In support of our Marine Corps client's mission to operate and defend the Marine Corps Enterprise Network (MCEN), the candidate will use their enterprise engineering experience to design, document and support the DIACAP process for enterprise applications and services in support of the S5, Engineering Branch.
The Engineering Branch supports MCNOSC capabilities-based planning efforts through an effective system design process and developing the long term direction of enterprise IT services for the Marine Corps. The Engineering Branch consists of four sections, Network Engineering, Systems Engineering, Enterprise Management Engineering, and Architecture. The Architecture section is planned to segment out into its own Branch during the period of performance of this task order.
The S5 Engineering Branch serves as the primary representative for technical expertise to HQMC/C4 supporting many Department of Defense level issues focusing on enterprise services and architectures. The S5 Engineering Branch is responsible for analyzing, planning, designing, documenting, assessing, and managing the Marine Corps’ enterprise structural framework to align IT systems with the mission, goals, and business processes of the organization on the Global Information Grid (GIG). The GIG supports warfighting domains and business domains through an enterprise infrastructure consisting of common computing capabilities and information technology (IT) services.
The candidate will be responsible to perform the following tasks:
Services for planning
Project management, design, test and evaluation, development, installation, operations, and maintenance of multidiscipline systems used throughout the Marine Corps for monitoring and remotely managing the MCEN.
Be capable of leading engineering efforts for capacity, configuration, and availability management of enterprise services. The systems engineered within this Section shall tie into and align with the GIG strategy.
The candidate may be responsible for creating documents such as:
System certification and accreditation documentation
Installation and operating procedures
Bachelor’s degree in Information Systems Technology or related discipline and 9 Yrs experience in project related fields.
Certification from recognized vendors may be utilized for qualification if the candidate doesn't have a degree.
DoD 8570 certification is required at the IAT III designation (CISSP and a Computing Environment Certification are required).
8570 IAT III with IASAE III level certificatio
ITIL v3 Foundations certification (within 3 months)
A Professional Level Certification in any industry leading network technology. (CCNP, JNCIP, FCNSP, etc)
Cisco IOS XE
Cisco ASR 1004 and 1006
Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM)
Have experience maintaining, operating, and defending a complex global network environment.
Analyze, design, test, install, document, and implement solutions in support of global converged network technologies.
Have experience configuring, installing, monitoring, upgrading and maintaining information assurance equipment architectures and the networks that are protected by them.
Have an understanding of firewall architectures and how they impact the services passing through them.
Experience resolving operational issues involving routers, switches, VPNs, and firewalls in an enterprise environment.
Have an understanding of MPLS and its associated architectures.
Have expert level networking and design experience.
Have expert level routing and switching experience in a large enterprise, with experience in BGP, OSPF, EIGRP, Cisco IOS CATOS and VLAN.
Experience with VPN architectures:
Experience in the DITSCAP/DIACAP Process.
Must have proficiency with Microsoft Project and Microsoft PowerPoint, MS Visio and have strong oral and written communication skills, as well as the ability to research, develop and prepare supporting documentation (spreadsheets, white papers, engineering diagrams) in a clear and concise format.
Must maintain a Secret security Clearance.
Have an understanding of emerging technologies such as IPv6.
Creating VPNs on routers, firewalls, and bulk encryption devices.
Troubleshooting IP Sec, GRE and SSL VPNs.
A firm understanding of the ITIL V3 foundation.
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