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.