In a network communications center, a network communications manager is responsible for managing communication network monitoring and problem resolution. This position coordinates all CIPS work orders, notifies production centers and Government leadership of critical issues, and tracks operational reports. In addition, this position oversees the ordering process and meets grade of service objectives. He/she is also responsible for planning and policy development issues.
An ENS network communications manager is responsible for disseminating information and promoting the Network to its members. This includes the creation of publications, including print and online media, copyediting and proofreading output, and raising the Network’s profile. The role also involves working with the Director to develop new sources of funding and strategic partnerships.
The Communications Manager must have extensive experience in working with the media and successfully promoting messages, as well as advanced IT skills. In addition, they must have the ability to manage networks for advocacy purposes. They should also have a can-do approach and be able to thrive in a fast-paced, international environment. The Communications Manager will be responsible for developing creative media strategies to reach a wide audience.
ENS’s NOC Manager
The network communications manager position is a key role for the ENS. It involves disseminating information to members and stakeholders, creating and publishing ENS publications (including print, multimedia, and websites), copyediting and proofreading output, and raising the Network’s profile. The role also involves working with the ENS Director to diversify the Network’s income streams and engage new strategic partners.
The role requires extensive experience working with the media and developing and promoting advocacy messages. The ideal candidate will also have advanced IT skills and experience of managing networks for advocacy purposes. In addition, he or she must demonstrate an entrepreneurial, can-do attitude, and be able to thrive in an international environment. The Communications Manager will be responsible for helping the Director diversify the organisation’s income streams and engage new funding relationships.
ENS’s Data Communications Analyst
The Data Communications Analyst is responsible for maintaining and updating an organization’s network system. Sometimes called a computer network architect, this professional requires a thorough knowledge of network hardware and software. Some of the tasks they perform include designing and maintaining LANs and WANs, performing security testing and monitoring, and studying risks.
This position reports to the Information Technology Manager. He or she develops and maintains relationships both inside and outside the organization. They also respond to critical connectivity issues and coordinate recovery and resolution. The Information Technology Manager also participates in professional associations and practice communities to stay up to date on trends in the field.
ENS’s Disaster Recovery Analyst
A Disaster Recovery Analyst (DRA) works to ensure that the company’s computer system is functioning normally in the event of a system failure. This position usually requires two to four years of experience in a related field. The ENS’s job description outlines typical tasks of a DRA. These include planning and coordinating an in-house disaster recovery program, conducting emergency drills, and coordinating with emergency management agencies.
The Disaster Recovery Analyst (DRA) helps develop and implement technical disaster recovery plans, including detailed steps to restore operating systems, servers, databases, and applications. He or she also tests and updates existing plans to ensure that they are working properly and ensuring minimal downtime.