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Network Administrator

Scott AFB, IL
Overall Assignment Description: 

CEdge has an opportunity for a Network Administrator -  Intermediate , located in Scott AFB, IL. If you are ready to work alongside World Renowned Technology experts, and carry the skills below, this is the opportunity that will inevitably take your career to unbelievable levels!

Clearance Requirements: Secret Clearance .


The contractor shall perform network engineering and administration services for all hardware and software supporting SDDC Operations and Business Division supported Systems. These systems are hosted on both NIPR (Non-classified Internet Protocol Router) and SIPR (Secret Internet Protocol Router) networks located at HQ (Headquarters) SDDC, Scott AFB, IL. The contractor shall identify a network lead to the Government to serve as a focal point for this task. The contractor shall travel to other SDDC locations, as required by the Government, to support mission requirements. The contractor shall attend meetings or conferences held at HQ SDDC and/or other locations, as identified by the Government, and provide meeting/conference minutes. The Government estimates two (2) or three (3) trips per year in support of this task.

On-site hours for this task are 0730 to 1630, Monday through Friday, excluding Federal holidays (see paragraph 4.1). On-call hours are from 1631 to 0729, Monday through Friday, and 24 hours per day during weekends and holidays. The Government reserves the right to extend the on-site hours during contingencies or network emergencies.

The contractor shall respond to software or hardware problems within 15 minutes of initial reporting during on-site hours. If the Government extends the on-site hours during contingencies or network emergencies, the contractor shall respond to software or hardware problems within 15 minutes of initial reporting. The response time for on-call problems is 2 hours to begin work. In the event of system outages/interruptions of critical IT services, contractor personnel shall be required to report to work on-site. Contractor personnel supporting Task 9 shall continue to provide support during contingencies, emergencies, and exercises.

 Network Engineering Support
Contractors at SAFB (Scott Air Force Base) HQ G6 shall, with Government oversight, engineer, install, operate, and maintain SDDC’s unclassified networks (e.g. routers, switches, cabling, etc.). The contractor shall support all networking issues between internal Scott AFB networks, including DISA, NETCOM, SDDC, Air Force, and external networks, as required. The contractor shall document and maintain network architecture diagrams and equipment room layouts, with rack elevation diagrams, and provide the documents within one (1) business day of the Government’s request. The contractor shall document and maintain inside and outside plant specifications and network infrastructure hardware configuration and provide the documents within three (3) business days of the Government’s request.

The contractor shall review and provide technical solutions and costing (TS&C) for network centric CIPS requests within three (3) business days of the Government’s request. The contractor shall implement approved network centric CIPS requests within ten (10) business days of approval, provided the necessary hardware is available. The contractor shall be the primary implementer for SDDC’s G6 NIPRNet LAN. The contractor shall recommend to the Government, network solutions IAW applicable DISA STIG, DOD/NETCOM, SDDC guidance, and commercial best security and engineering practices.

The contractor shall provide consultation and make recommendations as to future infrastructure designs and needed capabilities for the G6 NIPRNet LAN within five (5) business days of the Government’s request. The contractor shall recommend network engineering solutions, within five (5) business days of the Government’s request, and coordinate with the Government for approval prior to implementation.

The contractor shall implement approved system and network design changes, system upgrades or equipment replacement. Support shall be planned to minimize disruption of day-to-day operations IAW the SDDC ASI process.The contractor shall coordinate with outside agencies for Domain Name Server (DNS) issues and SMTP relaying. The contractor shall maintain inbound and outbound SMTP Gateway server access to support email traffic to and from the unclassified SDDC.ARMY.MIL domains. The contractor shall track IP addresses, issue IP addresses for new equipment/workstations and troubleshoot IP address issues with outside agencies.

Firewall Administration : Configure firewall IAW DISA STIGs, Create, delete, and manage firewall rules, Create, delete, and manage Virtual Private Network (VPN) configurations. Manage firewall settings, Install, maintain, move, and remove hardware, Upgrade software and  Provide documentation for firewall procedures. Diagnose and resolve any equipment related issues, Provide technical specifications for recommended hardware purchases/upgrades.

Proxy Administration.: Create, delete, and manage proxy rules, Manage proxy settings, Install, maintain, move, and remove hardware and  Upgrade software. Provide documentation for proxy procedures, Diagnose and resolve any equipment related issues. Provide technical specifications for recommended hardware purchases/upgrades

 Networking Equipment Administration : Configure switches & routers IAW DISA STIGs, Manage switch & router settings. Install, maintain, move, and remove hardware. Upgrade software, Provide documentation for switch & router procedures. Diagnose and resolve any equipment related issues. Provide technical specifications for recommended hardware purchases/upgrades .

The contractor shall install and maintain the building network transport medium (e.g., fiber, copper), to include user access drops at the desk. The contractor shall operate, monitor, and maintain network connectivity between SDDC buildings, other Scott AFB buildings (as designated by the Government), Senior Officer Quarters, and network extensions to off-site locations, as assigned.

Network Access Control System Administration:  Configure access control system IAW DISA STIGs, Manage access control system settings. Install, maintain, move, and remove hardware. Upgrade software, Provide documentation for access control system procedures.
- Diagnose and resolve any equipment related issues, Provide technical specifications for recommended hardware purchases/upgrades.

SDDC BDE, BN, DET Level – Network Administration, Operations and Network Administration Activities include:

- NIPRNet, SIPRNet, TEA’s CLASS and UNCLASS R&D Isolated Environments Support
o Administration and operation of network switches
 Perform required security configuration updates
 Configure and maintain Interfaces
 Configure and maintain Trunks
 Configure and manage VLANs
 Troubleshoot connectivity issues
 Install network cabling
 Terminate network cabling
 Activate network interfaces
 Manage port security and 802.1x
 Perform vulnerability management

Note: Contractor personnel supporting Task 6 shall provide all Network Administration support. This bulleted list of functions may not be all inclusive.
Required certification : IAT II, CCNA Security, CSA+, GICSP, GSEC, Security+CE, SSCP
WHAT’S IN IT FOR YOU?
  • Full Benefits Package
  • 10 Days PTO
  • 10 Paid Holidays
  • 401K
WHO ARE WE?
CEdge Software Consultants is an innovative IT consulting firm, and a strategic business partner. We offer IT solutions to Federal and State government, as well as, Commercial Enterprises throughout the United States. Our main objective is to create an integrity-based culture that takes pride in working as a collaborative team that focuses on growth and is driven by the desire to provide purely ethical services for both our clients and teammates. 

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