Mission Software Engineer, Networking

 Published 7 days ago
 United States
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Anduril employs networking infrastructure to support global operations of customer sites. You'll be collaborating with other Network team members, Mission Assurance leads , and Product deployment teams which directly support the space business line and the execution of our programs. The Network Engineer will help design, build, and maintain unclassified and classified networks solutions necessary to enable the program to meet contract deliverables. You'll also be responsible for providing clear and concise documentation to assist with training remote non-network technical staff for routine task such as device configuration and basic troubleshooting. Travel is an integral part of this role, and will be based on individual Customer needs. 50% to be expected.

This role is directly tied to an ongoing, funded program within Anduril’s Space Business Line. The program requires building and fielding a resilient, software-defined, distributed mesh networking layer for critical Space Domain Awareness data. We work with mission partners and operators to deploy reliable and robust capabilities on operationally-relevant fielding timelines to meet complex challenges across the DOD and IC.


  • Own the networking solutions that are deployed to customers
  • Integrate with legacy systems to unlock 21st-century capabilities
  • Design and implement network solutions and/or improve the efficiency of current networks
  • Install, configure, and support network equipment including routers, switches, firewalls, proxy servers to ensure highly available network operations
  • Routinely audit security policies and protocols for routers, switches, and firewalls
  • Provide regular on-call support of the network.
  • Update and manage documentation of the network topology, infrastructure services, cabling diagrams, IP address allocations, IP routing/switching, etc.
  • Maximizing network performance through ongoing monitoring and troubleshooting
  • Work with the team to schedule network upgrades on operationally deployed infrastructure
  • Create and analyze metrics that are leveraged for debugging and monitoring
  • Triage issues, root cause failures, and coordinate next-steps
  • Empathize with end-users to turn needs into features while balancing user experience with engineering constraints
  • Updating network equipment to the latest firmware releases
  • Travel up to 50% of time to build, test, and deploy capabilities in CONUS and OCONUS locations


  • 5-7 years' experience designing, implementing, managing, and supporting IP networks.
  • Extensive technical knowledge of current network hardware, protocols, and Internet standards, including routers, switches (layer 2/3), firewalls, remote access, DNS, BGP, OSPF, VLAN, VRF, QoS, and VPN
  • Experience with COMSEC and HAIPE Complaint In-line type-1 network encryptors
  • Experience with vendor agnostic network switching, wireless, and routing
  • Working knowledge of DISA security STIGs and maintaining security best practices
  • Extensive application support experience with network monitoring and analysis software
  • Experience with network automation tools and processes.
  • Excellent troubleshooting experience.
  • Strong documentation and communication skills - both written and verbal
  • Ability to travel for remote deployments when required


  • Active TS/SCI security clearance
  • Active US passport and ability to travel internationally
  • Experience with US Government classified networks
  • Networking certifications (CCNP, CCIE, PCNSA, etc.)
  • Experience with Bash, Python, Nornir, Jinja, Ansible, Terraform, etc.

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