The Network Operations Center (NOC) Monitoring group serves as the central focal point for event management, coordination of fault isolation efforts, controlling and de‐conflicting Authorized Service Interruptions (ASI) and distribution of information system status messages for all DEA unclassified information systems.
Apply strong understanding of modern service provider TCP/IP data networks using standards and technologies including but not limited to: MPLS, EIGRP, OSPF, BGP4, STP, QOS, 802.1q, Telco transport systems.
In this role, the selected candidate must have experience working with IP networking, networking protocols and understanding of security related technologies including encryption, IPSec, PKI, VPNs, Firewalls, proxy services, DNS, electronic mail and access-lists (ACL).
Support services are required to verify the documentation for the current baseline and update accordingly, administer and maintain the IT infrastructure, and manage and document changes made to the baseline.
In this role, you will assist the Government to maintain and provide management and support of network communications devices, including video teleconferencing equipment, Voice over IP (VoIP) telephony, and other communications equipment.
In this role, the selected candidate will perform the day to day monitoring of security tools such as vulnerability scanners and act as an escalation point for notifications sent by hosting providers or internal teams regarding malware, vulnerabilities, indicators of compromise and other security related incident indicators.