Job Title: Engineer – IP and MPLS Support, Network
Job Identification Number: 1080
Location: Ikoyi, Lagos
Job Schedule: Full time
Job Category: MTN Level 2
Reports To: Manager Datacomm Support
- Provide day to day Operational and Maintenance Support for the MTN Nigeria’s enterprise Data Network based on MPLS Technology.
- Coordinate high level understanding of multi-services platforms, routing protocols ISIS / RIP / RSVP / OSPF / BGP / iBGP / and trouble shoot down to packet level.
- Guarantee in-depth knowledge of IP/MPLS protocols, NMS systems, firewalls, Cisco works, CIC, identify with Layer 2 and 3 VPN in line with the Service Level Agreements.
- Implement VoIP and IP Telephony in a Telco and Large IP Networks including integration and configuration.
- Implement firewalling technologies and network access control methodologies.
- Implement mile business connectivity access technologies like ADSL,WiFi,Wimax.
- Implement QoS, Diffserv Traffic shaping and traffic QoS policy with In-depth understanding.
- Escalate network related fault and network clearance rate.
- Ensure quality roll-out of new Data/services working with Marketing and IP System planning teams.
- Perform New Node implementation and cut over.
- Provide Emergency Maintenance on IP/MPLS Network/High Level trouble shooting.
- Liaise with IP vendors, interfacing with TAC centers and Vendor Tier 2 and 3 support staff.
- B.Sc in Computer Science / B.Sc. Electrical Engineering or any related field
- Cisco Certification to Professional Level required with a bias in MPLS Technology/Routing & Switching/Datacenter.
- 3-7 years of experience which includes:
- Experience in a high-level support of large Enterprise Environment
- Experience in the implementation of QoS Policies, Segment routing
- Experience interworking with TAC and other Cisco services
- Prior experience in Service Provider and ISP Functionality.
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