Next Step Systems
Network Engineer with Full Scope Poly from NSA, Washington DC
– Provide help in all aspects of network management from network design through implementation, maintenance, and upgrading of existing networks.
– Analyze design, specifications, and related documents.
Implement communication system requirements to support the distributed functionality of a software engineering environment.
– Analyze network characteristics (e.g., traffic connect time, transmission speeds, packet sizes and throughput), troubleshoot problems and ·recommend ·procurement of and/or modifications to network components.
– Design solutions, integrate, configure, deploy, test and provide support for numerous types of network devices, interfaces and methodologies.
– Optimize end-to-end system performance and dataflow management.
– Configure and optimize the network to connect various front-end and back-end components.
– Coordinate with the system engineering and dataflow efforts to ensure proper mission operations with minimal down time.
– Facilitate the implementation of high-speed, scalable, fault-tolerant network topologies as applicable to WAN and LAN design.
– Implement specific network solutions to support server requirements to include load-balancing, VPN’s, firewall contexts, and network address translation (NAT) where appropriate.
– Minimize network latency and maximize data throughput through design analysis and network performance monitoring tools.
– Manage assigned tasks and provide guidance to junior Network Engineers.
– Validate new and existing dataflow and data fom1ats.
– Coordinate with appropriate dataflow organizations and end-customer recipients, follow-on data repositories and tasking organizations and understand potential adverse impacts on system wide dataflow.
– Design, integrate, test and deploy RF communications solutions.
– Work with System Engineers and cross organizational teams to define requirements.
– Resolve complex network problems.
– Design, implement, and evaluate security systems.
– Contribute to security planning, assessment, risk analysis, and risk management.
– Recommend corporate solutions to resolve security requirements.
– 12 years of experience in programs and contracts of similar scope, type, and complexity is required.
– Bachelor’s degree in engineering or equivalent computer related degree from an accredited college or university is required.
– 4 years of additional network engineering experience may be substituted for a bachelor’s degree.
– 5 years of experience with the following Network Tools: What’s Up Gold and NetFlow.
– 3 years of experience with DCID 6/3 and/or Intelligence Community Directive 503,” Intelligence Community Information Technology Systems Security Risk Management, Certification and Accreditation”, dated 15 September 2008.
– 3 years of experience creating firewall rule sets from analysis of network traffic.
– 3 years of experience with component validation of security devices.
– 3 years of experience integrating boundary solutions into customer networks.
– 3 years of experience configuring switches, routers, and firewalls.
– Experience with Computer Network Protection utilizing Layer 2 to Layer 7 Operations.
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