Master Network Specialist (Government)

Serves as the technical lead supporting the Integrated Network Support (INS) team. The INS team manages the Information Assurance (IA) boundary architecture for the garrison and tactical MCEN while ensuring compliance with DISA published technical guidance and higher operational standards; provide a customized on-site training and tactical network support to the Marine Corps Operational Forces; provide a Marine Corps unified communication capabilities to the Marine Corps Operational Forces to include Voice Over Internet Protocol (VOIP), Voice Over Secure Internet Protocol (VOSIP), and Video Teleconferencing (VTC); utilizes industry best practices in the ITIL v3 framework with a focus on Service Transition and Service Operations.

At least 7 years experience in IA technology or a related area. At least five years of experience leading senior technicians in a DoD network environment supporting Tier II - Tier III DNS, LINUX, Firewalls, WAN Optimization, and Routing and Switching. IAT level III (CASP CE, CCNP Security, CISA, CISSP (or Associate), GCED, GCIH) Certificate. Computing Environment/Operating System Certificate (such as Microsoft MCITP: 2008 Enterprise & Server Administrator or MCITP: 2008 Server Administrator and/or CISCO CCNP (Cisco Certified Network Professional) or CompTIA Linux+.

Required: Position requires Top Secret security clearance at start of work.

Desired: ITIL v3 certification.

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