Network Engineering

Network Engineering

Proficiency Level 1
Basic Understanding

Understands basic concepts associated with network engineering, planning and architecture.

Lists the activities involved in network engineering, planning and methods and processes (M&Ps).

Identifies common network engineering challenges and problems.

Describes major methods and processes associated with network engineering.

Proficiency Level 2
Working Experience

Participates in the network engineering design and planning for the organization.

Adheres to relevant policies and procedures in network engineering operations.

Describes specific tools, techniques and systems for mobility network engineering and planning.

Troubleshoots technical problems and issues regarding network engineering and architecture.

Applies relevant tools and technologies in network architecture operational processes.

Proficiency Level 3
Extensive Experience

Supervises the design of large or multiple networks engineering and planning projects.

Consults on selection of approaches and tools for testing the integration of network components.

Controls the operating budget for an assigned network engineering and planning project.

Coaches others on the application of technical tools and systems for network engineering and architecture.

Oversees network architecture schedules and ensures that related activities follow an established plan.

Optimizes existing network architecture processes for effective network operations.

Proficiency Level 4
Subject Matter Expert

Demonstrates expertise in the design and engineering of high-impact, high-volume and global networks.

Develops and monitors the organization’s network engineering benchmarks.

Creates mechanisms for ensuring that network engineering designs align to corporate technological principles.

Develops best practices to ensure an effective workflow in network engineering and architecture.

Establishes engineering regulations for network and promotes regulations throughout organization.

Monitors industry trends and directions for network engineering; champions the use of new tools and methods.

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