Wireless Network Engineer - Secret - Schinnen, The Netherlands

Clearance Level
Network Engineering
Brunssum, Netherlands

REQ#: RQ74091 Wireless Network Engineer - Secret - Schinnen, The Netherlands (Open)

Travel Required: Less than 10%
Requisition Type: Regular
Job Description

Wireless Network Engineer
Secret Clearance (SSBI)
Schinnen, The Netherlands

Required Qualifications:
Secret SSBI Clearance

CCNA Wireless Certification at a minimum and DoD 8570 certification such as a CompTIA Security+ CE certification
Must have experience with scoping, designing, installing, implementing and maintaining a wireless network.
Must understand best practices when designing and implementing wireless security.
Must have experience with wireless controllers, access points, Layer 2 and Layer 3 networking.
Must possess strong management and leadership skills and experience managing a team of 5-20 network administrators and systems administrators.
Daily Network Systems Administrator responsibilities Include but not limited to:
Support to Non-secure Internet Protocol Network (NIPRNET) wireless management capability.
Assists the government in reviewing wireless designs to ensure that the designed meet requirements and is compatible with government STIGs, including (but not limited to) the Network Infrastructure Policy Security Technical Implementation Guide and the Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) Approved Products List (APL).
Assists the government in supervising the installation of wireless capability.
After installation, implements and manages the wireless capability, to include the CAC-enabled EAP-TLS authentication and all required certificate management.
Configure and manage Cisco systems and ensure the network is protected and secure.
Provide pro-active network management of switches routers, and other ancillary devices to ensure a constant state of readiness and availability.
Ensure the network is properly configured and operating efficiently while maintaining constant network availability and 100% network uptime.
Schedule and perform preventative maintenance checks and services (PMCS) on a regularly scheduled basis and provide touch labor service support as needed.
Provide Communication Security (COMSEC) support for the organization.
Properly handle and safeguard Controlled Cryptographic Items in accordance with Army Regulations and local security policies.
Provide support as the COMSEC hand receipt holder to include requisition, accountability, issuance, key management, destruction and associated records management.
Assist the team with logistics support as required.
Works closely with Architects/Engineers to coordinate strategies for defining, deploying, and maintaining the wireless architecture and its associated network connections and component hardware.
Providing engineering analysis and resolving issues, determining and documenting problem root causes.
Providing technical training, documentation, and technical assistance to the supported organizations.

Associates Degree or equivalent training and experience plus 3-5 years of direct network engineering experience.

CCNP Wireless is desired.
ITIL experience & training

3+ years plus relevant and related military/government experience performing network engineering, specifically in network and systems administration support is required. 

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