• Full Time
  • Enterprise
  • Salary Guide: $25,000 - $55,000

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UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT AUSTIN is committed to working with the best people possible and as such offers a renumeration and benefits package for Engineer Iis commensurate with experience and qualifications. Please visit the website for further information.

Position: Enterprise Network Engineer Iii
Location: Enterprise
Hours: Full Time
Salary Guide: $25,000 – $55,000
Last Updated: 13 December 2022
Job Category: Engineering

Network Engineer Role:

A Network Engineer, or Network Administrator, is responsible for designing, installing and maintaining digital communication networks within the organisation. Duties include establishing wireless networks, developing digital communication networks and improving cyber-security.

Other Duties:

  • Establishing and maintaining IT and digital communication infrastructure, including wireless or LAN networks
  • Establishing and maintaining digital communication software, including email, user logins and passwords; this includes setting up new employees with company email accounts and providing them with access to the network, as well as troubleshooting for existing employees.
  • Training new staff to operate within the companys IT systems and ensuring that new staff are aware of company communication policies
  • Making sure that the networks are protected from malware and viruses, identifying areas that might be under threat and areas where security can be improved, keeping up to date on ever-changing cyber-threats
  • Installing and maintaining firewalls, establishing and maintaining company-wide access policies to the internet
  • Providing technical support and assistance to employees.
  • Performing analysis and collecting data to establish the potential for improvements within the communication networks
  • Working with third-party providers to keep the networks running efficiently
  • Maintaining the companys phone system and working closely with the phone service provider to keep the lines active

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