In this role, the successful candidate will conduct network and security assessments to troubleshoot and optimize network performance and design; perform root cause analysis, and follow up to ensure the issues are addressed at the root level.
In this role, you will serve as a senior network engineer for the Directorate for Science and Technology (ST). Install, configure, and maintain client computing infrastructure, including switches, routers, and Cisco ASAs in a Special Access Program (SAP) IT environment, at a global enterprise level. Plan and conduct installations, transitions, conversions, and cut-overs of network components and capabilities.
In this role, you will prepare reports to inform and advise senior technical staff and management, as required and provide innovative solutions to complex functional problems that impact function's success.
In this role, you will be responsible for Operational support of Global production network infrastructure and inter-dependencies. The selected candidate will also be responsible for provisioning and troubleshooting LAN and WAN transport circuits.
In this role, you will utilize monitoring, performance analysis, network management, software and hardware equipment to trouble shoot and isolate problems, gauge network performance, and trace data and protocol activity.
In this position, you will direct compilation of records and reports concerning network operations and maintenance. Troubleshoots network performance issues. Analyzes network traffic and provides capacity planning solutions.
In this role, you will be responsible for security controls of the network infrastructure, accountable for ensuring controls are addressed, documented, implemented, and risk assessed. The selected candidate will maintain in-depth knowledge of center, division, and department systems, processes, utilities, and organization.
In this role, you will configure encryption devices and implement traditional tunneled encryption techniques. The selected candidate will configure other network infrastructure devices, Blade servers, and VLANs.