Network Engineer Req ID 1542401

Company Name:
Yahoo! Inc.
Yahoo currently has a Network Engineer position available at our office in Sunnyvale, CA.
DUTIES: Ensure network configuration standards are adhered, and develop appropriate standards where standards are incomplete, or out of date. Test redundancy, resilience, and failover of network elements. Work with application owners to ensure their applications have similar degrees of redundancy, resilience, and failover during planned network tests. Develop tools and scripts to automate compliance, testing, and identification of faults or out of compliance elements. Ensure successful adherence to network SLAs (Service Level Agreements) in regards to availability, network requests, and escalations. Monitor, respond, configure, audit, and operate the global Yahoo production network at all layers (1-7). Develop scalable network designs, solutions, policies, and recommendations by working with the team of network engineers. Identify, research, evaluate and recommend network related tools and emerging network technologies. Support and lead implementation of growing network infrastructure. Participate in rotating ''on call'' schedule with other members of the team. Provide final-tier support for network related issues and events.
REQUIREMENTS: Masters degree in Computer Science, Engineering or related technical field and no experience.
Education or Experience must include:
1. Operational hands on experience in high volume, high availability network technologies
2. Operational experience with: enterprise/carrier-class routers and switches - Juniper, Cisco
3. Large scale loadbalancing (DSR and inline SLB & GSLB) across multiple vendors
4. Foundry
5. Network security (ACLs, VPN, L2VPN, IPSEC, GRE) Cisco, Juniper
6. Network routing protocol troubleshooting skills (BGP, OSPF, MPLS)
7. STP, 802.1 q,s,w , 802.3ae, SONET, DWDM, HSRP,VRRP
8. Unix especially in respect to networking
9. Shell.
TO APPLY: Submit your resume to the following URL: http://bit.ly/1frjjIK. Please search/reference Req ID# 1542401.

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