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Network Consultant

Location: Fairfax, VA Department: Consulting Services Type: Full Time Experience: Mid Level

We have an immediate need for a Network Consultant on our Consulting Services team. We're looking for someone with 2-5 years of experience as a technical consultant. The ideal candidate will have a Bachelor's degree in a related field and technical certifications, such as the CCNA and MCSA. Candidates must be willing to travel to client sites between Fairfax, VA and DC.

Primary Job Responsibilities include:

  • On-site support of various clients network infrastructure in the DC Metro Area
  • Leading assessment and conversion projects
  • Consulting on various aspects of LAN/WAN administration both on-site and remotely
  • Developing network and systems documentation as needed
  • Providing client user assistance and training as needed

General Requirements Candidates Must Have:

  • A "can do" attitude and "follow through" approach for solutions
  • Excellent customer service practices
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills with all levels of employment and technical knowledge bases
  • Prior experience either consulting or in a professional services environment
  • Ability to work individually and in team environments both internally and with clients
  • Ability to lift and carry up to 50 pounds for moving computer equipment
  • A valid driver’s license and transportation to travel amongst multiple client locations in the DC Metro Area daily
  • Favorable results on a Standard Criminal Background Check for employment

Technical Requirements:

  • Windows Server with Active Directory
  • Microsoft  Exchange and other similar products
  • Routers and routing protocols
  • Firewalls and security concepts
  • Backup software applications
  • VMware and other virtualization applications
  • SQL Server
  • Monitoring software
  • Remote support applications
  • Network Security Audits
  • Telecommunications / VoIP
  • DNS
  • Dell and HP Workstation/Server Hardware
  • Patch Management
  • Technical Helpdesk


Bachelors degree in a related field or equivalent work experience, or MCSE / CCNA or progress toward MCSE / CCNA is always a plus and preferred for many positions.

About American Technology Services:

ATS has been consistently recognized as a leader, serving clients across America and winning respectable industry awards such as the Inc. 500|5000, Talking Cloud, and MSPmentor. ATS provides end-to-end IT services, bringing together technology expertise and industry-specific solutions. Since inception in 1994, ATS has been committed to helping non-profit organizations, associations and professional services companies manage and enhance their IT operations through an array of comprehensive IT services including technology consulting, web design & development, network support, and hosting & cloud services.

ATS is a dynamic full service IT solutions firm with a strong reputation for high quality services in four key areas:

  • Network and infrastructure support
  • Web site design and development
  • Managed hosting services dynamic
  • Information technology consulting

ATS offers you:

  • A positive and collaborative work environment
  • Small entrepreneur-type company culture
  • “Big company” benefits
  • Professional growth opportunities
  • Training support and assistance programs to keep you and us up on new technologies
  • Inspirational  time for emerging technology research and development
  • Encouragement to recommend new ideas for our clients and internal processes

What employees offer ATS:

  • A positive attitude and solid work ethic
  • High-quality performance
  • Excellent customer service practices
  • Ability to work creatively and stay abreast of the latest emerging technologies
  • Ability to balance multiple projects and meet client deadlines
  • Motivation to continue learning
  • Willingness to mentor others and be mentored

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American Technology Services, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer and supports a Drug-Free Work Environment.

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