Design, implement, and administer enclaves supporting penetration testers and implement computer security, military system specifications, and DoD Cyber security in accordance with Fleet Network Operating Center and GIG security architecture policies.
Assist in the execution of acquisition strategies, including drafting Statement of Work, Statement of Objectives, Request for Proposal preparations, monitoring deliverables, and attending acquisition related meetings.
Design, develop, and test the manufacturing and installation of electrical equipment, facilities instruments, components, systems for commercial, industrial, military, or scientific use. Applies principles and techniques of electrical engineering.
We believe that technology is essential for driving human progress, and were committed to providing that technology to people and organizations everywhere, so they can transform the way they work and live.
The Cloud/Virtualization Operations Engineer will perform enterprise wide operations activities (such as design reviews, impact assessments, environment updates, etc.) associated with changes/updates as well as project implementation activities that impact the Cloud and other Virtual Environments (VE).
In this role, the selected candidate will support all aspects of O365 environment ensuring security compliance, Responsible for monitoring and resolving Service Desk escalated incident and problem tickets assigned to the Exchange team.
Performs engineering work in support of the U.S. Navy Surface Combat Systems including the design; evaluation; planning; testing and operation of electrical; electronic; mechanical; and/or computer components; equipment and training systems in support of CSCS and ATRC.
Support development of business case analyses for GFE breakout candidates and other cost reduction initiatives via engineering trade studies; identify potential candidates for Contractor Furnished Equipment (CFE) to GFE conversion to reduce material pass-through costs.
Provide technical support with the creation of models of functions or algorithms used within the current combat systems elements or in proposed functionality to permit evaluation of these functions to support tactical operations and training for various computer program performance tests and analyzes and documents results.
Performs systems development and design work that may include logic design, I/O design, firmware development, model formulation, manufacturing and development cost projections, computer architecture analysis and design, and analog or digital systems engineering.
Reviews CeTARS and Standard Training Activity Support System (STASS) files; analyze data; report data; and make recommendations for changes to course schedules based on results of analysis for each CSCS activity.