Enterprise Information Services, Inc.

WAN System Engineer

US-HI-Pearl Harbor
ID
2017-3390
# of Openings
1
Targeted Job Start Date
2/12/2018

Overview

Join a team of experienced network designers, engineers, and administrators in the challenge filled area of world-wide network operations.

Responsibilities

Position supports network administration and engineering related Tier II/III support for local and wide-area classified networks.  Support ranges from simple patching actions to configuring hardware and security solutions to perf9rming network administration functions.  Responsible for OSI Layers 1 through 4, however knowledge of systems/applications working at the higher layers will be imperative to success in this position.

Qualifications

  • Active Top Secret/SCI Security Clearance
  • Active CCNA
  • One of the following DOD8570 Directive IAT Level II Certifications:
    • GSEC
    • Security+
    • SSCP
    • CCNA Security
    • CISA
    • CISSP
    • CASP
    • GCIH
    • GCED
  • High School Diploma
  • 3 to 5 years of relevant Network Design and Administration, telecommunications, and cryptographic technologies experience with classified networks
  • Proficiency with Cisco devices routing protocols, VLANs, and subnetting.
  • Proficiency with EIGRP, BGP, SNMP, TCP/IP, OSPF, Spanning Tree, ARP, dotIQ, VLANs, VPN, GRE, IPSEC, subnetting, NAT, and ACLs.
  • Proficiency with various IP and serial encryption technologies and devices
  • Proficiency with telecommunications technologies and devices such as modems, CSU/DSU, signal extenders, muxes, optical transport, and circuitry (T1, DS3, OC-n, metro ethernet)
  • Proficiency with Cisco VOIP and Tanberg architectures
  • Proficiency in data packet and traffic analysis.
  • Proficiency in writing technical and guidance documents.
  • Supported technologies: Cisco, Juniper, Brocade, Kentrox, TACLANE, Sun/Sunfire, and Windows Clients/Servers

 

EIS is an Equal Opportunity Employer/M/F/V/Disabled.

 

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