Remote Systems Management (RSM) Network Engineer
: Full TimePosition Location:
Charleston, SCPosition Summary:
The primary responsibility for the Network Engineer SME (RSM) position is to plan, design, deploy, and continue to support a mission critical project for the Military Health Systems under the Defense Health Administration. Secondary responsibilities for the position include the deployment and continued support of enterprise network infrastructure systems in the areas of Route/Switch, Security, and Load Balancing. Technologies utilized by the Network Engineer SME include: Ruckus 7750/7450/6610, Cisco Catalyst 4500/9300/ 9500, Cisco Nexus, Cisco ASR/ISR Routers, Palo Alto Firewall, IDS, IPS, F5 BIP-IP, Citrix Netscaler and Cisco ISE. The position also requires demonstrated competence in LAN/WAN technologies, BGP, OSPF, Spanning Tree, and Software Defined Networking. Last, the Network Engineer (SME) is responsible for the coordination of cross-functional teams in relation to the deployment and support of the physical/virtual network infrastructure, which includes technologies such as VMWare, Linux, Windows Server, physical Servers, and enterprise storage arrays.Roles and Responsibilities:
Examples of the administrative responsibilities for the Network Engineer (SME) include, but are not limited to the following:
Attending planning sessions to understand business and technical requirements. Recommending cost-effective, technically feasible network solutions that meet initial capacity requirements, provide long-term scalability, and anticipate future growth and performance needs. Adhering to and follow change management policies that facilitate a stable, well-documented network infrastructure that meets organizational requirements. This includes the creation, submission, review, and periodic representation of complex changes in weekly change management meetings. Documenting projects, support actions and other administrative artifacts to serve as reference material for fellow engineers and management staff. Ensuring incidents and service requests adhere to established service level agreements (SLAs). Pursing professional development opportunities through certifications, training, or conferences that enhance both technical and non-technical skillsets relevant to their role within the organization. Submitting written and verbal status reports as requested to management staff.
Technical responsibilities of the Network Engineer (SME) include the design, deployment, upgrade and support of the enterprise and facility network infrastructure. Examples of required skillsets and responsibilities include, but are not limited to, the following:
Demonstrating a solid understanding of the OSI and TCP/IP network models and provide examples. Supporting and maintaining F5 platforms with focus on LTM, ASM and SSLO modules. Demonstrating an ability to craft and understand Big-IP, F5 iRules. Supporting and maintaining Cisco AnyConnect Remote Access Platform to include certificate authentication, dynamic access policies and hostscan. Supporting and maintaining Cisco Identity Services Engine for TACACS, RADIUS and NAC. Understanding of BGP, OSPF and LISP routing technologies. Demonstrating experience as a Systems Engineer to include network design, documentation, installation, operational support, and configuration of network devices such as servers, routers, switches, workstations, associated software tools, and cabling in a LAN environment.
B.A or B.S. in a degree such as Computer Science, Information Systems or Information Technology or 7 years related experience. Minimum of 4 years of experience with F5 or Citrix platforms or minimum of 3 years of experience with Cisco ACS/ISE. Experience deploying and troubleshooting Load Balanced services (SSL Certificate Management, DNS). Experience supporting and maintaining F5 Big-IP load balancers to include set-up, maintenance, upgrades and replacement of the latest generation of F5s. Experience in custom SSL, ciphers, and LTM traffic performance optimization. Experience working with F5 Service Chain function. Intermediate knowledge of networking and systems administration; and the ability to troubleshoot problems Experience with TCPDump, Wireshark and analyzing network traffic. Knowledge and experience working with Virtual Private Networks (VPN), Intrusion Prevention Systems (IPS), and associated technologies preferred Proven skills in discussing and planning application architecture with cross-functional application, business, technical teams and third-party vendors. Should be capable of organizing, tracking and managing multiple projects and deadlines Preferred applicants will also be familiar with government information assurance standards including DISA STIGs, NIST 800-53, IAVAs management, auditing and accreditation processes Experience working in a healthcare environment.
US Citizen A strong sense of urgency including self-governance on task priority Must meet the requirements to obtain and maintain a Top DoD Secret clearance Must meet the 8570 Compliant / CCNA OS cert requirements Travel as required
Adapt Forward is a cybersecurity solutions provider for some of the nation's most valuable information systems. Leveraging advanced threat assessment technology and experience in building high-level information security infrastructure, we develop adaptive solutions uniquely tailored to our customers' business objectives to protect sensitive data against sophisticated threats in an increasingly complex security environment.Summary Of Benefits
Equal Opportunity Employment
- Comprehensive Physical Wellness Package, including Medical, dental, vision care, plus flexible spending accounts for health- and dependent-care are included in our standard benefits plan.
- 401k Retirement Plan with Matching Contribution is immediately available and vested
- Annual Training Budget to be used for conference attendance, school enrollment, certification programs, and associated travel expenses.
- Ten Federal Holidays, plus three weeks of PTO/vacation/sick leave that accrues at a rate of ten hours per month.
- Employee Assistance Program: Counseling/legal assistance and other employee well-being programs are also offered.
Adapt Forward is an equal opportunity employer that values diversity in the workplace and does not discriminate or allow discrimination on the basis of race, religion, age, gender, sexuality, national origin, citizenship, disability, veteran status or any other classification protected by federal, state, or local law. Adapt Forward promotes affirmative action for minorities, women, disabled persons, and veterans.
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