Unix Systems Engineer III (ITCC#ISPANDedIII04) - TS/SCI - OFFUTT AFB, NE
Requirements analysis, functional analysis, and synthesis of USSTRATCOM’s UNIX requirements.
Candidate must be able to perform the following tasks:
Build hardware and software technical solutions based on information gathered from submitted requirements documents and customer interviews.
Develop project definitions and engineering estimates to include cost estimates and cost benefit analyses.
Manage/perform implementation for technical solutions built.
Provide inputs on technical refresh and life cycle planning for their systems assigned.
Participate in all phases of the development life cycle with emphasis on the planning, analysis, testing and acceptance phases.
Design and prepare technical reports and related documentation.
Prepare briefings and prepare updates on project/task status.
Prepare purchase requests and configuration management documentation.
Attend Integrated Product Team meetings with the Gov’t to learn of new requirements,
Require frequent interchanges with the customer to determine customer needs and ensure what is implemented meets those needs. Provide technical expertise, respond to taskings, etc.
Build UNIX/Linux servers, ensure security requirements are met, test servers/systems/software/hardware, and integrate/install them into the production environment.
Ensure all necessary documentation to operate and maintain the equipment and/or software is provided to the Service Delivery team.
Perform performance monitoring and provides documentation of issues and recommendations to Service Delivery.
The following experience/knowledge is desired:
Working understanding of system engineering basics.
UNIX Solaris–10, RedHat Linux 6.x and higher, VMwareVSphere 4.x and higher
System integration (hardware, software, network, and database)
Oracle / HP hardware system operation and performance and system effectiveness
SAN hardware layout and configuration
System security, Security Technical Implementation Guide (STIG)
System engineering tools
A+, Security +, Net+, or CISSP
Bachelor's degree or equivalent combination of education and experience
Bachelor's degree in systems engineering, computer science, management information systems, or related field preferred
Four or more years of experience in systems engineering, software engineering, operating systems programming, or naval architecture.
Experience working with computer hardware, operating system software and desktop applications with a specific concentration in one or more areas
Experience working with one or more structured programming languages
Experience working with design principles and applications