Enterprise Information Services, Inc.

  • Configuration Management Specialist II [J0012]

    Job Location US-MD-Ft. Meade
    # of Openings
    Targeted Job Start Date
  • Overview

    Enterprise Information Services, Inc. (EIS), recognized as a strong mid-tier IT Services provider in the Federal marketplace, is seeking a Configuration Management Specialist to work at DISA's Headquarters at Fort Meade, MD. The successful candidate will provide inventory management and configuration management support support.


    • Leads Inventory Management and Property Control activities
    • Provides asset inventory and asset tracking services that track the physical location and financial aspects of an asset, to include cost and depreciation, as well as contract management aspects, to include leases and maintenance agreements and service contracts
    • Updates asset databases
    • Reports and documents any changes, break/fix, and replacement actions in the global property inventory
    • Leads Configuration Management (CM) support efforts
    • Supports the Government’s process to control design changes associated with designated systems, architectures and programs
    • Provides CM Information Management Support for the full Enterprise Voice System and maintains end-to-end configuration management for the program
    • Develops a Configuration Management Plan (CMP)


    Required Qualifications: 

    • Active DoD Secret Clearance
    • Bachelor's degree in Information Systems, IT Management, or related field
    • 6+ years of experience providing IT System Configuration Management Support for federal government customers
    • Proficient in performing IT system configuration control
    • IAT/IAM Level I certified (A+, Network+, SSCP, or CCNA-Security)

    Desired Qualifications: 

    • Proven ability to provide customer satisfaction
    • Excellent team player and communications skills with experience working at customer locations

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


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