Network Engineer, Datacenter - 7897

Company Name:
UpStream Global Services
We are seeking a Network Engineer, Datacenter to support one of our customers in Menlo Park, CA area for a 12 month contract.
Our clients datacenter network engineering team is looking for an experienced, results driven engineer to join our growing team. Do you want to work on one of the world's largest and most advanced networks? Do you excel in fast paced, impact focused environments? Then this is the role for you! This position is 12 months contract and located in Menlo Park, CA.
? Adapt quickly to a rapidly evolving, high growth network
? Design networks that can scale to support our massive user base
? Identify network inefficiencies and develop bold and innovative solutions
? Interact with engineers throughout facebook to develop highly scalable designs
? Identify and automate repetitive tasks
? Troubleshoot and determine root-causes for network events
? Expertise in TCP, IP v4 v6 , and related protocols
? Extensive experience with MP-BGP
? Detailed knowledge of FHRP operation
? Hands on experience with OSPF/ISIS traffic engineering implementations
? In-depth understanding of network hardware platforms and their specifications
? Experience troubleshooting stateful packet flows and common network protocol operation
? Strong familiarity with Linux
? Excellent time management and communication skills
? Ability to participate in a regular on-call rotation
? Scripting experience with Python, Perl, or other languages strongly preferred
? Experience working in a multi-vendor network environment a plus
? Experience with load-balancers a plus
? Experience in content or SP environments a plus
? Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science or Computer Engineering a plus

For immediate consideration please contact:
UpStream Global Services

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