Network Systems Engineer
Community & Regional Banks
Headquartered in Morrisville, VT, Union Bank is a wholly owned subsidiary of Union Bancshares, Inc. (UNB, traded on the NASDAQ Exchange). Located just fifteen minutes north of beautiful Stowe Mountain Resort, the Bank has been serving northwestern VT and Northern NH for over 100 hundred years and has recently increased total assets to over $1B. Today the Bank operates 14 retail branches in Vermont, 4 retail branches in northern New Hampshire, and two Loan Centers in Williston, VT and North Conway, New Hampshire.
With a Return on Equity of 13.82%, Return on Assets of 1.14% (reported as of June 30, 2020) and a loan portfolio focused on high asset quality, Union Bank has maintained excellent financial performance during a challenging interest rate and regulatory environment. Due to the Bank’s continued growth, the position of Network Systems Engineer is available.
The Network Systems Engineer will be responsible for providing proactive and reactive support and administration of the bank’s network infrastructure, including firewalls, routers, multilayer switching, overall network design, corporate servers, PC maintenance, and telecommunications equipment. In addition, the selected person will should also be proficient with all operating systems utilized and other client-server-based applications.
• Maintain and achieve a high level of network availability of 99% or greater.
• Proactively manage, monitor, maintain, and test the LAN/WAN network equipment and demonstrate ongoing improvement in network performance.
• Proficient in VMware virtual infrastructure, SAN and RAID design.
• Proactively identify any network security risks and to communicate such with IT department management to provide a quick and viable resolution to those risks.
• Develop and maintain network documentation of all changes, upgrades, and additions to the network structure.
• Assist Systems Administrator to maintain reliable backup and replication of all severs.
• Assist System Administrator in managing all servers including but not limited to Microsoft Exchange, Active Directory, SQL, and other application servers.
• Ability to prioritize and execute tasks in a high-pressure environment and make sound decisions in stressful situations.
• Have and maintain a working knowledge of current network security threats and how to protect against them.
• Mentor other IT staff to ensure knowledge transfer and department growth.