work a regular schedule Monday through Thursday but will only work a half day on Friday. UNC will have an extended winter break for employees for 2022 with holiday time off scheduled from Christman Day to New Year’s Day. Other benefits may be available based on position.
Internal Number: IMT NE
A network engineer is responsible for contributing to the design and support of the university network and communication infrastructure. The Network and Communications team (NetCom) is part of the Security, Networking, and Communications (SNAC) team. Members of NetCom report directly to the Chief Information Security Officer who in turn reports to the Chief Information Officer.
Independently identify, investigate, and resolve networking or communication issues. This includes making changes to VLANs, ACEs, switches, and other network infrastructure. This position shares primary responsibility for several significant networking and communication systems. Some of the technologies you might be responsible for are: ISE, Wireless, VPN, Voice Infrastructure, Radius, Stealth Watch, Firewalls, etc. Responsibilities include updates, implementing new networks or communications technologies, and/or maintaining existing networking appliances or services. A project contributor or a project subject matter expert.
About the NetCom Team:
The NetCom unit works collaboratively on most projects and day to day tasks. The team feels this is the best way to gain experience, build confidence, increase competence, and share knowledge.
Enterprise networking covers a lot of territory from L2/L3, WAN, LAN, VPN, VLANs, network segmentation, firewall ACEs, intrusion prevention systems, network health monitoring, wireless, authentication, core routing, communication systems, etc. This is why the team has chosen to work collaboratively so that everyone can contribute and apply their strengths to each technology. Because of the scale of these technologies, we do assign primary responsibility to partnerships. The partnerships are the go-to people when there is an issue or change.
We embrace the principles of community, mentorship, and growth on the NetCom team. Information should flow freely between our members and knowledge is given freely. Enterprise networking is complex and requires a lot of reading, practice, research, and experimentation and the team supports each other to lessen those burdens. We also prioritize professional growth, such as education and certification, on this team.
At least 1 year of experience working on networking infrastructure within an enterprise environment in multiple core networking disciplines: L2/3, wireless, VoIP, LAN, WAN, VLAN, firewall, core, edge, ISE, Radius, IPS/IDS, etc.
Networking certification(s): CCNA, CCNP, etc.
Additional years of experience in with enterprise level network infrastructure.
Primary contributor to the planning and implementation of enterprise infrastructure: core, edge, wireless, ISE, firewall, VPN, Radius, IPS, etc.
Enterprise network design and implementation experience.