Senior Network Engineer- Secret Required with Security Clearance

The USCG TISCOM TESS program provides critical services and support to meet the demands of the USCG mission. TISCOM responsibilities include providing reliable enterprise IT services and responsive technical support for Coast Guard men and women around the globe as it develops, deploys, and supports the information technology (IT) infrastructure for the USCG Sensitive But Unclassified (SBU) (e.g., CGOne), Secret Internet Protocol Router Network (SIPRNet), and Top Secret (e.g., Joint Worldwide Intelligence Communications System JWICS , Gold) networks for land, aviation, and sea based assets. Requirements include O&M of existing systems to engineering/deployment of new capabilities. We are seeking a talented Senior Network Engineer (SATCOM). This position is for a Senior Network Engineer in Aircraft Satellite Communication (SATCOM) networking as it pertains to over the air IP connectivity including network traffic optimization over mobile limited bandwidth links. Required attributes: BS or equivalent + 5 yrs related experience, or MS + 3 yrs related experience Good understanding of aircraft satellite communications systems Solid background and understanding of Cisco equipment installation, configuration, and maintenance as it pertains to routers, switches and Wide Area Application Services (WAAS) and appliances. Experience in mitigating network security vulnerabilities. Excellent interpersonal and teamwork skills; ideal candidate will work successfully in a fast paced environment with colleagues inside and outside of the SATCOM arena to make sure all onboard systems are working in concert in both and engineering and operations setting. Experience with Microsoft Office generating technical and systems maintenance documentation. Knowledge of virtual networks and switches ? Candidate must possess a SECRET clearance. Desired attributes: Swift 64 and Swift Broadband experience Knowledge of DoD Security and Technical Implementation Guides (STIGs) Experience in working in a lab environment. #dicepost, #cjpost, #gdjobs

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