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Network Administrator Staffing Agency

Network Administrator Staffing Agency

Tier2Tek Staffing Agency provides options for Network Administrator Staffing (Network Admin Staffing). The Network Administrator is responsible for the organization’s connections between multiple devices. They manage how traffic is routed within the organization. In addition, they interface with WAN, LAN, and network integrators. Not only do they manage the internal network for a company, but they are also in charge of ISP(s) coming into the organization.

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For Experienced Network Administrator Staffing

Tier2Tek Staffing Agency has been staffing network administrators and engineers for multiple years. Most importantly, we understand how important the role is to an IT infrastructure. In fact, they’re the backbone that connects all devices in the network. Therefore, we take time to interview candidates in detail to ensure they have the right background. When companies need an IT staffing firm that has the know-how to source the right network administrator, they turn to Tier2Tek. We look forward to helping you with your staffing needs.

What Does a Network Administrator Do?

Every office requires the ability for multiple devices to communicate with each other. This process must be executed seamlessly and efficiently

The network administrators design and apply the best solution for a company’s network.  In addition, they also manage how devices connect via wireless access points.

The IT network of an organization is the digital highway system of information sharing and collaboration. The network administrators allow this collaboration by maintaining the IT network.

Finally, they manage how the Internet is brought into their internal network. In most cases, there are multiple internet service providers in an organization. The network team designs and manages these connections based on internal demand.

Average Salary

According to GlassDoor, the average salary for a Network Administrator is $72,910 a year.

Network Administrator I Job Description for Staffing

The Network Administrator I will have 3+ years of direct experience with routing and switching and a valid CCNA certification. 

  • Provides the company with in-house engineering expertise to analyze, design, architect, and/or troubleshoot network-related issues.
  • Must have strong network troubleshooting skills and be very familiar with packet capture and other monitoring tools (such as SolarWinds).

II Job Description

The Network Administrator II will have 5+ years of direct experience with routing and switching and have a valid CCNP certification. 

  • Provides the company with in-house engineering expertise to analyze, design, architect, and/or troubleshoot network-related issues.
  • Must have strong network troubleshooting skills and be very familiar with packet capture and other monitoring tools (such as SolarWinds).

Network Engineer Job Description for Staffing

The Network Engineer will have 7+ years of direct experience with routing and switching and have a valid CCNP. 

  • Provides the company with in-house engineering expertise to analyze, design, architect, and/or troubleshoot network-related issues.
  • Must have strong network troubleshooting skills and be very familiar with packet capture and other monitoring tools (such as SolarWinds).
  • Must have knowledge and experience with routing protocols such as OSPF, iBGP, and eBGP and advanced networking such as Cisco ACI, and HSRP.

Senior Network Engineer Job Description for Staffing

The Senior Network Engineer or CCIE will have 8+ years of direct experience with routing and switching and have a valid CCIE certification. 

  • Provides the company with in-house engineering expertise to analyze, design, architect, and/or troubleshoot network-related issues.
  • Must have strong network troubleshooting skills and be very familiar with packet capture and other monitoring tools (such as SolarWinds).
  • Must have expert knowledge and experience with routing protocols such as OSPF, iBGP, and eBGP and advanced networking such as Cisco ACI, and HSRP.
  • Strong experience with private Cisco MPLS networks.

Cisco Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP- security level engineer) Job Description for Staffing

The CISSP will have 7+ years of direct experience with routing and switching and have a valid CISSP certification.

  • Strong experience with security directives, policies, publications, and regulations.
  • Should have strong experience in creating system security plans.
  • Strong experience in network security certifications.
  • Needs to have strong experience in system certifications.
  • Ensure systems are operated, maintained, and disposed of in accordance with internal security policies and practices outlined in the security plan.
  • Ensure that all users have the requisite security clearances, and authorization and are aware of their security responsibilities before granting access to the Information System (IS).
  • Design and implement security tests in accordance with stated criteria.
  • Provide daily, ongoing security oversight of assigned systems. Provide oversight on the security impact of proposed modifications, additions, and technology refresh evolution.
  • Advise users of the security features and procedures used in their ISs.

Network Technician Job Description for Staffing

The Network Technician will have 2+ years of direct experience with routing and switching and have a valid CCNA certification.

  • Duties include the physical installation of networking equipment.
  • Intermediate-to-advanced knowledge of monitoring software such as packet capture tools and SolarWinds.
  • Posses Intermediate-to-advanced knowledge of networking.
  • Intermediate knowledge of the problem, change, performance, and service level management.
  • Working knowledge of network architectures, and protocols and is able to complete complex problem resolution and service requirements.

Common Certifications for a Network Administrator

Network5 Certification

Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA)

Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer (MCSE)

Parallel Jobs and Career Paths

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They configure the enterprise servers and maintain the operating system life cycles. This includes active directory domains, group policies, print servers, VMware, email, single sign-on, and a variety of other services. The primary responsibility of the Sysadmin is to ensure services are available to users on the network.

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NOC Technicians monitor the organization’s IT infrastructure 24/7. For example, they have monitoring tools that alert them if anything diverts from the norm. Afterward, the NOC Technician follows a set protocol to notify the responsible IT departments. The primary goal of the NOC technician is to proactively identify incidents and address them before they become problems.

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Overall, the Infrastructure Software Engineer is a similar practice to a normal Software Engineer. Henceforth, the difference in roles comes down to the part of the software they develop. While Software Engineers use their expertise to create functioning applications, the Infrastructure Software Engineer comes first, creating the tools and basis upon the software to be built upon.

Furthermore, the Engineer will work with the software development team to decide what tools and Application Programming Interfaces (APIs) will be necessary and efficient for the project. Then, the Infrastructure team gets to work building the foundation of the product.

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Highest-Paying States for Network Administrators

1

Washington

Average Salary:
$83,594

2

Vermont

Average Salary:
$83,448

3

Alaska

Average Salary:
$82,441