Network Administrator (Top Secret Clearance)

Location: Offutt AFB, Nebraska
Date Posted: 11-29-2018
About Seneca Resources:
Seneca Resources is client driven provider of strategic Information Technology consulting services and Workforce Solutions to government and industry.  Seneca Resources is a leading IT services provider with offices in Reston and Richmond, Virginia and Birmingham, Alabama that service clients throughout the United States.  The key to our success lies within our strong corporate culture which drives our business.  We challenge our staff through engaging work, and we reward our staff through competitive compensation, extensive professional training, and excellent opportunities for career advancement.  In turn, we look for only the best and brightest to join our team.
We are an Equal Opportunity Employer and value the benefits of diversity in our workplace.
 

Position Title:  Network Administrator
Location:  Offutt Air Force Base, Nebraska
Employment Type: Full Time
Compensation: Extremely Competitive
Requirements: Top Secret Clearance, Security+, CCNA




 
Responsibilities:
The Network Administrator (Mid) will be familiar with Information Technology (IT) concepts, practices and procedures and work with customer counterparts to share responsibility for operations, configuration, and maintenance of voice, video, and data transport and associated routers, switches, voice systems, voice-over-IP, video bridges, information transfer nodes, and communications closet wiring.  Additionally, the Network Administrator will maintain network encryption devices; perform internal network management, monitoring, fault notification and management; DNS/DHCP administration; install and administer wireless network devices.  More specific areas of support are identified below:
  • Local Area Network (LAN), Wide Area Network (WAN) Infrastructure
    • Upgrade, integrate, install, configure, test, maintain, dismantle and turn in data and video communication networks—both hardware and software. Required communication capability includes the understanding of the interconnectivity of wireless, fiber optics, coaxial and copper (twisted pair) broadband and baseband.
    • Follow applicable environmental energy efficiency guidelines when purchasing new hardware or electronic equipment.
  • Network Infrastructure Support – Provide network infrastructure support (technical control) including, but not limited to:
    • Point-to-point installs and maintenance.
    • Long-haul circuit management and operations.
    • Loading circuit encryption equipment.
    • Infrastructure network equipment.
    • Installation, repair and management of network infrastructure.
  • Net Integration
    • Operate, maintain and configure voice, data and video routers, hubs, switches, ITNs and bridges to interface with commercial, DoD and coalition networks.
    • Control and configures internal routers/switches and network infrastructure devices.
  • Net Encryption
    • Operate and configure point-to-point, VPN and bulk encryption for network and long haul circuits.
    • Provide encryption to the base campus SIPRNet connectivity, i.e., TACLANEs.
  • Net Architecture/Configuration Management
    • Maintain and administer network (voice, video and data) management, planning and circuit databases, records and forms.
    • Interpret sketches and layout drawings for placement of distribution systems.
    • Review, recommend and implement changes to Communications-Computer Systems Installations Records (CSIR), technical data, engineering drawings and equipment wiring diagrams.
    • Review and maintains operational measurement reports and analyzes network utilization.
    • Ensure equipment and components meet installation practice technical order and accepted commercial installation specifications.
    • Perform active network monitoring.
  • Communications-Computer Systems Control (Tech Control)
    • Operate, monitor, secure and control the physical, data link, network and transport layers of Communications-Computer Systems (C-CS).
    • Perform, coordinate and supervise design, configuration, operation, restoration and improvements.
    • Analyze capabilities and performance, identify problems, take corrective action, operate cryptographic equipment and fabricates cable assemblies.
    • Perform C-CS control facility quality assurance evaluations.
    • Direct and make operational adjustments to C-CS equipment.
    • Ensure links support the transmission of data, for example; electronic mail, voice and video, between these organizations.
    • Maintain and monitor all aspects of the LAN.
    • Assume operational control of the wireless network and provide network service and maintenance.
    • Circuit Management
      • Perform Circuit Control Office (CCO) duties.
      • Submit Feeder Requests For Service (FRFS) and Web Orders (WOs).
      • Prepare and submit completion reports (delayed service, exception, ready for use or in-effect report) within 72 hours of the service date as contained on the Telecommunications Service Request (TSR), Telecommunications Service Order (TSO) or Status of Acquisition Message (SAM).
      • Maintain paper or automated circuit history folders for all active circuits, trunks and equipment.
      • Follow applicable environmental guidelines when disposing of hardware or electronic equipment.
      • Follow applicable environmental guidelines when disposing of hardware or electronic equipment.
      • Obtain approval using authorized outage requests prior to a scheduled service interruption and inform the government point of contact when service has been restored.
      • Coordinate with all servicing communications facilities to include end point locations and Defense Red Switch Network Operations Center (DRSNOC) for circuit restoration and fault isolation.
      • Follow applicable environmental energy efficiency guidelines when purchasing new hardware or electronic equipment.
Job Requirements
Qualifications:
  • An active DoD Top Secret Clearance is required.
  • The successful candidate must meet eligibility requirements to access sensitive information, which requires US citizenship.
  • Minimum IAT Level II certification in accordance with DoD 8570.01-M (i.e. – Sec+ CE [CCNA]).
  • CCNA certification (or higher) required.
  • Associate’s Degree (preferred) in a related field or the equivalent combination of related education, professional training or work experience (4 years).
  • 4+ years of experience in Network Administration (preferably in Air Force environment).
  • Knowledge of common base-level (Air Force) communication and IT systems desired.
  • Familiarity with Air Force Instructions (17 and 33 series) desired.
  • Ability to work well with others.
  • Good communication skills.
  • Self-starter – minimal supervision required.
  • Good organizational skills.
  • Proficient in MS Office tools.

 
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