Network Engineer (Opening in Charleston, SC)

REQ# GDI_19_019: Position requires a minimum of 6 years' experience (12 without degree) as a network engineer with a proven track record in performance optimization and troubleshooting of routing & switching devices in Windows/Linux environments. Possess the skills to quickly adapt to any environment during any point of the project lifecycle and be able to provide efficient response to task deadlines and timely resolution of system complications. Must possess excellent organizational and analytical skills with in-depth of knowledge of network architecture. Possesses the ability to communicate technical knowledge and direction through briefs, requirements specifications, system design descriptions, test plans and reports, SOVTs, implementation plans and other documentation as well as participate in technical reviews of these deliverables. Possesses the ability to troubleshoot fielded systems, test new systems/configurations in a lab environment, and actively participate in technical meetings. Possesses the ability to design and implement network platform solutions on an enterprise scale to include planning, designing, installation, configuration, and integration of systems and networks within an enterprise environment Possesses the knowledge and ability to ensure systems are in compliance with DISA STIGs. Possesses the ability to work well, integrate, coordinate, and knowledge share with the team. Possesses ability to provide recommendations to facilitate enhancements of existing technology through the use of the Enterprise Change Request (ECR) process. Position will draw from experience in Systems Development Life-Cycle Management (i.e. plan, analyze, design, implement, and maintain). Candidate will have privileged access and must meet DoD Cybersecurity Workforce IAT Level II certification requirements. Must have CompTIA Security+ certification and be a CCNA at a minimum. CCNP/CCNE desired. Candidate must be a US citizen and have a TS clearance with SCI eligibility (Current SSBI).