Network Engineer - Military veterans preferred



  full-time   employee

United States


SAIC is seeking a Network Engineer that will design, install, configure and support the customer’s WAN and other data communications systems or a segment of a network system.   The candidate will maintain the network hardware and software as well as monitor the network to ensure network availability to all system users.  The candidate will perform the necessary maintenance to support network availability.   The candidate will support the design, design documentation, factory testing and network integration of IP/MPLS based LAN/WAN network infrastructure.  General tasks include developing MPLS network architecture, assessing network management architecture, documenting the architecture, developing test plans, and conducting the testing effort.   The candidate will be responsible for installations, upgrades, support and problem resolution for UNIX and Windows based operating systems.


  • BS in Computer Science, Network Engineering, Systems Engineering or related technical discipline with 8+ years of network engineering experience; if no degree, 10+ years’ experience in network engineering
  • Current and active TS/SCI clearance with FS polygraph 
  • 8+ years’ experience as a Network Engineer 
  • UNIX (Linux, Solaris, BSD) administration experience 
  • Remote network and server administration experience 
  • Experience designing and implementing VPNs 
  • Experience with the implementation of X.509 certificates, Secure Socket Layer (SSL) 
  • Routing and WAN connectivity experience 
  • PERL/Shell Script experience 
  • Experience with IP related services to include HTTP, FTP, NNTP, and SMTP 
  • Experience with routing services to include DHCP, ARP, RARP 
  • Experience with connection services to include SOAP, RMI, RPC 
  • Cisco CCNP Certification 
  • Juniper JNCP Certification

Desired Qualifications

  • Advanced Degree in Computer Science, Engineering or related field
  • Knowledge and interest in advanced areas such as malware analysis, shellcode development, or binary forensics