Network Communications Systems Analyst - State of Wisconsin - Marathon County, WI

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State of Wisconsin

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Network Communications Systems Analyst-Adv

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Full Time (40 hrs/week)
This position is in pay schedule 06-63. Starting salary is between $25.00-$29.00 hourly depending on qualifications plus excellent benefits. Pay for current state employees or those with reinstatement eligibility will be determined based on the rules of the Wisconsin Compensation Plan. A 12-month probationary period is required.
Megan Reichel, HR Specialist-Sr, 608-267-4471,
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The deadline to apply is 11:59PM on Sunday, November 29, 2020.
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Support and maintain the law enforcement communications systems for the Wisconsin State Patrol as a Network Communications Systems Analyst!

This position is headquartered out of the North Central Region – Wausau Post, providing service for the Northeast Technical Services Region. If you are interested in being notified of future vacancies in other areas of the state, we encourage you to join our mailing list here.

The Wisconsin Department of Transportation is an organization dedicated to creating transportation solutions through innovation and exceptional service. We are committed to fostering an environment rooted in Integrity, Diversity, Excellence, and Accountability. The WisDOT IDEA continues to drive us forward in our mission to provide leadership in the development and operation of a safe and efficient transportation system. We operate with integrity as we build trust and confidence in all our relationships through honesty, commitment, and the courage to do what is right in all of our efforts. We strive for diversity in creating an environment, including all people and opinions, which cultivates opportunities to bring varied perspectives to the work being done and decisions being made. We believe in leading by excellence by providing quality products and services that exceed our customers’ expectations by being professional and the best in all we do. We are committed to maintaining accountability, both individually and collectively, for the impact of our actions on resources, the people we serve, and each other.

The Department of Transportation is a great place to work! We offer amazing benefits such as a casual office atmosphere, ample vacation time, excellent health benefits, and an exceptional employee assistance program that offers a variety of programs and tools to help promote an employee’s wellness and health. For more information on the Department of Transportation, please visit our website at:

NOTE: While this position is not intended for only remote work, in an effort to keep our employees safe and healthy during the COVID-19 pandemic, as well as adhere to CDC and local government requirements, this position may, at times, be permitted or required to work remotely to meet business needs.

Position Summary: Network Communications Systems Analysts use IT and Radio Frequency knowledge and skills to support complex networks, telecommunications equipment and public safety equipment in vehicles to maintain the communication services for public safety agencies in Wisconsin, including Wisconsin State Patrol, DNR, FBI, DOJ, Capitol Police and many other county and local public safety agencies. These positions diagnose, troubleshoot and support the IT and radio frequency systems that comprise the Wisconsin Interoperable System for Communications (WISCOM) statewide. WISCOM is a statewide first responder telecommunication system that includes network devices (switches, routers, etc.), telecommunications systems, emergency power equipment and various other devices.

This position will maintain a portion of the statewide network across the region, coordinating with other technicians to integrate their region of operation into the entire network/ telecommunications system. Technicians design systems and interface equipment in the region, while assisting in the design and implementation of systems statewide. This position assists in coordinating maintenance schedules, monitoring inventory, and calibrating test and diagnostic instruments.

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities include:

  • Modern trouble-shooting techniques for electronic and communications equipment
  • Diagnosing and isolating system technical problems
  • Reading and interpreting highly complex schematic diagrams
  • Use and application of diagnostic and test equipment
  • Electronic and communications theory
  • Frequency synthesized two-way mobile radio theory
  • Semi-conductor theory and application including mosfet, microchip and integrated circuits
  • Microprocessor theory and application
  • Organizing and supervising project work
  • Printed circuit design and construction techniques
  • Direct current/alternating current theory
  • Series/parallel circuits; and digital circuits
  • Basic networking, IT, and IP experience

Special Notes: Prior to appointment to this position, candidate will be subject to a comprehensive criminal background check which will include FBI fingerprinting.

WisDOT does not sponsor work visas. Any appointments made will be contingent upon the applicant being able to provide valid status to work in the United States.

Successful applicants must have the ability to independently respond to emergency and routine maintenance and support for communications systems located in remote locations 24/7/365. This will include responding to emergencies on a 24-hour basis and work alone at night in remote locations.

Applicants must be able to independently move state owned vehicles into and out of maintenance bays on a regular basis.

Qualifications: A minimally qualified applicant will have the following experience:

  • Experience installing, configuring, and maintaining two-way radio equipment, microwave radio equipment, DC charger systems, and UPS power systems.
  • Experience installing, configuring, and maintaining public safety emergency warning equipment for a public safety fleet.

How To Apply: To apply, click “Log In” to access your existing account or to create a new account if you don’t have an account with Wisc.Jobs. Once you are logged in, click “Apply Now.” You will be asked to provide your personal information, attach a resume and insert your letter of qualifications. Applicants must submit both a resume and a letter of qualifications to be considered further.

Your letter of qualifications and resume are very important parts of your application at WisDOT and are used during our evaluation process to determine your qualifications as they relate to the job. For instructions on developing your resume and letter of qualifications for your WisDOT application and what should be included in these materials, click here.

Submitted materials will be evaluated and the most qualified applicants will be invited to participate in the next step of the hiring process for available vacancies. Questions can be directed to Megan Reichel at or 608-267-4471.

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