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System Administrator - TS/SCI Required

System Engineer – Level 4
TS/SCI Required

Responsible for managing very complex and/or high risk programs, and shall not serve in any other capability. Supervise assigned technical staff, including subordinate managers. Establish state-of-the-art techniques for designing, developing, modifying and troubleshooting highly complex computer operating hardware system. Design operating/hardware systems; formulate system concepts and architecture, specific requirements, and develop implementation approaches. Identify and direct resolution of complex hardware/software interface issues; subject matter expert on emerging technologies; direct the development of systems specifications and technical documentation. Provide technical direction for the development, engineering, interfacing, integration, and testing of all components of complex hardware/software systems to include requirements elicitation,  analysis and functional allocation, conducting systems requirements reviews, developing concepts of operation and interface standards, developing system architectures, and performing technical/non-technical assessment and management as well as end-to-end flow analysis. Conduct and/or approve end-to-end system trade analyses to optimize system operations over its life-cycle through the proper balance of non-functional system performance areas.

Technical Skill Set - System Administrator:

Mid-level system administrator with 7-10yrs experience and a minimum of an Associate degree in related field. Applicant will be responsible for, but not limited to the following tasks:

•    Maintain Microsoft SQL servers for Database developers.
•    Monitor and report on servers’ performance and functionality.
•    Ensure Servers are in compliance with customers’ security requirements.  Must remediate known vulnerabilities.
•    Establish and maintain secure connections between domains for data transfer.

The following are the minimum knowledge and skills required:

  • Strong experience with Red Hat Linux/CentOS administration, patching, hardening, configuring
  • Strong experience with Windows Server administration, patching, hardening, configuring
  • Database experience (PostgreSQL & Microsoft SQL)
  • Familiarity with ICD 503 and DISA STIGs
  • PowerShell and Linux shell (bash, csh) scripting experience
  • Apache and IIS web server experience
  • Must have strong troubleshooting skills
  • Must have current/valid Security+ (or higher) certification (not the lifetime one that is grandfathered in; copy of cert must accompany application)
  • The following are preferred (value added), but not required:
  • Other programming/scripting (Perl, Python, etc.) languages
  • AWS experience
  • Nagios experience

IDIQ Requirements for System Engineer Level 4:

 

  • 7-10yrs experience

  • Minimum an Associates degree

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