Manager, Network Engineering and Operations
Company: PlayStation Network
Location: Aliso Viejo
Posted on: April 3, 2021
Manager, Network Engineering and Operations PlayStation isn't
just the Best Place to Play -it's also the Best Place to Work.
We've thrilled gamers since 1994, when we launched the original
PlayStation. Today, we're recognized as a global leader in
interactive and digital entertainment. The PlayStation brand falls
under Sony Interactive Entertainment, a wholly-owned subsidiary of
Sony Corporation. Manager, Network Engineering and Operations Come
lead a team of network engineers to design, build, and operate a
global network that serves all of PlayStation! We are looking for a
strong leader to develop and lead a network engineering and
operations team in Orange County, CA. Your team will collaborate
with teams in Berlin, Germany and Adelaide, Australia to ensure
24x7 operations. This individual will have the ability to be
hands-on but have strong people management skills.-- Your team will
consist of Network Engineers that can lead projects, build new
networks, contribute to automation (NetDevOps), and be fully
independent in operating a complex global network. Core
- Work with the NetEng management to build a team of Network
Engineers to design, build, and operate our network.
- Ability to contribute to technical tasks and provide technical
reviews and guidance.
- Provide technical guidance and support to engineers in
interpreting and reacting to network events.
- Build an amazing team with a PlayStation culture that will
attract and retain top talent.
- Ensure daily operations, track work on projects, changes, and
- Ensure processes and procedures are followed.
- Collaborate with the rest of NetEng management to ensure
consistency between staff globally.
- Develop a strong relationship with each engineer to ensure
their overall health, happiness, and success at PlayStation.
- Support the professional goals and development opportunities
for the engineering staff.
- Provide coaching through mentoring, training, and 1:1s.
- Contribute to the design and enhancement of the global backbone
and data center infrastructures.
- Assist in the development of automation tools and processes to
proactively monitor the health of the network and respond to
- Participate in developing policies, procedures and technical
reports associated with operating and maintaining the global
- Participate in an oncall rotation as a 3rd level. Required
- Leading teams of 4+ engineers.
- Experience with team building and mentoring engineers.
- Exceptional verbal and written communication skills.
- Strong understanding of network fundamentals (e.g. TCP/IP,
Ethernet, IP Addressing/Subnetting, VLANs, etc.)
- Familiarity with service provider IGP implementations.
- Experience with backbone and edge routing policy, engineering,
and operation in a multi-transit, multi-peer environment.
- Comfortable with core backbone routers, layer 2 and layer 3
- Capable of mentoring junior-level network engineers in all
aspects of network design, operations and deployment.
- Leading a team of engineers in a global capacity.
- Working in a follow the sun model.
- Experience with Juniper MX, QFX and EX series platforms.
- Experience with ISIS
- Experience with BGP route dissemination in a global network
- Familiarity with MPLS-TE
- Familiarity with IPV6
- Experience with cluster networking/CLOS fabrics
- Experience with router firewall policies.
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respond. We sincerely appreciate the time and effort you spent in
contacting us and we thank you for your interest in PlayStation.
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