Abacus Technology

  • Network/VoIP Administrator

    Job Locations SA-Riyadh
    Posted Date 5 months ago(7/2/2018 8:21 AM)
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  • Overview

    Abacus Technology is seeking a Cisco Network and VoIP Administrator to provide administration and client/server management for an enterprise environment.  This is a full-time unaccompanied position located in Saudi Arabia.


    Integrate computer and network systems into the network, which encompasses all LAN/WAN Internet access.  Conduct support activities in all phases of the systems development life cycle, from planning through operations.  Manage IP-related services.  Provide “Tier 2 level” problem resolution services and provide all information related to reliability and availability of all resources managed within the organization.  Operate, configure, and maintain Cisco routers, and switches.  Work directly with the Network Control Center (NCC) and SWACC to maintain the military network.  Setup, configure, and re-key Type 1 in-line network encryptions on a military network. 


    10+ years’ experience in network administration with extensive Cisco routing and switching and VoIP experience.  Bachelor’s degree in a related field desired.  Must be Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) Security and Voice certified.  Experience with the following is desired: installation, maintenance, and optimization of Cisco Unified Communications (UC) solutions; Cisco Unified IM and Presence; installing, configuration, and maintenance of Cisco Routers and Switches; managing Access Control Servers (ACS); network management and monitoring software; TACACS+; and TACLANE encryptors.  Must be a U.S.  Citizen with an active DoD Secret security clearance and willing to relocate to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA).


    Applicants selected will be subject to a U.S. government security investigation and must meet eligibility requirements for access to classified information.




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