Enterprise Information Services, Inc.

  • Network Monitor Service Administrator - C4IT

    Job Location AF
    # of Openings
    Targeted Job Start Date
  • Overview

    Enterprise Information Services, Inc. (EIS), as the Managing Member of RS3JV, LLC, is seeking a highly motivated Network Monitor Service Administrator for our C4 IT program in Afghanistan. 


    • Provide 24/7 configuration, management, and monitoring of the various components and software used to monitor the CJOA-A network.
    • Maintain software on NIPR, SIPR, CX-I, Blackcore and MLoS systems and servers.
    • Update all systems (Fiber, microwave, SATCOM, SALVARE, FMV, SNAP) in monitoring system according to status.
    • Troubleshoot monitoring issues.
    • Coordinate with RCC-SWA, JNOSC-A Blackcore, and JNOSC-A WAN Engineering for support of monitoring systems and servers.
    • Maintain up to date system status in all monitoring tools; updates will be made within 24 hours of network changes.
    • Patch monitoring tools within seven (7) days of patch release.
    • Add new identifications for system access; updates shall be made within seven (7) days of request.
    • Provide training to users to operate the user interface of the network monitoring software as requested.


    Required Skills:

    • Minimum of one (1) year experience with monitoring and managing networks
    • Demonstrate at least one (1) year experience collectively with SolarWinds, Spectrum, SNMPc, and INMS Neuralstar.

    Desired Skills:

    • Proficient in Microsoft Office applications (e.g., Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Access, and Outlook)


    • DoD 8570.1-M compliance for IAT Level II with a relevant computing environment certificate. MCSA, CCNP, ITIL, PMP, CCNA, CCNP and virtual machine certifications are
      all considered relevant computing environment certificates.

     Clearance: Secret


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



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