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Network Administrator (Secret)

Responsibilities:

  • Supports digital and analog local area networks, area distribution nodes, main communication nodes, premise distribution systems, power systems, network shelters, and equipment rooms/closets.
  • Responds to both urgent and routine actions within established timelines during both normal and after duty hours.
  • Performs IP network management, network performance management and network security for both wired and wireless networks.
  • Install, configure, and maintain Dense Wave Division Multiplexing (DWDM)/Synchronous Optical Network (SONET) and Gigabit Ethernet Layer 3 switches and routers.
  • Provision, manage, and maintain Gigabit Ethernet, Fiber Channel, and OC3/12/48/192 and DS1/DS3 service.
  • Support and perform preventive maintenance (PM) on un-interruptible power supplies (UPS), power distribution systems, and modular power supplies contained in switching rooms and communication shelters.

Required Experience/Qualifications

  • Minimum Education: Associates Degree in an Information Technology Field or 3 years of relevant experience.
  • Minimum Experience: 2-4 years relevant experience with Network Systems.
  • DoD 8570 Baseline Certification; IAT Level II Certified Security+ CE.
  • Strong knowledge of PC/Network communications hardware /software, in a multi-protocol environment, and network management software.
  • Experience utilizing network security and systems management (NSSM) tools (CA Spectrum, SolarWinds, Cisco Prime, General Dynamics GEM-X, Sienna Sitemanager, RTM SwitchExpert, Microsoft DHCP, Unique Cairs).

Preferred Experience/Qualifications

  • Experience supporting or assigned to the DoD and /or U. S. Army Network Enterprise Technology Command.
  • Has the communication skills to effectively interface with senior military officials, managers, and subordinates.

Special Requirements/Security Clearance

  • Security Clearance: DOD Secret

An Equal Opportunity Employer/Protected Veterans/Individuals with Disabilities

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