GDIT has the opportunity for a Network Administrator to support the Defense Health Agency (DHA) Desktop to Data Center program. The Network Administrator is responsible for managing the functionality and efficiency of computer networks (LAN/WAN). In this role you will monitor data traffic/network performance and control network resource performance to ensure high-quality transmission troubleshoots and resolves problems. LAN/WAN: maintain knowledge of, and currency with local LAN, WLAN, WAN, and information technology in association with DISA, MHS, Army, Navy, Air Force, and DHA initiatives and standards. Optimize the production network performance and security based upon, but not limited to DISA, MHS, Army, Navy, Air Force, and DHA regulations, policies, and BBPs, prepare, utilize and adhere to standard operating procedures and concepts of operation.
On this program we will assist the MTFs sites with transitioning to a single enterprise network via the D2D Program and other IT initiatives. A consolidated and integrated approach to this effort will continue to ensure the D2D fills requirement gaps; meets current and future mission needs; and reaches the goals of the Department of Defense (DoD) leadership. This effort centers on providing needed support at the different MTF site locations throughout the MHS Genesis rollout in compliance with the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) to implement electronic health and benefits records.
Additional locations are available for this opportunity, both US and OCONUS.
RESPONSIBILITIES Preparing, aligning, and implementing DHA plans and strategies based upon DISA, MHS, Army, Navy, Air Force, and DHA Computer Network Defense requirements. Evaluate and recommend solutions to improve DHA network capabilities. Analyze and evaluate network security incidents to develop strategies, configurations, and procedures to prevent or minimize future network exploits. Provide installation, configuration, troubleshooting, and implementation support to all DHA supported activities. Prepare, implement, and maintain a global Medical Community of Interest (MEDCOI) architecture supporting all DHA activities and partners. Review and analyze network infrastructure surveys, WLAN heat maps, floor plans, cable drop placement and counts, data analysis, network design and implementation as part of an established network design engineering team in support of customer directed requirements. Support the overall network infrastructure at the MTFs and respond to, detect, report, record, diagnose and resolve the occurrence of network faults. Install, relocate, configure, modify and test routers, hubs, switches, wireless access points and associated controllers, and terminal servers. Measure network performance and connectivity. Maintain and manage Virtual Local Area Networks (VLANs). Install, test, terminate and maintain cable. (Such installation will provide no warranty of installed cable or drops. All material and equipment required will be provided by the Government). Troubleshoot wiring problems and serial communication lines.. Inspect wiring drops. Operate and maintain security firewalls/Virtual Private Network (VPN) devices, Network Management Systems (NMS) and Network Operating Systems (NOS). Support diagnostics and configuration connectivity of MHS site/service specific servers, such as DBSS, CHCS, AHLTA, MHS GENESIS, DMLSS, operating systems, office automation, and other systems as specified with subsequent task orders. Assist with DHA Infrastructure deployments and technical hardware refresh initiatives. Maintain documentation necessary for operations in support of LAN to WAN connectivity. Support the integration of network hardware and software platforms for WAN/LAN connected systems and medical AISs at MTFs, clinics, etc. as directed by the COR. Address user concerns with the LAN/WAN service provider and alert users to routine maintenance impacting circuits.
QUALIFICATIONS Required Skills and Experience: Bachelors degree and 5 years IT experience (or the equivalent combination of education and work experience). Minimum one year of experience as a Network Administrator. Security+CE certification US Citizenship and ability to obtain a US security clearance (Public Trust to T5 SSBI) is required
Desired Skills and Experience: CCNA or equivalent is strongly preferred.
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