Minimum Salary: $36.08
Maximum Salary: $44.93
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The District's Information Technology Division (ITD) has 600+ staff members, including programmers, network engineers, project managers, and administrative staff - all of whom provide support to the schools and LAUSD's business/functional units in a professional, forward thinking, and challenging environment. Technologies supported range from personal systems to enterprise-wide systems and applications. The IT Division's offices are located at the District Headquarters building in downtown Los Angeles
The Network Operations Center Engineer installs, implements, configures, integrates, and maintains the Network Management Systems Visit us at www.lausdjobs.org necessary to monitor the District’s Enterprise Network.
Paid premiums for your choice of several medical, dental, vision, and life insurance plans
Membership in the California Public Employee Retirement System (CalPERS)
Two Weeks of Paid vacation to start; three weeks after five years of year-round paid service
Paid Holidays: 12 days
Interested candidates should visit LAUSD’s Talent Acquisition & Selection Branch site to apply
The duties consist of, but are not limited to, the following:
- Implements, maintains, configures, augments, and integrates disparate tools for network management
- Configures managed node domains within a distributed management system implementation
- Provides feedback to management on trends, recurring issues, and anticipated problems related to network devices and their monitoring
- Configures and performs balancing of system resources and maintains remote access system.
- Develops and tests event reduction and correlation rules within a distributed management system implementation
- Develops and implements task-specific polling and monitoring scripts for integration with the management system
- Develops and implements network, system, and application performance analysis and reporting.
- Provides daily monitoring of network infrastructure, detects equipment failure, and generates remedy services
- Performs other related duties as assigned
Graduation from a recognized college or university, with a bachelor’s degree in computer science, electrical engineering, or a related field. Additional qualifying experience may substitute for the required education on a year for year basis.
Three years of experience in the installation, configuration, and maintenance of two or more large-scale network management platforms such as Peregrine Network Discovery, Nagios, Stablenet Infosim, HP/ Aruba Airwave, Cisco Primeworks, Netscout Fluke Truview, BMC Solutions (such as Remedy, TrueSight, and Network Automation), and HP business Technology Optimization.
Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) certification is required.
Cisco Certified Network Professional (CCNP) certification, Cisco Certified Design Professional certification (CCDP), or BMC or HP equivalent certifications are preferable.
The ideal candidate must also be able to leverage the aforementioned scripting and/or programming abilities to interface with various systems and network monitoring tools employed by the District. The candidate is expected to be able to parse, manipulate, and organize various types of data obtained from these systems for presentation to senior management.
Additionally, he or she will have the ability to quickly identify repetitive tasks involved with event monitoring and to perform root-cause and service impact analysis. Lastly, the ideal candidate must be patient, proactive, with the drive and determination to learn about emerging frameworks, be able to prioritize tasks based on level of urgency, and maintain a calm demeanor under pressure
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The Los Angeles Unified School District intends that all qualified persons shall have equal opportunities for employment and promotion.
Reasonable accommodations in completing an application and testing are available to individuals with disabilities. Please call (213) 241-3455 for more information