Network Administrator, TS/SCI

Position Summary Participate in all phases of system support. As a part of the technology and operations team, apply technological and system expertise to design, build, and maintain our data handling processes in order to provide outstanding value for our customers. Duties & Responsibilities       ESSENTIAL Provide support to IT systems including day-to-day operations, monitoring and problem resolution for all of the client/server/storage/network devices. Implementation, troubleshooting and maintenance of an Information Technology (IT) system that includes Windows Active Directory, Windows  2008/2008R2/2012 Server, Exchange 2007/2010, SMTP, Windows 7/8/10, and Microsoft Office suites within a closed environment. Provide support to IT systems including day-to-day operations, monitoring and problem resolution for all of the client/server/storage/network devices. Install, configure and maintain client and 3rd party product components. Ensure the design and development of integrated business, engineering systems, and products support the achievement of the client's business goals. Support security authorization activities in compliance with NIST 800-53/CNSSI1253 and the NIST Risk Management Framework (RMF). Respond to system failures and work with vendors to resolve issues related to hardware and software. Perform regularly scheduled hardware and software maintenance and security patches, as well as database and file system backups. Analyze and resolve product support deficiencies. Monitor and track trouble tickets and change requests to ensure high quality customer service. Mentor other Systems Administrators and help them to resolve technical issues and configuration problems. Prepare detailed systems administration plans and level of effort estimates for project deadlines; provide detailed bill of materials and cost estimates for new hardware and software or upgrades to and maintenance of existing hardware and software.       ADDITIONAL Other duties as assigned. On-call as necessary with periodic travel (<15%). Occasional local travel as required. ( 5 days per month) Non-local travel as required. ( 2 week per year) Qualifications REQUIRED Must hold a TS/SCI with Polygraph. Bachelor degree in Information Technology, Network Administration or similar technical discipline from an accredited college or university with 3-5 years of related experience. Non-degreed individuals will be expected to have 5+ years of direct experience in network administration. Security + (CISSP suitable substitute). DESIRED Experience with hardening Microsoft Windows servers and desktops in line with DISA STIGs and DoD IA policy. Experience with Vulnerability Scanning and Continuous Monitoring Tools. Experience with Microsoft Group Policy configuration and administration. Experience with Microsoft Windows Group Policies, File Security, Domain Name System (DNS), Domain and LAN administration. Experience with external Storage Systems and Backup Solutions such as BackupExec. Working knowledge of Microsoft SQL Server 2008/2014, Microsoft IIS 7, Linux. Experience with Dell, NetApp, Cisco, and VMware products. Strong organizational skills with ability to prioritize effectively. 13853
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Minimum Qualification
5 - 7 years

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