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Service Assurance Analyst

  • Location: Shiloh, Virginia, 22485
  • Salary: 22.14
  • Job Type:Contract

Posted 29 days ago

Terrific Contract Opportunity!

Position:  Service Assurance Analyst
Location: Remote
Term: 5 Months Contract


Day-to-Day Responsibilities:
 

  • Troubleshoot customer network problems from a service provider perspective with focus on Service Provider WAN (T1, Metro Ethernet, Managed Router etc..) and SD-WAN technologies.
  • Employ a suite of troubleshooting tools, be able to ping to customer equipment, trace route, log directly into routers (telnet/ssh), identify key route configuration elements or interpret WAN IP and application specific configurations on SD-WAN appliances
  • Rigorously and accurately document all work carried out in response to customer issues to assure consistency, transparency, validity, and auditability of all troubleshooting efforts undertaken
  • Call and email customers directly to provide status updates with regards to progress towards resolution on their trouble tickets and root cause identification
  • Be available in a Automatic Call Distributor (ACD) to receive trouble reports directly from customers and create trouble tickets as needed or provide first call resolution troubleshooting
  • Coordinate with Team Leads, higher-tier Analysts, and Engineers to identify workflow-impacting and/or service-impacting issues as they arise


Is this a good fit? (Requirements):
 

  • 3 to 4 years technical/telephony experience 
  • 3+ years directly related to the job Or 6 years directly related telephony or network ops experience and/or equivalent education related
  • Associate degree in a tech discipline
  • Basic network familiarity (Cisco CCENT Level)
  • Comfortable working with a computer (outlook, word etc…), familiarity with using a trouble ticketing system to document troubleshooting work on a problem
  • Awareness of WAN vs LAN, OSI Model, What an IP Address Is, What a Router/Switch is etc.


If this sounds like the perfect fit, Apply Today!