The Network Engineer provides support to the instructional and administrative programs by providing direct services in the installation, use, upgrade, maintenance, troubleshooting, and repair of campus-wide networks. The Network Engineer also designs, installs, upgrades, configures, and repairs local and wide area network hardware and infrastructure; valuates, tests, and recommends appropriate technology for use in the educational environment; installs and tests computers and related network hardware and software; carries out supervisory responsibilities in accordance with Arrowad’s policies ; maintains network maps of all sites, and rains concerned with network troubleshooting techniques.
A degree in computers or similar concentration. Candidates must have 1-3 years of experience. Network certification (CNE/MCSE/CISCO) preferred.
Competitive tax-free salary (12 months a year), housing and transportation allowance, medical insurance, annual airline tickets, annual paid leave, and end-of-service gratuity.