Network Performance and Interoperability Engineer

Job Locations US-ID-Boise
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As a Solutions Performance Engineer you will play a vital role within the greater Cradlepoint team. Performance Engineers on this team build network topologies, configure network equipment, connected clients and software services. You will need extensive scripting and automation knowlege with AWS, networking equipment features (such as OSPF, BGP, SDWAN, DMVPN) and SaaS managed technologies preferred.


On any given week you will be collaborating with marketing, support or engineering groups to develop and/or test the performance of network solutions. You will build customer use cases, perform solutions tests and work on cross platform system integration projects. Each Engineer within the team manages their own “business unit” and is expected to work crossfuntionally to achieve their objectives. As a member of the Solutions team, you will also be expected to support your fellow Solutions Engineers with technical and administrative tasks as needed.


  • 5-8 years of technical experience in networking using Cisco and other major OEM
  • Cisco CCNA or CCNP strongly desired
  • Experience with Spirent, Keysight and other networking and LTE/5G test equipment
  • Bachelors degree or equivalent work experience
  • Experience working with Python and other languages to build automated tests and reports
  • Must be able to demonstrate confidence in networking architecture, engineering and security discussions
  • Aptitude for understanding complex and in-depth technical situations, related business challenges and be able to communicate strategies for effective solutions
  • Ability to distill complex technical concepts into understandable language for cross functional teammates



Cradlepoint is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, marital status, national origin, age, sexual orientation, handicap, disability, or any other protected class status pursuant to applicable law.


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