Title: Senior Network Engineer
Location: South Korea
Required Qualifications and Education:
Compliance with Department of Defense (DoD) Directive 8570.01 “Information Assurance Training, Certification, and Workforce Management” is required. Information Assurance Manager (IAM) Level III or equivalent certification, per DoD 8570.01-M, "Information Assurance Workforce Improvement Program" (most recent version) is required.
EXPERIENCE: The Senior Network Engineer for the Pacific region must have a clear understanding of TCP/IP, XDM, HTTP, SHTTP, SMTP, SNMP, DNS, DHCP, Berkeley Internet Name Domain (BIND), EIGRP, BGP, OSPF, Point to Point Protocol (PPP), High-Level Data Link Control (HDLC), V.35, RS-449 and knowledge of the 803.2, 802.3, 802.5, 802.10, 802.11, 802.3u and 802.3z communications and Internet standards is required. Additionally, the candidate must demonstrate knowledge of synchronous and asynchronous communications, Ethernet, Fast Ethernet, Gigabit Ethernet, FDDI, ATM, ISDN, microwave and satellite communications. Experience with various Optical Time Domain Reflectometer (OTDR), cable testers, network sniffers and EIA/TIA cable standards and specifications is also required.
Possess experience in routed, switched and shared LAN environments that operate such items as Microsoft Windows NT/2000/2003/XP/Active Directory, UNIX and OpenVMS and employ routers, switches, and terminal servers as well as various local and long-haul ISDN, T1, T3, satellite and ATM WAN connectivity that employs Codex and PairGain CSU/DSUs.
EDUCATION (One of the following three (3) options is required):
• Bachelor’s degree in computer sciences, engineering, or related technical discipline, and five (5) years of directly related experience
• Successful completion of a certification program at a technical or vocational school, and ten (10) .years of directly related, progressively complex experience
• Comparable Department of Defense technical training , and ten (10) years of directly related, progressively complex experience
Any degree or non-Department of Defense certification must be from a college, university, technical or vocational school that has obtained accreditation by a regionally or nationally recognized accrediting agency (e.g. North Central Association of Colleges and Schools - The Higher Learning Commission; Southern Association of Colleges and Schools - Commission on Colleges; Middle States Commission on Higher Education, etc.).
OTHER SKILLS: Experience with DoD Health Care Information Systems is required. Experience and skills shall include a range of assignments in technical tasks directly related to the proposed area of responsibility. Expertise in Windows networks, Cisco Systems, and HP Openview. Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer (MCSE) is desired; Cisco Certified Network Professional (CCNP) and Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) is required.
BACKGROUND: An Automated Data Processing (ADP) sensitivity Level I determination and a “SECRET” security level designation is required for this position.
VERBAL & WRITTEN COMMUNICATION SKILLS: Must be able to communicate effectively with a broad audience to include Government officials, medical professionals and highly specialized technical personnel.
Applicants selected must be U.S. Citizens and will be subject to a government security clearance investigation and must meet eligibility requirements for access to classified information.
Principal Duties and Responsibilities:
The Senior Network Engineer for the Pacific region supports the medical mission of the DoD and ensures that the highly complex and technical requirements related to the infrastructure are addressed. The Senior Network Engineer is a key personnel, and identifies and resolves larger, more complex LAN/WAN network problems and issues, researches network-level problems using network management tools and is responsible for providing high-level installation, configuration, management and troubleshooting of LAN/WAN communication equipment for networked facilities.
Serves as the regional point of contact for network issues, configuration management and communications interconnection, addressing, and multi-protocol routing and network management.
Advises and consults with government staff, agencies and Contractor representatives involved with LAN/WAN design, network implementation and network management to ensure the LAN/WAN adequately supports the MHS mission and provides optimal performance. Interfaces with and leads Network Specialists and internal or external organizations to resolve LAN/WAN issues.
The Senior Network Engineer for the Pacific region is required to resolve technical issues associated with network and routing protocols at all levels of the OSI model through the use of diagnostics and network administration tools such as Hewlett Packard (HP) OpenView, Cisco Works and Tivoli. An understanding of Management Information Blocks (MIB) and MRTG to measure, plan and execute methodologies to ensure high performance levels and minimum downtime.
Responsible for the increasing levels of LAN/WAN security in maintaining the LAN – WAN barrier systems responsible for preventing unauthorized access to MTF systems. In order to meet these requirements, the Senior Network Engineer must be capable of establishing and configuring network firewalls, VPN devices and IDSs.
Provides recommendations to personnel in the field by making either a change to network level operations or an enhancement to the network (tuning or upgrade). Studies vendor products to determine which components and configurations best meet the requirements of DoD and MTFs in the Pacific region. Establishes and implements LAN/WAN procedures and standards to ensure compliance with DoD and Pacific Regional Command objectives and policies. Communicates with key customers on the status of all network support requests.
Beyond network design and implementation, the engineer continuously evaluates and resolves complex technical issues associated with network and routing protocols at all levels of the Open Systems Interconnection (OSI) model through the use of diagnostics and network administration tools. Provides proactive input on policies and issues related to standardization as well as develop and write policies and procedures that identify best practice solutions necessary for operations in support of the LAN/WAN. Defines and establishes minimum standards related to LAN/WAN access and its impact on overall network operations. Leads/participates on other projects and support as the need arises.
• Installs, configures, updates, and maintains network devices for a DOD standard in a large-complex environment.
• Manage network layer routing protocols such as OSPF, EIGRP, and BGP in a large-complex environment with multiple WAN connection.
• Monitor networking equipment and maintain activity logs via Syslog tools or similar tool
• Document systems and network infrastructure in various written formats (VISIO, MS Project, Word, etc.)
• Familiarity with DoD Security Technical Implementation Guide and Network Certification and Accreditation
• Implements complex hardware deployments, software upgrades, and significant projects.
• Performs Tier II-III problem management, isolation, and resolution.
• Monitors system capacity (CPU, memory, ports, disk space, etc.) and takes appropriate action to report and correct any issues.
• Reviews and analyzes daily reports and prepares periodic reports for network status and baseline performance; researches, identifies, and analyzes trends of utilization and errors.
• Ensures corresponding documentation is accurate and maintained.
• Conducts gap analyses as needed, and provides results and recommendations to management for review.
Job Description: Pending contract award, IntelliDyne, LLC is seeking Senior Network Engineer to work on the client site in Seoul, Korea. The qualified candidate will assist us to facilitate the mission and meet requirements; the Senior Network Engineer will provide support on our network configuration and infrastructure consolidation and optimization.
The Senior Network Engineer supports the medical mission of the DoD and ensures that the highly complex and technical requirements related to the infrastructure are addressed. The Senior Network Engineer is a key personnel, and identifies and resolves larger, more complex LAN/WAN network problems and issues, researches network-level problems using network management tools and is responsible for providing high-level installation, configuration, management and troubleshooting of LAN/WAN communication equipment for networked facilities. Serves as the Pacific Region OCONUS point of contact for network issues, configuration management and communications interconnection, addressing, and multi-protocol routing and network management.
IntelliDyne is an Equal Opportunity Employer.