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NMCI Network Engineer/Network Specialist
Ref No.: 18-05240
Location: Patuxent River, Maryland
Segment:Federal
JOB OPENING TYPE:SONJ- New Request

Position: NMCI Network Engineer/Network Specialist
Location: Patuxent River, MD

Required Skills:
  • in-depth knowledge needed in the following areas -IP Networking, IP addresses, Access Control Layer implementation (ACL), various desktop operating systems (Windows7/10), DNS, DHCP, 802.11 wireless protocols, and routing thru boundary devices.
  • · Maintain Security Plus CE, & Operating system (MCP, Unix OS) to meet Certification requirements for 8570 qualifications.
  • Knowledge of IA controls & responses (STIGs, VRAM reporting, etc.) where technical input may be required to meet or adjut to IA rule sets.
  • Ability to act as Technical POC representing NAVAIR\NAWCAD programs, system owners, PAXR Datacenter, eDMZ while interfacing with NAO, PMW-205, other Navy commands, and DOD entities;
  • Review & submit Boundary Change request forms for systems coming into the data center hosting facility. As well as BCRs for systems & programs that have communications requirements changes that would need to cross external boundaries controlled by the NOC.
  • Review & approve CLIN27 & CLIN6 orders for accuracy before the ACTR team submits the orders for programs with new and ongoing requirements.
  • Represent the Chief technologist at CRM ICA (Initial Customer Assessment) meetings to review how new technical solutions which programs are seeking to implement would fit into the DOD NMCI environment. As well as how Data Center systems would communicate with other systems they are required to interface with.
  • Submit white list request to DISA for allowances thru the DISA perimeter white list device.
  • Evaluate and test different emerging technologies from n advanced user perspective for compatibility with enterprise level functionality and security.
  • Stay appraised of enterprise level rule set changes in respect to program requirements that may need new solutions to meet changing rule sets. Specifically, boundary allowance rule changes that would render some current solution inoperable.