Network Engineer / Los Angeles

Los Angeles, California

Local Only

Full Time

$100k - $125k

A global Supply Chain Logistics company that prides themselves in environmental protection is looking for a Network Engineer to join the team.
This role will be involve hands-on management, support, and evolution of both conventional and fully automated, robotic maritime cargo terminal network environments.

The ideal engineer should have 5+ years of experience. Have advanced understanding of LAN, WAN, and internet networking concepts at all layers of the OSI model and a familiarity with a wide array of different manufacturer’s network hardware including switches, routers, I/O, and PLC products. Required Skills & Experience
  • 5+ years of Network Engineering experience
  • Experience with Industrial products: Siemens, MOXA, Antaira
  • Experience with enterprise networking a plus; Cisco and Aruba, CCNP or ACSP preferred
  • Experience with HPE Aruba products including ClearPass, Mobility Controllers, and Airwave preferred
  • Knowledge of different topologies and network medias including single mode/multimode fiber, copper, twinax, SFPs
  • Understanding of link aggregation protocols, i.e Etherchannel, LACP, LAG
  • Advanced understanding of network protocols such as TCP, UDP, DNS, Telnet, SSH, FTP, SFTP, SNMP, SMTP, SNTP, DHCP, Profinet, Profibus, S7 Comm etc.
  • Advanced understanding of LAN, WAN, and internet networking concepts at all layers of the OSI model
  • Familiarity with a wide array of different manufacturer’s network hardware including switches, routers, I/O, and PLC products.
  • Knowledge of advanced routing, switching, topology, and redundancy principles
  • Familiarity with encryption concepts and protocols
Desired Skills & Experience
  • Network Security Experience
The Offer
  • Competitive Salary
You will receive the following benefits:
  • Medical Insurance
  • Dental Benefits
  • Vision Benefits
  • Paid Time Off (PTO)
  • 401(k)

Applicants must be currently authorized to work in the US on a full-time basis now and in the future.

Posted by: Sam Supple