SAIC is currently seeking Windows Systems Administrator to provide customer support to users of supported information management systems at Joint Base Lewis-McChord, Washington.
Serve as part of a support team and will be available to respond to the issues defined by INSCOM G7 FM, the 116th MI BDE and the 201st EMIB; candidates will provide support for SAN integration, configuration and Level I/II sustainment of INSCOM supported DCGS-A CI, as well as System Administration for Windows and other applications and emerging systems.
Provide support to the underlying system architecture management applications like VMWare Virtual Center, IBM Director, and other “platform” tools supporting configuration, monitoring, and documentation.
Assist in TTC and TGS integration and maintenance for Operational Ground Station (OGS) workstations.
May be required to maintain AD for SIPR/JWICS/ CXI and NSA provided service/maintenance for user accounts, and assist with Host malfunctions on applications running in the stack as necessary.
Contribute to delivery of training materials and provide training and instruction on CI/FPED architecture and applications.
Required Education and Experience:
HS/GED and 9 years of experience: OR Bachelors and five (5) years or more experience; OR Masters and three (3) years or more experience; PhD and 0 years related experience
5 years' of relevant experience
Active Top Secret/SCI clearance. (Clearance listed in JPAS.)
Current Security+, CISSP, or CASP Certification
Windows Server experience
VMWare or similar tool experience
Experience with DoD Information Assurance (IA) requirements within either the Risk Management Framework (RMF) or the DIACAP IA processes
Background and/or System Administrator experience with Distributed Common Ground Station- Army (DCGS-A), and other Army Battle Command Systems (ABCS)
Experience within the US Army INSCOM Processing, Exploitation, and Dissemination (PED) center, and/or with the Consolidated Infrastructure (CI)
Linux Server experience a plus!
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