Our client is an federal institution looking for someone with an active Top Secret clearance
and previous Avaya experience. They have just implemented Avaya and are looking for someone to design and implement a migration from their legacy telephony systems to a enterprise UCCE. Job description below:
Job Title: Senior Telecommunications Engineer SME
Job Type: Full-Time
Salary: Very Generous
Sponsorship: US Citizen/Green Card Only
Location: Washington DC
* Responsible for designing, installing, configuring, monitoring/maintaining network, telecommunications, and/or systems hardware/software; analyzing hardware/software failures, connectivity, and monitoring systems/networks to ensure availability to all users performing necessary network maintenance, telecommunications, and/or systems availability; and developing/implementing information security policies.
* Designing system architecture templates that will serve as the basis for most customer installations, requiring only minor adjustments to meet the needs of those locations.
* Design, develop and implement the technical architecture and physical design of the network: analyze existing voice and data networks and recommend solutions Install and configure voice gateways as part of the IP telephony system
* Maintain enterprise technical infrastructure resources
* Design, install, configure, monitor/maintain network systems;
* Performing necessary maintenance of medium to large-sized networks, telecommunications or systems availability; develop/maintain information security policies;
* Applied knowledge of the SDLC, including requirements analysis, documentation development, control gates, and system verification
* Experience in requirements analysis, project planning, and resource management, strong analytical and technical skills related to IT projects to assist in implementing project objectives and solutions
* Experience on VOIP projects.
* Design detailed equipment rack elevations showing component level detail, and all associated connectivity using Visio or similar