System & Network Administration, Systems Architecture & Engineering
Provides a total systems perspective including a technical understanding of relationships, dependencies and requirements of hardware and software components.
Supports planning, implementation approaches, and documentation of solutions to total systems or subsystems using internally created and/or commercial off-the-shelf products.
Analyses, designs, tests, and evaluates network systems such as Cloud Resident computing capabilities, satellite networks, local area networks (LANs), wide area networks (WANs), the Internet, intranets, and other data communications systems ranging from a connection between two offices in the same building to a globally distributed network of systems.
Supports the planning and implementation approaches of data management practices to treat and handle data as a resource.
Assists Government in managing system development efforts, moves or modernization changes including analysis, telecommunications (LAN, WAN, voice, video), planning, cabling, IT and cloud requirements, network security measures, and other factors.
Refer to Section 3.3: Enterprise Integration Engineering (Cross System and Segment) for a listing of expected work activities the Integration Engineer position would be required to support.
Skills and Experience:
Bachelor’s degree or higher in Engineering, Computer Science, Information Technology, Management Information Systems, or related STEM degree program, or equivalent Mid level experience as a Integration Engineer.
Mid-level working experience in government or industry in data base management or Big Data analysis.
Working knowledge of Model Based Systems Engineering, processes, tools and languages.