The Senior Subject Matter Expert (Intranet / Extranet) must be able to independently perform a variety of system design and integration tasks where a specific subject matter expertise is necessary.
Uses high-level functional systems analysis, design, integration, documentation and implementation methodologies on complex problems that require in-depth knowledge of the subject matter for effective implementation.
Must be capable of Troubleshooting connectivity issues that tier 1-3 cannot resolve.
Able to support the Internet infrastructure and World Wide Web technologies of a large scale, fairly complex enterprise network.
Provide expert consultation on interconnect protocols, hardware and software.
Provide and execute standard implementation procedures for user network access requests.
Research and be able to give advice on state-of-the-art Internet and World Wide Web technologies with a specific focus on security and interconnected systems at the senior engineer/architect mastery level.
Provide support for Enterprise Wide Area Network and Enterprise Local Area Network security solutions, as well as firewall/Internet technology solutions.
Configure and manage firewalls using tools such as the web interface (UI), command line interface (CLI), and Netscreen Security Manager (NSM).
Configure and manage external business partner firewalls, which may include the NS-500, 5GT, SSG-5, SSG-140, SSG-520, and the ISG-1000 platforms.
Clearance : Ability to Obtain a Public Trust Level 5. (U.S. Citizenship required).
Bachelor’s Degree preferred. Computer Science or technology related field preferred.
Ten years or more of relevant experience.
Troubleshoot, monitor, and interpret SNA and IP network communication problems using tools including but not limited to - William Data Systems’ Exigence, Juniper firewall debug and log output files, and network sniffer/trace output files on a large enterprise network.
Design, test, and implement external connections to the customer’s network via Local Area Networks (LAN), Wide Area Networks (WAN), and SNA Network Interconnections (SNI) using TCP/IP and SNA protocols.