• Senior Network Engineer

    Regular Full-Time
    US Citizen Required
    Job Location
    Active Security Clearance Required
    Clearance Status
  • About the Role

    As a Network Engineer you will architect and implement optimal (enterprise coverage, minimal device footprint, minimal network impact) deployments and respective configuration of hardware and software for the Federal enterprise solutions covering a wide-range of topics, including, but not limited to: Configuration Management, Network Access Controls, Malware Defenses, Software Asset Management, Hardware Asset Management, Vulnerability Remediation, Security Event and Log Management, Incident Response, Penetration Testing, Wireless Access Control, Network Monitoring, Boundary Defense,  Continuous Monitoring, and/or others as requested by the Government. 


    • Automate and streamline repetitive IT processes, at the discretion of the Federal task lead
    • Evaluate best-of-breed products and standards, consistent with Federal guidance
    • Perform product/standards comparisons based upon research, independent lab test result reports, intelligence agency recommendations, and other resources authoritative, mandatory, or compelling to a U.S. Federal agency
    • Schedule and attend conference calls, meetings, demonstrations, conferences, trade shows, and other events with third-party equipment, software, and service vendors for the purposes of market research
    • Provide expert opinion to Federal manager, but will not make product/standards selections on behalf of the Government - Product/standards selection will only be performed by the Government
    • Configure and implement changes to the agency network
    • Provide architecture and engineering solutions to meet project requirements as they relate to the business and functional requirements of the project sponsor
    • Ensure appropriate network and system performance meets requirements, and establish thresholds for performance tool setup and testing
    • Responsible for solution development and testing
    • Solution deployment, integration and implementation
    • Troubleshooting of pre- and post-production rollout issues
    • Tier 3 enterprise issue escalation support

    Required Qualifications

    • 5-10 years total years of experience in network development, architecture, and engineering with wide area networks (WANs)
    • Problem solving skills and ability to work under pressure
    • CCNA/CCNP Certification
    • Strong Communication skills, verbal and written
    • This position requires a clearance and/or badge that involves an extensive background and credit check

    Desired Qualifications

    • Familiarity with Multi-Protocol Label Switching (MPLS) networks
    • Experience with the design and/or implementation of Palo Alto firewall and endpoint protection
    • Experience with the design and/or implementation of the Blue Coat security platform tools

    About Us

    Founded in 2004, eGlobalTech (eGT) is a leading management and IT consulting firm in the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area. Our focus is to provide the public sector with innovative solutions, leveraging cutting-edge tools and methodologies to meet the Government’s most pressing business needs. To achieve this objective, our core practice areas – strategy, IT solutions development, cyber security, and cloud computing – are integrated to provide clients with comprehensive end-to-end results. This integration enables our highly motivated teams to thrive in a culture that encourages out-of-the-box thinking, collaboration and an environment where you can excel. For more information, please visit our website at


    Equal Employment Opportunity:


    eGlobalTech is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, gender, age, status as a protected veteran, sexual orientation, gender identity, or status as a qualified individual with a disability.   EEO is the Law.


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