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$45K to $75K -Louisville, OH
The primary purpose of this position is to provide applied engineering and technical consultation for customers in the areas of power systems studies, power quality analysis, installation, startup, maintenance, repair and training.
This individual will spearhead the implementation of IT Roadmap Strategies to ensure technical systems are scalable, reliable, secure, supportable, and achieve Business and IT performance and budgetary objectives.
The Systems Engineer will be responsible for working as a part of the Service Delivery Engineering team to deliver standard solutions for our customers through the lifecycle of the project. This position will configure and deliver products such as Microsoft Windows or Unix/Linux servers and management applications, managed services platforms such as Microsoft Exchange and Active Directory, VMware & Microsoft virtual environments, storage, and backup solutions.
In this role, you will design, planning, coding, testing, and delivery of required functional and technical specifications and designs in order to meet business requirements and departmental standards.
The Systems Engineer will support the development of the New NICS in accordance with FBI systems engineering and technical standards. Systems Engineer must possess knowledge and clear understanding of systems engineering and technical standards. The Systems Engineer will be responsible for creating New NICS documentation to support the lifecycle management gate requirements.
In this role, you will lead the configuration, support, and secure deployment of systems that support the security monitoring program; communicate with project team and keep project information up to date.
In this role, you will develop systems integrations to support interoperability between systems and/or business units. Work with business managers to determine system requirements for ongoing workflow improvements.
The Systems Engineer provides systems engineering support on moderate to complex systems engineering projects. Participates in requirements capture; develops new requirements based on customer need. Translates requirements into detailed systems/product specifications.
The System and Software Test Engineer will be responsible for integration and acceptance testing of Security Command and Control systems, including user interfaces, server applications, integrated video surveillance subsystems, integrated access control and intrusion detection subsystems and various other software and system components related to the security of critical infrastructure facilities.
In this position, you will perform system integration engineering for hardware interfacing of sub-systems, software development, system diagrams, integration of various subsystems and verification of the functionality of these systems on the train.