- Cisco ISE
- Incident response
- Routing protocols
Subsidiary: Colas Canada Inc.
Colas is a Canadian leader in transportation infrastructure - materials, construction, and maintenance. From roads to rail, airports to ports, we build some of the most important projects that connect our communities. Backed by our network of Colas companies across Canada and the Colas Group worldwide, Colas offers a wide range of innovative and sustainable solutions for the construction and maintenance of transportation infrastructure. Headquartered in the Denver Tech Center, Colas IS Support is the information technology arm of Colas North America. Our vision is to deliver world class services, strategy and processes that support our construction and manufacturing operations. We work to provide timely access to information and knowledge in an integrated, open, and collaborative environment, and aim to be the standard bearer for excellence in quality, customer service and reliability. We are building a company culture where both individual and team effort are rewarded and value employees that look forward to the challenge of exceeding customer expectations.
Are you looking for an IT career that leaves a lasting impact? Come join our team and do your part in building this continent’s infrastructure.
As a Network Team Lead and Security Administrator, you will be responsible for all aspects of the network and overall operational security. In this position, you will be part of the role is responsible for designing computer networks, including local area networks (LANs), wide area networks (WANs), Internet connection, intranets and other data communications systems. Part of the role is responsible for providing audit support and remediation for all of enterprise IT application & infrastructure and its development within the Colas companies in North America. The position requires collaboration and alignment with international colleagues (CSSI) on security service best practices, development, and improvements. Upon training, candidate will supervise other network administrators.
Supervise existing Network Admins and help them to manage Projects they are working on.
Provide technical direction in all aspects of network management from network design through implementation, maintenance and upgrading of existing networks (including switches, routers, firewalls, IPS, ISE, WAN…);
Capacity and performance planning, overseeing software upgrades on production platforms, data-center build-outs, and change management;
Manage routine changes, provision services, deployments, fault isolation, service recovery, and incident analysis;
Review network characteristics and recommend procurement of, and/or modifications to network components;
Monitor, evaluate, and maintain systems and procedures to safeguard internal systems, networks and applications;
Report, investigate and resolve security incidents in conjunction with global security operations.
Monitoring security access;
Conducting security assessments through vulnerability testing and risk analysis;
Performing both internal and external security audits;
Analyzing security breaches to identify the root cause;
Continuously updating the company’s incident response and disaster recovery plans;
Verifying the security of third-party vendors and collaborating with them to meet security requirements.
Bachelor’s degree in computer science, or a related field;
Minimum of 2 years experience as a network/security administrator;
Having a strong attention to detail on network planning and projects with the ability to communicate effectively;
Ability to monitor network performance (availability, utilization, throughput, goodput, and latency), test for weaknesses and perform necessary network changes with proper changes;
Problem solver with experience and a good knowledge in terms of cybersecurity techniques, computer forensics, incident response and reverse engineering.
Proven experience in a Lead Network Manager and/or managing a large complex network.
WHAT YOU BRING
Strong written and verbal communication skills
Knowledge of BGP and WAN routing protocols is considered as an asset
Cisco Routing experience is a nice-to-have
Good knowledge of ITIL concept and process adherence
Bilingual French & English is a nice-to-have.
Amazing opportunities for mobility and career growth: At Colas, we encourage everyone to reach for their goals by building their own path: providing training tools, new learning programs, and soft skills development initiatives. With a network of subsidiaries across Canada and the Colas Group in 53 countries world-wide, the opportunities to expand your career are nearly endless.
Great perks: Discounted gym membership? Check. Exclusive deals on restaurants, merchandise, and travel? Check. Get rewarded for your hard work with access to a wide range of employee discounts.
Benefits and pension from day one: At Colas, we recognize the amazing talent each person brings. We believe such great talent deserves to be rewarded. We provide a comprehensive benefits and pension package, so you can focus on continuing to do your best.
Colas Canada Inc. is an equal opportunity employer and promotes diversity, equity and inclusion. Colas Canada Inc. expressly prohibits any form of workplace harassment based on race, colour, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, age, genetic information, disability, or veteran status. Improper interference with the ability of Colas Canada Inc. employees to perform their job duties may result in discipline up to and including discharge.