Timing & Encryption Engineer (Government)
The Network Engineer (NE) position is in support of a Government Customer in the Northern Virginia area (NVA). The NE candidate will be responsible to design, test, implement, deploy, and perform Operations and Maintenance (O&M) activities for a large enterprise network timing system. The NE will also be responsible to test, implement, deploy, and perform O&M activities on network encryption devices for a global enterprise network. Additional
- Perform Tier-3 engineering NOC support to investigate, troubleshoot, and restore any customer services outage or fault.
- Perform detailed failure analysis to determine root cause and follow-up activities.
- Conduct site surveys.
- Create, review, and update engineering documentation associated with each engineering process as part of the timing and encryption activities.
- Participate in customer planning, technical exchange, and coordination meetings, as well as monthly customer status meetings.
- Occasional travel outside the NMA
- Experience with Network timing systems design, testing, deployment, and O&M.
- Experience with Encryption devices testing, deployment, and O&M.
- Prior experience with telecommunications and encryption technologies.
- Must be highly self-motivated and able to work independently, under only general supervision, or successfully within a small team of network engineers.
- Exemplary organizational and communication skills, and be able to manage several projects at one time.
- Public speaking and technical writing.
Required Clearance: Active TS/SCI, with Poly or able to obtain Poly.
Desired: Technical Degree or certifications a plus.
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