Network Transmission Analyst

Company Name:
Ebit Information Systems
We are not accepting resumes from third parties and sponsorships are not provided for this role. This position also requires the employee to be on-site.
This is a contract-to-hire opportunity.

Ebit connects IT professionals with the best career opportunities at the most sought after companies. Ebit has 30+ years of combined recruiting expertise and can help you "Get your Career in Gear".

Why work with us?
Our employees are paid weekly.
We invest in our people, because we care. Benefits are EXCELLENT, Subsidized and affordable! Healthcare (we pay 60% of the premium), dental, vision and life insurance, 12 days PTO/year, paid holidays, etc.
Find a friend, colleague, or family member with an IT background and we'll pay you $599 for each referral we hire!

Our Client Offers:

Proud winner of Best Places to Work award
In the heart of Louisville, the "Most Livable City in America".
Generous time-off policy


Our Louisville based client is seeking a Network Transmission Analyst to join their team. This individual will take part in and support production batch cycle and deliverables. They will be responsible for monitoring data file transmission services between clients and products by way of secure transmission protocols. Other duties to include:
Analyze data delivery
Patch maintenance and update software
Manage and monitor alerts and create tickets
Monitor production environments and response to console messages
Process nightly production batch cycles
Gather necessary delivery requirements to produce estimates
Work with clients and vendors to oversee new data transmissions
Analyze events, escalate using department protocols
Associates degree at a minimum, Bachelors highly desired
Advanced proficiency with Network Data Management (NDM)
Experience working with UNIX
Proficient with Connect Direct
Experience with IBM Tivoli EPM
Extremely strong experience working with security protocols such as FTPS and SFTP
Excellent communicator
Highly Desired:
Understanding of AIX commands and shell scripting
Production support experience

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