Senior Advisor, IT Development Job Description

Senior Advisor, IT Development Job Description

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Senior advisor, IT development provides expert-level knowledge in configuring and troubleshooting VLANs, routing protocols (EIGRP, OSPF, BGP), software defined networks (SDN), policy-based routing (PBR), STP, HSRP and firewalls in large, complex networks, network services, enterprise services and applications relating to network technologies.

Senior Advisor, IT Development Duties & Responsibilities

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Sample responsibilities for this position include:

Responsible for delivery of solutions within budget, schedule and quality guidelines
Subject matter expert in technical programming specialties
Develop and maintain functional test automation components, own Functional Test, also referred to as DIT (development integration testing)
Plan and conduct Unit Test, Development Integration Test and support System Integration Tests and User Acceptance Tests, production launches by coordinating geographically distributed teams in conference calls
Provide Level 3 (application development) support for escalated production incidents orchestrating different teams for issue resolution, post-implementation support if needed outside business hours and on weekends
Oversees design, development, maintenance, testing and debugging of software ensuring software development lifecycle (SDLC) guidelines are followed
Directs other analyst/programmers
Ensures proactive and cooperative relationships exist within the project team
Interviews, hires and establishes colleague performance development plans
Identify opportunity areas on the Global Network and make suggestions for improvements

Senior Advisor, IT Development Qualifications

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Education for Senior Advisor, IT Development

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Employers hiring for the senior advisor, IT development job most commonly would prefer for their future employee to have a relevant degree such as Bachelor's and Collage Degree in Technical, Engineering, Computer Science, Information Systems, Education

Skills for Senior Advisor, IT Development

Desired skills for senior advisor, IT development include:

Layer 3
DHCP
DNS
BGP
OSPF
Products and protocols: EIGRP
Appropriate networks
Claims management systems
Applications systems analysis and programming
Specific business subject areas

Desired experience for senior advisor, IT development includes:

Interface with Global carriers to maintain current services levels, and work towards developing and implementing new solutions
Assist Sr
Troubleshoot, isolate and resolve network problems (LAN, WAN and MAN)
Perform Capacity planning on our Global WAN, make suggestions and implement solutions
Working Knowledge with network products (switches, routers, appliances) and network protocols

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