ACAS / HBSS Administrator (Opening in San Diego, CA)

REQ# GDI_19_027: Will install, configure, and perform security scans using ACAS for physical and virtual servers including IAVA, STIG, and applying patches. Will install, configure, and test HBSS software for production and test environments. Will ensure environment and applications are STIG compliant. Will conduct routine maintenance operations on existing hardware and software and apply required patches. Create/maintain SOPs documenting the patching processes, ACAS scanning, etc. Generate and review ACAS scans including STIG related findings, upload results to program dashboard. Provide input to IAO for mitigation POA&Ms and C&A Plans (as necessary). Candidate will have privileged access and must meet minimum Cybersecurity Workforce (CSWF) IAT Level II certifications (Security+ CE, Linux+, and/or Windows Server operating system certifications). Candidate must be a US citizen and have a TS clearance with SCI eligibility.

Technical Writer (Opening in San Diego, CA)

REQ#: GDI_19_025: Minimum 1-3 years’ experience to include writing/editing technical documentation, procedures, and guidelines for C4I systems or equipment. Bachelor’s degree is required. The candidate will work across engineering and acquisition teams to collect, review, and edit technical information to produce the complete technical documentation for review and staffing. This includes developing, editing, and manipulating technical and engineering drawings. Will develop documentation according to templates and prescribed formats. May contribute to editing and building of new documentation templates as required. Will support workflow and staffing of documents to ensure documentation comments are adjudicated, consistency of documentation and final product. The candidate may also be asked to support scheduling meetings, taking minutes, tracking action items, and consolidating brief inputs from various stakeholders. Candidate must be a US citizen and have an active SECRET clearance at a minimum.


Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer (MCSE) (Opening in San Diego, CA)

REQ# GDI_19_024: Minimum 5 years' total experience with C4I systems with troubleshooting and maintenance of pre-production and production baseline Windows operating environments and Active Directory/Exchange. Primary responsibilities design, testing, implementing security compliance mitigations, and producing documentation deliverables. Candidate must have experience, detailed knowledge, and understanding with Microsoft technologies including, Active Directory, Exchange, Group Policy, desktop deployment, VMWare desktop and server virtualization, server hardware, and TCP/IP networking, and Windows 2012 Server or later. Will ensure all systems are STIG compliant. Will manage enterprise domain controllers and exchange administration including building from ground up. May assist in documentation or design of future requirements. Candidate will have privileged access and must meet Information Assurance Technician (IAT) Level II requirements (e.g., Security+ and MCSA or MCSE Certifications). Candidate must be a US citizen, and must have an active SECRET Clearance. TS/SCI Desired. Bachelor’s Degree desired.

Security Analyst / AFSO (Opening in San Diego, CA)

REQ# GDI_19_023: Requirements: Minimum Bachelor’s degree in a related field, Project Management Professional (PMP) certification, and 5 years of IT/C4I experience for the U.S. Navy or DoD. Candidate will provide security classification analysis to update, develop, and document policies based on Information Security (INFOSEC) requirements for government and corporate processes. Will assess changes in existing policies and INFOSEC requirements document risk of changes for implementing new security and INFOSEC policies. Will develop system security classification guides. Must be knowledgeable of all ICD's, DCID's and DoD regulations for security management and INFOSEC. Will collaborate with project engineers and stakeholders and facilitate meetings, capture minutes and maintain action item tracking list. Will also serve as Assistant Facility Security Officer (AFSO) and provide security management for policies, procedures, and clearances of staff. Candidate must be a US citizen and have a minimum SECRET.

Virtualization Engineer (Openings in San Diego, CA)

REQ# GDI_19_020: Minimum 8 years' total experience with C4I systems with specific focus with focus on VMware solutions, cloud architectures, and virtualization. Will migrate existing Microsoft Hyper-V Virtual Machines to VMware spanning multiple enclaves and operating environments. Strong understanding of virtualization configurations and troubleshooting of existing networks. May assist in documentation or design of future requirements. Candidate will have privileged access and must meet Information Assurance Technician (IAT) Level II requirements. Candidate must be a US citizen, and have ability to obtain/maintain TS/SCI clearance.

Intermediate Network Controller / Operator (Openings at Hill AFB, UT and Scott AFB, IL)

REQ# GDI_19_004 and 006: Requires a minimum of 5 years’ experience with transport/networking technologies. Ideal candidate is a prior US military network administrator with IP and legacy transport and satellite controller experience. Serves as technical specialist responsible for the monitoring, operating and managing, troubleshooting, and restoring to service any of the components comprising the DoD Information Network (DoDIN) and associated IP networks. Include data/voice communications equipment, routers, crypto devices (KG-340, KG-175A/D/G, KIV-7, KIV-19), routing, network appliances (e.g., CSU, DSU, etc.). Performs pro-active monitoring of network elements alarms and alerts to identify those components/elements that may lead to or already are causing network degradation or failure. Accomplishes this through use of network management system(s) and associated assets on a continuous (rotating shifts) basis. Performs fault isolation, diagnostic, and assessment functions to include determination and execution of corrective action(s) on real-time basis. Interfaces with functional users as well as remote operations centers in both routine and reactive monitoring situations. Rotating shift work to include nights and weekend duty is required. Candidate must meet minimum DoD Cybersecurity Workforce IAT Level II certification (CompTIA Security+ CE, CCNA Security, or equivalent). Candidate must be a US citizen and have an active SECRET clearance minimum.

Lead Network Controller / Operator (Opening at Scott AFB, IL)

REQ# GDI_19_007: Requires a minimum of 10 years’ experience with transport/networking technologies. Ideal candidate is a prior US military network administrator with IP and legacy transport and satellite controller experience. Serves as technical specialist responsible for the monitoring, operating and managing, troubleshooting, and restoring to service any of the components comprising the DoD Information Network (DoDIN) and associated IP networks. Include data/voice communications equipment, routers, crypto devices (KG-340, KG-175A/D/G, KIV-7, KIV-19), routing, network appliances (e.g., CSU, DSU, etc.). Performs pro-active monitoring of network elements alarms and alerts to identify those components/elements that may lead to or already are causing network degradation or failure. Accomplishes this through use of network management system(s) and associated assets on a continuous (rotating shifts) basis. Performs fault isolation, diagnostic, and assessment functions to include determination and execution of corrective action(s) on real-time basis. Interfaces with functional users as well as remote operations centers in both routine and reactive monitoring situations. Rotating shift work to include nights and weekend duty is required. Candidate must meet minimum DoD Cybersecurity Workforce IAT Level II certification (CompTIA Security+ CE, CCNA Security, or equivalent). Candidate must be a US citizen and have an active SECRET clearance minimum.

Associate Network Controller / Operator (Openings at Hill AFB, UT and Scott AFB, IL)

REQ# GDI_19_003 and 005: Requires a minimum of 3 years’ experience with transport/networking technologies. Ideal candidate is a prior US military network administrator with IP and legacy transport and satellite controller experience. Serves as technical specialist responsible for the monitoring, operating and managing, troubleshooting, and restoring to service any of the components comprising the DoD Information Network (DoDIN) and associated IP networks. Include data/voice communications equipment, routers, crypto devices (KG-340, KG-175A/D/G, KIV-7, KIV-19), routing, network appliances (e.g., CSU, DSU, etc.). Performs pro-active monitoring of network elements alarms and alerts to identify those components/elements that may lead to or already are causing network degradation or failure. Accomplishes this through use of network management system(s) and associated assets on a continuous (rotating shifts) basis. Performs fault isolation, diagnostic, and assessment functions to include determination and execution of corrective action(s) on real-time basis. Interfaces with functional users as well as remote operations centers in both routine and reactive monitoring situations. Rotating shift work to include nights and weekend duty is required. Candidate must meet minimum DoD Cybersecurity Workforce IAT Level II certification (CompTIA Security+ CE, CCNA Security, or equivalent). Candidate must be a US citizen and have an active SECRET clearance minimum.

Sr. Systems Administrator (Opening in Panama City, FL)

REQ# GDI_18_014: Must have a minimum AA/AS degree in IT or related technical field degree and at least ten (10) years’ experience in system administration (e.g., Windows or Linux operating systems) and help desk support. Must have knowledge of deployed tactical communication systems and joint networks. Will provide remote help desk support via telephone or remote administration to technicians in the field. Will manage and update trouble ticket database. Must have the ability to resolve trouble tickets without escalation. Must be self-motivated with attitude for continuous learning and current knowledge of new technology. Familiarity with the OSI model and leveraging knowledge to translate in to troubleshooting concepts. Ability to work with other teams to troubleshoot and resolve layered issues. Additional related duties may be assigned. Candidate will have privileged system access and must meet minimum DoD Cybersecurity Workforce IAT Level II certification (Security+ CE or equivalent plus an operating systems certificate (e.g., Linux+, CCNA/CCNP, and or Windows Server certifications)). Candidate must be a US citizen and have a TS clearance with SCI eligibility.

Systems Administrator (Opening in Panama City, FL)

REQ# GDI_18_013: Must have a minimum AA/AS degree in IT or related technical field degree and at least three (3) years’ experience in system administration (e.g., Windows or Linux operating systems) and help desk support. Must have knowledge of deployed tactical communication systems and joint networks. Will provide remote help desk support via telephone or remote administration to technicians in the field. Will manage and update trouble ticket database. Must have the ability to resolve trouble tickets without escalation. Must be self-motivated with attitude for continuous learning and current knowledge of new technology. Familiarity with the OSI model and leveraging knowledge to translate in to troubleshooting concepts. Ability to work with other teams to troubleshoot and resolve layered issues. Additional related duties may be assigned. Candidate will have privileged system access and must meet minimum DoD Cybersecurity Workforce IAT Level II certification (Security+ CE or equivalent plus an operating systems certificate (e.g., Linux+, CCNA/CCNP, and or Windows Server certifications)). Candidate must be a US citizen and have a SECRET clearance.