ELSC Network Administrator
The ELSC Network Administrator will execute administrative actions on CNIC’s Enterprise Land Mobile Radio (ELMR) system via the Network Management Terminal (NMT) and Key Management Facility (KMF). Develop and produce data, metrics, reports and documentation as directed. Document executed actions for the development of historical records. The Network Administrator will be responsible for the management/ maintenance/ upkeep and connectivity of wired and wireless networks supporting CNIC.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
- Creation of accounts in an Active Directory and Provisioning Manager
- Supporting the ELMR Enterprise and Region Managers by updating radio information in the NMT and KMF.
- Prepare internal and external reports through gathering, analyzing and summarizing data and information from multiple sources.
- Work with Program Manager and Region Managers for reporting deficiencies and outages across the ELMR enterprise. Prepares presentation materials for management reports to Regions.
- Evaluate and monitor the performance and efficiency of the ELMR system to identify potential risks.
- Work on overall project planning through reporting on project schedules and deliverables.
- Assist Region ELMR Managers by providing data entry support and gathering and analyzing system data.
- Provide support to the Program Manager, assist in the initiation, conducting and coordinating of studies and analysis on system resources.
- Timely response and data entry is required for all inquiries related to report requests
- Provide the day-to-day management of active networks.
- Must be willing to provide on call coverage beyond normal working hours. This is not limited to nights, weekends and holidays.
- Must ensure all computers used for network monitoring and configuration receive most current patches and software upgrades.
- Configure network components in accordance with accepted internal and industry standards.
- Verify operation of configured items.
- Establishes the alarm thresholds, method of notification and any other parameters deemed appropriate for network monitoring.
- Must be able to develop and document processes for monitoring, troubleshooting, configuration of networks and network devices.
- De-install or reinstall hardware and perform preventative maintenance on hardware
- Work with base N6 managers to support the program along with Tier III engineers.
- Maintain base access and credentials for accessing sensitive locations.
- Provide reporting on ticketing, status and inventory as requested.
- Forecasting maintenance and working with N6 and CNIC Clients to minimize system outages and downtime.
- Travel required to accomplish all duties and responsibilities.
- Must be able to certify in using Articulating Man Lift and be comfortable installing, repairing, and troubleshooting equipment from this platform.
- Stay current in OSHA 30 hr course and CPR certification
- Develop internal procedures for executed actions.
- Attendance and punctuality are critical aspects of this position.
- Other Duties as assigned
Education and Experience: Must have one of these three to qualify:
Education: High School diploma or GED
Experience: Eight (8) years of practical experience, to include: laboratory testing, manufacturing, or maintenance, Four (4) years Technical Training in Secure/Non-Secure Networks Communications
Education: Associate degree in Electrical Electronic Engineering Technology, or Military Electronics Training and Experience
Experience: Six (6) years experience in Networks and Communications include: Systems Analysis, Systems Architecture, Systems/Equipment Support, Test and Evaluation, and Logistics support of C4ISR requirements. Three (3) years of technical experience in support of Secure Voice Systems or ADNS.
Three (3) years Technical Training in Secure/Non-Secure Networks Communications
Education: Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering, Computer Science, Information Systems, Business, or other related scientific or technical discipline.
Experience: Four (4) years experience in Networks and Communications include: Systems Analysis, Systems Architecture, Systems/Equipment Support, Test and Evaluation, and Logistics support of C4ISR requirements. Three (3) years of technical experience in support of Secure Voice Systems or ADNS.
Two (2) years Technical Training in Secure/Non-Secure Networks Communications
Additional experience and certifications required
- Network experience – Must possess current experience managing an IP network
- Industry standard network Certification. Juniper certification preferred
- CompTIA Security+
- CompTIA Net+
- OSHA 30 hr
- CPR Certificate
- Experience with network monitoring software
- Experience with hardware installations
Physical Requirements: The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. This is a physically demanding position that requires employees to lift up to 60 lbs with or without assistance, climb vertical ladders and work from high heights in varying temperatures. Safety boots and PPE (eye protection) are required for this position. Hard hats are required when applicable.
Transportation: This position requires driving government owned, CTI owned, personal owned or rental/leased vehicles. Employee must maintain driving eligibility throughout employment in accordance with state and local laws and the established CTI Vehicle Safety Policy.
Security Clearance: Must be eligible to obtain a DoD SECRET security clearance through a DoD NACLC background investigation. Employee must maintain eligibility throughout employment.
CTI is an Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) employer. It is the policy of CTI to provide equal employment opportunities to all qualified applicants without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, protected veteran or disabled status, or genetic information.