We are GDIT. We stay at the forefront of innovation to solve complex technical challenges.
GDIT is your place. Make it your own by discovering new ways to securely and expertly apply the latest technology. Own your opportunity at GDIT and you’ll be a meaningful part of improving how agencies operate. Our work depends on a System Administrator joining our team to support the customer activities at Fort Meade, MD.
At GDIT, we foster a people-centric environment. As a System Administrator supporting the customer you will be trusted to work on Linux and Windows.
Roles and Responsibilities:
Operational support of the on-site Application Hosting infrastructure, to include not only support of the virtual environment but also as needed “smart hands” support to the system hardware which houses the virtual environment
Operational support of virtual environments that are supported for customers at various locations
Monitoring of systems to include system capacity and planning, acceptable performance and customer accessibility
Response to alerts from monitoring software
Maintain security compliance via the review, compliance verification and installation of monthly operating system patches
WHAT YOU’LL NEED:
BA/BS & 2+ years experience or equivalent combination of education and experience
Current 8570 Level II Certification (Security+ or similar)
Windows system administration with recent experience with Windows server 2019, 2016, 2012 and 2008.
RedHat and CentOS Linux operating system experience
Candidate must be available to be called in as needed
Some travel may be required
WHAT GDIT CAN OFFER YOU:
401K with company match
Customizable health benefits packages
Collaborative teams of highly motivated critical thinkers and innovators
Internal mobility team dedicated to helping you own your career
Rewards program for high-performing employees
CWIP - IAT level I Compliance:
Persons performing in this support role make the CE (Compute Environment) less vulnerable by correcting flaws and implementing IAT (Information Assurance Technical) controls in the hardware or software installed within their operational systems. Persons performing these functions, regardless of their occupational title (e.g. system administrator, help desk technician, information system technician etc.) are identified as part of the IA (Information Assurance) workforce and must be able to support requirements to recognize potential security violations, take appropriate action to report the incident as required by regulations, and mitigate any adverse impact in accordance with policy. (Reference: Policy 6-34) for Cyber Workforce Improvement Plan (CWIP).