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Communications Engineer II (Government)

Washington D.C., District of Columbia

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The Communications Engineer II will provide Tier 1 and Tier 2 support for point-to-point and multi-point VTC capabilities to supported personnel using Polycom MGC MCUs and RMX MCUs GFE. In addition to traditional VTC support, such as meetings, training and broadcast messages, The Communications Engineer II plays a critical role in Enforcement and Removal Operations whereby the U.S. Department of Justice and Executive Office for Immigration Review conduct hearings via the VTC system.

The candidate should possess the following qualities:
  • Service-oriented work ethic.
  • Team leadership and strong responsibility.
  • Must possess organizational, multitasking and prioritization skills.
  • Ability to communicate effectively across all management levels.
  • Maintain a positive and professional demeanor, often under stress.
  • Flexibility to support dynamic mission priorities.
Communications Engineer II duties include, but are not limited to:
  • Serve as site lead with the responsibility of training and mentoring team members.
  • Complete single engineer technology assignments.
  • Respond to end-user service requests.
  • Manage IT Service Requests and Change Requests for all technologies and processes.
  • Test, deploy and maintain operability of all associated VTC assets.
  • Support shiftwork, on-call schedules during off-hours, holidays, and emergencies.

Minimum Education:

  • Bachelor’s degree in engineering, computer, telecommunications or related field.
  • Equivalent related technical experience may be considered in lieu of a degree.
Minimum Requirements:
  • At least three (3) years of relevant experience, troubleshooting/documenting, on a wide variety of servers, desktops and networking / telecommunication technologies, protocols, equipment, concepts, architectures, including switching, routing, DNS, Firewall, etc.
  • Ability to develop and execute IPv4, IPv6 and ITU E.164 address plans.
  • Possess comprehensive knowledge in Network Engineering or Systems Engineering.
  • Proficient in various voice communications, applications, servers, operating systems, etc.
  • Ability to document solutions with MS Office products: Word, Excel, Visio, and Project.

Required Clearance:
Up to Secret clearance

Desired Certifications:
  • CCENT
  • ICND2
  • CompTIA A+
  • CCNA
  • CompTIA Network+
  • CompTIA Security+
  • MCSE

AT&T is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer and we are committed to hiring a diverse and talented workforce. EOE/AA/M/F/D/V

Job ID 1937367 Date posted 09/17/2019

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Pros

I believe in AT&T and know they are at the edge of technology. The company believes in their people and offers all kinds of training to enable us to take on new jobs and to stay at the front of technology. The software defined network which we are building is the newest technology and AT&T has been involved since early 2000s. You have a great deal of autonomy at AT&T as long as you get the job done. You have the ability to do different jobs and to be challenged at all times.

Cons

I really have little negative to say about AT&T I have worked here for 35 years on March 23rd of 2016.

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