RCI-ITCS4-9237RI / Brooklyn, NY 11201 / Part-Time (35 hours per week)
Implement a Public Safety ESInet and NENA compliant NG 911 System to replace current 911 system.
- Interconnect all Public Safety Answering points (PSAPs) in the commission of the 911 program at PSAP demarcation point.
- Maintain the data flow of the PSAP 911 traffic from E911 system to State level ESInet.
- Provide planning for descriptive Network details of the ESInet infrastructure for the PSAP.
- Provide guidance on maintaining interoperability of PSAPs until the ESInet transition is complete.
- Produce ESiNET Core Services device configuration templates for ESiNET components.
- Manage the configuration and deployments of the ESiNET Network Technology.
- Provide Subject Matter Expertise to program management for the integration and evolution of the NG9-1-1 System.
NOTE: This position may be remote during the COVID-19 pandemic. It may resume on-site when the pandemic is over.
- Design engineering following NENA standards
- Integration of ESInet with legacy 911 systems and subsystems
- Technical design of NG911 and Legacy systems, and product deployment
- Understanding of Network security technology
- Project and proposal management, and RFP reviewer
- System and subsystems verification and validating using traffic generator
- Vendor relationship management and scheduling
- Continuous life-cycle management for all Public Safety technologies
- Knowledge of both WAN/LAN technologies and design
- Knowledge of IP/IPv6 based networks, subnetting, and routing protocols
- Knowledge of ESInet core services,legacy telephony technologies, SIP, VOIP, network protocols, and ESInet design using NENA recommended best practices
- Knowledge of routing protocols and familiarity with concepts associated to cloud computing and virtualization.
- Experience managing Internet and Wide Area Networks and various IP based applications
- Vendor management, Problem solving, technical writing, MS Office products (Visio/Word/PowerPoint/Excel, etc..)
- Broad knowledge of various system, network, and security practices