ALSAC/St. Jude

Engineer - Network

5 months ago(9/5/2017 2:15 PM)
Position ID
Employment Status
Regular Full-Time
Information Technology Services


ALSAC exists to raise funds and awareness for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. Our staff is dynamic and diverse. Our skills are different, our professions are varied; but our mission is the same: support the lifesaving mission of St. Jude. It’s more than a job; it’s a place where you can do what you love, and love why you do it.

  • #1 Hospital Charity in the Nation
  • #1 Health Non-Profit Brand of the Year
  • 94% of Employees Agree ALSAC is a Great Place to Work
  • Ranked a Top 10 Non-Profit Organization by Revenue

Job Purpose

Responsible for ensuring the stability and integrity of in-house data, voice, video, and wireless network services. This is achieved by implementing and maintaining local area networks (LANs) and wide area networks (WANs) across the organization. Participates with the installation, monitoring, maintenance, support, and optimization of all network hardware, software, and communication links. This individual will also analyze and resolve network hardware and software problems in a timely and accurate fashion, and provide technical training where required.


  • Proven experience with LAN, WAN, WLAN, and WWAN design and implementation
  • Proven experience with network troubleshooting, network security principles, and general network management best practices
  • Working technical knowledge of current network hardware, protocols, and Internet standards
  • Competence with testing tools and procedures for voice and data circuits
  • Knowledge of applicable data privacy practices and laws
  • Knowledge ordinarily acquired through a Bachelor's degree in computer science (or related degree) and 2  - 4 years of relevant work experience
  • CCNA certification preferred
  • Must possess a valid driver's license

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