Direct Client - Automotive
Contract Duration - 4+ months with possible extension
Location - Auburn Hills, MI
Description:Responsible for overall infrastructure design & development including high-level technical design, performance test, core framework development. Subject matter expert for the infrastructure domain Stays updated and explores the latest relevant technologies to design and implement infrastructure to support innovative new user experiences. Helps to design, develop, test and maintain internal and external facing technical solutions Work with other team members to deliver technical solutions with both client side and server side functionality Work with internal and external customers to define new features Work with vendors as required, to deliver technical solutions
ADAS Global Design Network Architect - This role will be responsible for the Network Architecture for ADAS (Autonomous Driving) program. This role will consult the chosen ADAS vendor in their network designs and assist in any design questions.
Prefer a Bachelor’s degree in Information Technology, Computer Science or related degree.
5+ years of experience as a Network Architect required.
Strong experience with Cisco ACi required.
Strong experience with Cloud (Azure/AWS) networking integration with data centers required.
Excellent communication skills required – this role will communicate with C-level/Directors, Subject Matter Experts, Developers, Engineering Management, etc.
Experience with any of the following strongly preferred:
- WAN / MPLS / Internet
- Data Center Networking
- Office Networking VLANs (connecting the ADAS VLAN to the ADAS Data-Center network)
- Network Security (Firewalls, IDS)
- Microsoft Peering / Expressroute
- VPN / IPSec Tunneling
- DNS / DHCP / IP-Address Mgmt.
Driving and Travel Requirements:
May be required to drive a company car. A valid driver’s license is required as well as a clean driving record.
May be required to travel domestically up to 0%.
Gre (Generic Routing Encapsulation) Tunneling
Multiprotocol Label Switching
Wide Area Networks