Orlando, Florida, United States

Network Systems Engineer

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Kaseya® is the leading provider of complete IT infrastructure and security management solutions for Managed Service Providers (MSPs) and internal IT organizations worldwide. Kaseya’s best-in-breed technologies allow organizations to efficiently manage and secure IT to drive sustained business success. Kaseya has achieved sustained, strong double-digit growth over the past several years and is backed by Insight Venture Partners www.insightpartners.com), a leading global private equity firm investing in high-growth technology and software companies that drive transformative change in the industries they serve.

Founded in 2000, Kaseya currently serves customers in over 20 countries across a wide variety of industries and manages over 15 million endpoints worldwide. To learn more about our company and our award-winning solutions, go to www.Kaseya.com and for more information on Kaseya’s culture, please click here: Kaseya Culture.

Kaseya is not your typical company. We are not afraid to tell you exactly who we are and our expectations. We have achieved record levels of success being BOLD, being GRITTY, being ACCOUNTABLE. The thousands of people that succeed at Kaseya are prepared to go above and beyond for the betterment of our customers, and the betterment of their careers and long-term financial wealth. 

Network Systems Engineer

Full-Time Position 

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WHAT WE ARE LOOKING FOR:   

As a Network Systems Engineer, you'll be instrumental in designing, implementing, and maintaining our network infrastructure. Your role involves analyzing network requirements, troubleshooting complex issues, and optimizing network performance. With a focus on scalability and security, you'll collaborate with cross-functional teams to ensure our network meets the evolving needs of our organization. If you're a seasoned network professional with a passion for innovation and problem-solving, apply now to join our team and drive excellence in network engineering.

WHAT YOU’LL DO:  

A Network Systems Engineer will be expected to take ownership of and troubleshoot highly technical issues in a logical manner to reach a final resolution. They should recommend solutions to solve these issues and work closely with other team members to meet common objectives. This engineer should have a good base understanding of BGP and other datacenter technologies. They should also be eager to learn and work on new hardware and technologies. They should be very self-motivated and be able to succeed with minimal day-to-day supervision. This engineer should be respectful and courteous to all other departments. Previous data-center networking experience is required.  Previous experience with next-generation firewalling and network security technologies is also a requirement.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:   

  • Designing and implementing complex network solutions to meet business requirements.
  • Managing and maintaining network infrastructure, including routers, switches, firewalls, and load balancers.
  • Troubleshooting network issues and providing timely resolution to ensure minimal downtime.
  • Monitoring network performance and security, implementing necessary improvements and optimizations.
  • Collaborating with cross- functional teams to plan and execute network upgrades and expansions.
  • Documenting network configurations, procedures, and best practices.
  • Mentoring junior network engineers and providing technical guidance and support.
  • Staying updated on emerging networking technologies and industry trends to drive innovation and improvement.

WHAT YOU’LL BRING:

  • Highly skilled in troubleshooting techniques.
  • 3+ years of work experience as a network engineer preferably backed by current Cisco CCNP certifications and Palo Alto Experience
  • The ideal candidate should be calm under pressure, a team player, flexible, and customer focused.
  • Excellent written, oral and interpersonal communication skills.
  • Hands-on working experience in a multi-vendor environment including; Cisco Nexus, 6500s, ASAs, and Palo Alto devices.
  • The candidate would have some with experience Cumulus, SONiC and Linux.
  • Detailed security experience with ACLs, IPsec, SSL, traffic inspection, and DDoS mitigation techniques.
  • A working understanding of networking technologies such as BGP, EVPN, VXLAN, MSTP, HSRP, BFD, 802.3ad, OSPF, route reflectors, confederations, FIB/RIB, distributed forwarding, AAA, layer 2 switching, and IPv6.
  • A strong working knowledge of next generation firewalls, deployment strategies, and network security best practices.
  • Strong experience with scripting languages like Python, Ansible, and shell scripting.
  • Experience using and managing NMS systems such as syslog, Oxidized, Jenkins, Zabbix, and Tacacs.

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