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Positions that are not location specific (remote support) (click job title to expand description):

IT Generalist

Required:

  • 5+ years of information system experience
  • Current DoD 8570 certifications
  • Minimum Position of Public Trust
  • A fundamental understanding of TCP/IP, Ports, Protocols and Services (PPS), IT troubleshooting, PXE, basic networking, and IT tools/utilities (e.g., PING, IPCONFIG, IFCONFIG, RDP, SSH, RDP, Telnet, etc.)
  • Have experience troubleshooting, diagnosing, and fixing problems throughout Active Directory
  • Be able to automate tasks using scripts using one or more of the following PowerShell, VBS, WSUS, SCCM, etc.
  • Have experience with enterprise Microsoft domain migrations
  • Have experience with one or more of the following:
    • DHCP Servers/Client access
    • Domain Controller(s)
    • Print Servers/Client access
    • DNS Servers/Client access
    • SCCM
    • Security scanning/remediation
    • Networking
    • System Integration

Desired:

  • Education – Bachelor’s Degree in a relevant technical field
  • Current Active Secret clearance
  • Industry leading certifications (Vmware, NetApp, Cisco, Microsoft, etc.)

General Description:

The qualified IT Generalist must be self-motivated, hardworking and capable of working on an agile program. The IT Generalist will be involved in various aspects of the migration process from start to finish as well as any additional needs within the project. The ideal candidate will develop solutions to increasingly complex problems, utilizing ingenuity, thoroughness, and practicality; and perform their work with minimal direction or oversight. The candidate must understand how their tasks fit within the overall program objectives and perform their work accordingly. The selected candidate will be expected to engage with program leadership, external business partners and customers, as required to provide technical information regarding the program.

The IT Generalist will be responsible for a variety of site-specific technical tasks including but not limited to active directory support, domain migration support, and general troubleshooting. They will also be responsible for collaborating with various entities within the program to complete certain tasks in support of preparing the location for change from legacy medical computing environments to the joint Defense Health Agency network.

Responsibilities include:

  • Troubleshoot network printers, network firewalls, network servers, and other networked systems.
  • Troubleshoot and resolve computer and other IT equipment problems and malfunctions.
  • Assist in setting-up and upgrading computer systems for end users.
  • Assist in troubleshooting LAN/WAN connectivity issues.
  • Provide end user application training as needed.
  • Provide IT support and service to end users.
  • Ensure all IT systems are working efficiently and optimally.
  • Must be able to lift 35lbs regularly
  • Must be able to move about on foot to accomplish tasks, particularly for long distances or moving from one work site to another.

Work Days: Monday – Friday with frequent weekend and after hours support.

Travel – 60%-80% (Domestic and International)

IT Generalist - SCCM

Required:

  • 5+ years of information system experience
  • 2+ years of SCCM experience including OSD Deployment and Image Support
  • Current DoD 8570 certifications
  • Minimum Position of Public Trust
  • A fundamental understanding of TCP/IP, Ports, Protocols and Services (PPS), IT troubleshooting, PXE, basic networking, and IT tools/utilities (e.g., PING, IPCONFIG, IFCONFIG, RDP, SSH, RDP, Telnet, etc.).
  • Familiarity with Microsoft Active Directory/GPO integration with SCCM
  • Experience troubleshooting SCCM task sequences, PXE imaging, software deployments and reading SCCM logs.

 Desired:

  • Education – Bachelor’s Degree in a relevant technical field
  • Current Active Secret clearance
  • Industry leading certifications (Vmware, NetApp, Cisco, Microsoft, etc.)
  • Have experience with one or more of the following:
    • DHCP Servers/Client access
    • Domain Controller(s)
    • Print Servers/Client access
    • DNS Servers/Client access
    • SCCM
    • Security scanning/remediation
    • Networking
    • System Integration
    • Troubleshooting

 General Description:

 The qualified IT Generalist (SCCM) must be self-motivated, hardworking and capable of working on an agile program. The IT Generalist (SCCM) will be involved in various aspects of the migration process from start to finish as well as any additional needs within the project. The ideal candidate will develop solutions to increasingly complex problems, utilizing ingenuity, thoroughness, and practicality; and perform their work with minimal direction or oversight. The candidate must understand how their tasks fit within the overall program objectives and perform their work accordingly. The selected candidate will be expected to engage with program leadership, external business partners and customers, as required to provide technical information regarding the program.

The IT Generalist (SCCM) will be responsible for site-specific technical tasks including but not limited SCCM Task Sequence creation and troubleshooting, collection group creation, patch and WSUS group creation and troubleshooting, driver troubleshooting and training of site personnel on the previously listed topics. This will include performing configuration, migration, and upgrading of desktop PC/server, software, and related peripherals. They will also be responsible for collaborating with various entities within the program to complete certain tasks. The IT Generalist (SCCM) will perform MTF operations and process analysis in support of preparing the location for change from legacy medical computing environments to the joint Defense Health Agency network.

Responsibilities include:

  • Learn the migration system and the system components required to execute migration activities within the pre-defined system as well as being able to identify, manage and resolve anomalous situations
  • Perform user familiarization training/validation
  • Facilitate Early Adopter Independent Verification and Validation activities
  • Perform Medical Treatment Facility (MTF) operations and process analysis in support of preparing the location for change from legacy medical computing environments to the joint Defense Health Agency network
  • Review release management for all changes to computing environment, identification or defects, and resolution of any potential user issues
  • Assist in troubleshooting AD authentication, Microsoft DHCP, and Microsoft DNS problems
  • Create, manage and deploy GPOs
  • Deploy Microsoft DHCP servers

Other duties may include:

  • Troubleshoot network printers, network firewalls, network servers, and other networked systems.
  • Troubleshoot and resolve computer and other IT equipment problems and malfunctions.
  • Assist in setting-up and upgrading computer systems for end users.
  • Assist in troubleshooting LAN/WAN connectivity issues.
  • Provide end user application training as needed.
  • Provide IT support and service to end users.
  • Ensure all IT systems are working efficiently and optimally.
  • Must be able to lift 35lbs regularly
  • Must be able to move about on foot to accomplish tasks, particularly for long distances or moving from one work site to another.

Work Days: Monday – Friday with frequent weekend and after hours support.

Travel – 60%-80% (Domestic and International)

IT Generalist - Networking

Required:

  • 5+ years of information system experience
  • Current DoD 8570 certifications
  • Minimum Position of Public Trust
  • A fundamental understanding of TCP/IP, Ports, Protocols and Services (PPS), IT troubleshooting, PXE, basic networking, and IT tools/utilities (e.g., PING, IPCONFIG, IFCONFIG, RDP, SSH, RDP, Telnet, etc.).
  • Intermediate to advanced switching, routing, and Port, Protocol, and Service (PPS) configuration and troubleshooting experience is required.
  • Knowledge of various Cisco, Brocade or Juniper switches and routers.
  • Familiarity with Juniper, Palo Alto, or MRV is a plus.
  • General knowledge of LAN, WAN, wireless and security architectures.
  • CCNA (or Brocade or Juniper equivalent) level knowledge required.
  • Experience following and documenting operational processes

Desired:

  • Education – Bachelor’s Degree in a relevant technical field
  • Current Active Secret clearance
  • Industry leading certifications (Vmware, NetApp, Cisco, Microsoft, etc.)
  • Have experience with one or more of the following:
    • DHCP Servers/Client access
    • Domain Controller(s)
    • Group Policy Objects
    • Print Servers/Client access
    • DNS Servers/Client access
    • SCCM
    • Security scanning/remediation
    • Networking
    • System Integration

General Description:

The qualified IT Generalist (Networking) must be self-motivated, transparent, dependable, responsible, hardworking and capable of working on an agile program. The IT Generalist (Networking) will be involved in various aspects of the migration process from start to finish as well as any additional needs within the project. The ideal candidate will develop and implement solutions to increasingly complex problems, utilizing ingenuity, thoroughness, and practicality; and perform their work with minimal direction or oversight. The candidate must understand how their tasks fit within the overall program objectives and perform their work accordingly. The selected candidate will be expected to engage with program leadership, external business partners and customers, as required to provide technical information regarding the program.

The IT Generalist (Networking) will be responsible for a variety of site-specific technical tasks including planning and implementation of network reconfigurations as well as troubleshooting, diagnosing, and fixing any network problems. They will also be responsible for collaborating with various entities within the program to complete certain tasks. The IT Generalist (Networking) will be responsible for reconfiguring and troubleshooting switches, routers, and network security devices in support of preparing the location for change from legacy medical computing environments to the joint Defense Health Agency network.

Responsibilities include:

  • Configuring, installing, troubleshooting, and supporting enterprise network equipment.
  • Learn the migration system and the system components required to execute migration activities within the pre-defined system as well as being able to identify, manage and resolve anomalous situations.
  • Analyze and resolve faults, including major system crash, forgotten password, bad cables, etc.
  • Assist in troubleshooting LAN, WLAN, and WAN connectivity issues.
  • Works closely with other departments/organizations and collaborates with other IT staff on infrastructure activities.
  • Assist with the creation, implementation and maintenance of standard operating procedures for equipment installation, configuration support, and division network operations which improve service and repeatability.
  • Troubleshoot network devices, network firewalls, network servers (e.g., DHCP, print), and other networked systems.
  • Lead coordination of switching, routing and firewall updates.

Other duties may include:

  • Troubleshoot and resolve computer and other IT equipment problems and malfunctions.
  • Assist in setting-up and upgrading computer systems for end users.
  • Provide end user application training as needed.
  • Provide IT support and service to end users.
  • Ensure all IT systems are working efficiently and optimally.
  • Must be able to lift 35lbs regularly
  • Must be able to move about on foot to accomplish tasks, particularly for long distances or moving from one work site to another.

Work Days: Monday – Friday with frequent weekend and after hours support.

Travel – 60%-80% (Domestic and International)

Positions Located in the Vienna, VA Area (click job title to expand description):

Systems Engineer II

Position Title: DHMSM Operational Medicine Integration Engineer

Summary: Supports testing and sustainment activities for a large electronic healthcare records management system utilizing the technologies outlined below.

EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE: BS/5

JOB DESCRIPTION: Design, integrate, test, troubleshoot, and optimize DHMSM Operational Medicine (Segment 2) systems and subsystems. Includes, but not limited to the following:
• Deployment of DHMSM Operational Medicine (Segment 2) system and subsystems
• Support testing activities, from internal developer testing through formal DoD test processes, including test participation, troubleshooting, and break fix activities
• Evaluate and optimize Mirth Connect messaging channels, support test events with emphasis on data flow management, and coordinate necessary troubleshooting sessions with internal and external network personnel.
• Support and maintenance of engineering infrastructure environments.
• Participate in development of System Installation Guide and System Administration Manual.
• Prepare reports on activities and progress.

SCOPE: Receives assignments in the form of objectives and, with support from the Technical Lead, establishes goals to meet objectives. Work is reviewed and measured based on meeting objectives and schedules. Works with requirements, software, computer, systems, and integration engineers.

PROBLEM COMPLEXITY: Works on problems of simple to moderate complexity where analysis of situation or data requires an evaluation of various factors. Exercises some independent judgment within defined practices and policies in selecting methods, techniques and evaluation criteria for obtaining results.

FREEDOM TO ACT: Work is accomplished with moderate direction. Exerts modest latitude in determining objectives of assignments. May determine methods and procedures on new assignments.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE: BS and 5 years related experience in technical tasks directly related to the proposed area of responsibility.

KNOWLEDGE/SKILLS AND ABILITY:
The candidate must have:
• Experience with the design and implementation of HL7 messaging interfaces, with emphasis on Mirth Connect/NextGen Connect software.
• Basic fluency in JavaScript, particularly as it pertains to its use within Mirth or other similar applications.
• Basic-to-intermediate facility with Linux Red Hat operating system, with ability to navigate directories, search, parse logs, and manage configuration files and application processes.
• Understanding of IT systems, development and integration methodologies, and test processes and techniques
• Experience designing, integrating, and testing software-based systems
• Experience with virtualization technologies
• Knowledge of basic networking and network protocols, and their relation to HL7 messaging over LAN and WAN environments
• Familiarity with the Software Development Lifecycle

Understanding of the Cerner Millennium application, Henry Schein Dentrix Enterprise, and/or other Electronic Health Record applications is beneficial, but not required.

WORK LOCATION:
Regular on-site (Vienna, VA) support is required (Leidos).
Some travel to government test facility in Frederick, MD during testing cycles.

Positions Located in EITHER the Charleston, SC, Falls Church, VA, OR San Antonio, TX Areas (click job title to expand description):

Risk Management Framework (RMF) Specialist

Currently seeking an RMF Specialist to support an active government contract. This individual will be responsible for supporting vendor and assigned ISSM efforts to develop RMF packages and providing relevant cybersecurity expertise. They will help take Defense Health Agency (DHA) Program of Record(s) (POR) through a full accreditation assessment and achieve an ATO.

Responsibilities include:

Support and coordinate workflow, activity, and documentation necessary to achieve successful DIACAP C&A (and/or RMF A&A efforts) for various DoD environments.  This includes:

  • Coordination among myriad stakeholders, e.g., Security Engineers, Network Administrators, System Administrators, Information Assurance Managers (IAMs) / Information Systems Security Managers (ISSMs), certification authorities (and representatives), accreditation authorities (and representatives), program managers, vendors, etc., necessary to properly identify, document, mitigate, and manage risk attributed to the target system, network, and/or application;
  • Identify, develop (either directly, or in coordination with applicable experts), and incorporate common artifacts found in a DIACAP (or RMF) accreditation package, e.g., system architecture and boundaries, hardware and software inventories, risk assessment reports, POA&Ms, data flows, PPSM accounting, and other necessary system, network, and application documentation;
  • Knowledge and experience identifying, assessing, and documenting compliance against applicable DoD IA security controls (technical, management, operational), Service (e.g., Army) regulations, etc., within the DIACAP (and/or RMF) package;
  • Familiarity with the use of vulnerability scanning and assessment tools (e.g., ACAS/Nessus) necessary to identify and document compliance; and
  • Knowledge of and ability to use applicable compliance and accreditation reporting environments (e.g., eMASS, CMRS) to document the progress of C&A (A&A);

Qualifications

  • 10+ years of technical experience or a Bachelor’s Degree and 6+ years of technical experience
  • Capable of providing thought leadership to the ISSM in his/her efforts to maintain an organizational or system-level cybersecurity program, consistent with DoD appointment memorandum focal points (e.g., cybersecurity architecture, compliance requirements, objectives and policies, personnel, and processes and procedures).
  • Ability to identify, interpret and evaluate major applications, infrastructure, enclaves, and Enterprise system environments based on proposed accreditation boundaries.
  • Ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously;
  • Strong verbal and written communications and interpersonal skills;
  • Secret Clearance
  • Minimum of an IAT level II certification. IAT/IAM level III certification is preferred (Security+ or equivalent and OS Cert such as Server+ at a minimum, CISSP plus OS Cert preferred)

Location

  • Charleston
  • Falls Church
  • San Antonio