IP Secure Inc
  • 16-Jun-2017 to 15-Aug-2017 (EST)
  • AFSN
  • Montgomery, AL, USA
  • Full Time

Fortune 500 caliber benefits - Aetna Medical, Guardian Dental, VSP, Life, Disability, Safe Harbor Retirement Match; PTO, Sick Time, Certification Reimbursements and more!


Job Summary:

Provide Site Survey, Implementation/Installation support, System Acceptance, On-Site Support, Configuration Management, and Communications Equipment Location (CELs) indicated on the Government-Provided Building List for each base.  Provide a Network Discovery Checklist that identifies network discovery activities that were completed during the site survey.  Provide network topology (physical and logical), network physical inventory, IP scope, device configuration, and power and HVAC load/capacity assessments.  Develop detailed, comprehensive TSIPs (CDRL A002) that capture the full range of technical implementation activities from initial tasking to concept development, solution engineering, integration, implementation, verification, and project closeout. Provide in-briefs and/or out-briefs to base personnel as required for onsite visits.  Provide/develop detailed and comprehensive Qualification Test Plans

Essential Functions:

  • Perform a network discovery using a Government provided automated tool such as Whats Up Gold'WUG and/or Airwave Management System to determine the baseline BAN at the base
  • Survey and test spare fiber strands available for possible use in setting up a Critical BAN in parallel with the Baseline BAN for testing prior to cutover during the installation and cutover process. Testing of fiber must be accomplished utilizing a Government furnished Optical Time-Domain Reflectometer (OTDR).
  • Provide Implementation Plan (TSIP) updates, submit the TSIP to the Government for review
  • Prepare and maintain an Integrated Master Schedule (IMS) as required, that reflects all tasks required to complete the project including Government dependencies
  • Provide program oversight and management as necessary to track, manage, and report on the schedule and performance status of this project
  • Create an IMS where all tasks (non-summary) have a predecessor and successor that will create a critical path
  • Submit all required draft AF Form 332s and send to the respective base POC for approvals
  • Replace copper and fiber distribution patch panel cables as needed
  • Implement and integrate Government procured multi-vendor upgrades into BAN environments (i.e., Cisco, Juniper, HP and Foundry, etc.), firewalls (i.e., Sidewinder, Palo Alto, and Source Fire, etc.)
  • Upgrade the critical nodes, or subcomponents nearing End-of-Life/End-of-Support (EoL/EoS) bringing the Critical BAN into compliance with the Government provided Technical Requirements Document (TRD)
  • Build a mockup of Contractor's technical solution, at a Government approved facility, to demonstrate it can be readily integrated into the existing site network environment, executable within the project schedule, and logistically supportable post installation
  • Provide detailed network (router, switch, and firewall) configuration files that depict the changes to the BAN baseline in a Network Configuration Submittal document to the Government prior to installation
  • Provide a System Subsystem Design Document that details the contractor's technical solution
  • Inventory and transport all required components, and materials, from the base storage facility to the base installation location(s). These equipment/components could include equipment chassis, internal
  • build, install, ground and anchor equipment racks, shelves, backer boards as required
  • Ensure all Contractor installed equipment is compliant with DISA Security Technical Implementation Guides (STIG), and that all procedures listed under the Qualification Test Plan are fully tested and documented utilizing Government furnished network analysis test equipment
  • Install and connect UPS and extended battery module(s), in their respective rack(s) (as required)
  • Provide a QA inspection schedule for installation activities upon request
  • Include documentation for IT Services, hardware, software, and baseline configurations.
  • Immediately notify the Government of any changes which affect the Contractor's established CM process
  • Develop, implement and maintain CM processes, tools and infrastructure support in order to facilitate attainment of program objectives.
  • Identify, collect, verify and store data in a Configuration Management System as identified by the Government
  • Conduct and maintain internal change management processes. The Contractor's change management process shall include specific, approved processes for identification of changes which may prompt the need for engineering change proposals or deviations from designs and architectures presented to or reviewed by the Government.
  • Designate a CM representative to serve as a primary point of contact to the Government for all CM matters.

Qualifications:

  • Must have a DoD Secret clearance
  • Must possess an active IAT Level II certification such as, GSEC, Security+ CE, SSCP, CCNA
  • Must possess one of the following Professional Level Computer Environment (CE) qualifications such as, CCNP, CCDP or Associates Level Certification (CCNA) with 5 Years' experience or be able to obtain within 6 months' post hire date
  • Must be familiar with Microsoft Project
  • Must be able to meet all contract deliverables, project meetings, milestones, reviews, inspections, base configuration timelines, Authorized Service Interruption (ASI) dates, status of applicable Air Force (AF) Forms, all required permits, quality assurance inspections and unique tasks and events requests
  • Must poses Cisco, Juniper, HP and Foundry, etc.), firewalls (i.e., Sidewinder, Palo Alto, and Source Fire, etc.) skills
  • Must be able to provide detailed network (router, switch, and firewall) configuration files that depict the changes to the BAN baseline in a Network Configuration Submittal documentation
  • Must be able to troubleshoot and resolve network issues that may arise during implementation
  • Must be comfortable with public speaking
  • Must be able to maintain a Quality Assurance (QA) Program
  • Must be able to perform site acceptance testing
  • Must be able to remain on-site to provide network engineering support for up to 30 day
  • . The Contractor's change management process shall include specific, approved processes for identification of changes which may prompt the need for engineering change proposals or deviations from designs and architectures presented to or reviewed by the Government.
  • Must be able to operate and meet imposed deadlines.
  • Must be able to provide cost estimates of protective measures so they may be weighed against requirements for mission accomplishment.
  • Must be able to research and help develop solutions for cybersecurity requirements.
  • Must be able to work with minimal supervision or detailed direction.
  • Must be able to execute Supply Chain Risk Management (SCRM) policy and procedure and create reports for all new additions of system hardware and software.
  • High school diploma or equivalent.

 

***IPSecure is an Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, national origin, disability, veteran status, or other legally protected status.***

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