C4 GCCS-J System Administrator - Secret - Wiesbaden, Germany

Clearance Level
Systems Analysis
Wiesbaden, Germany

REQ#: RQ57168

Travel Required: 10-25%
Public Trust: SSBI (T5)
Requisition Type: Regular

C4 GCCS-J System Administrator
Final SECRET clearance based on SSBI required

Wiesbaden Germany

The candidate will be responsible for installing configuring, and maintaining Global Command and Control System-Joint (GCCS-J) servers and clients, to include Agile Client. Specific responsibilities will include the following:

- Follow documentation provided by the DISA GCCS-J Program Office to properly install and configure GCCS-J v6.x servers to support both COP and I3 functional areas.
- Configure both Solaris and Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating systems to meet system functional as well as Cyber security requirements.
- Configure COP data comms to facilitate the sharing of COP track and graphical data, to include CST, BCNTRK, and other GCCS-J communications interfaces.
- Configure GCCS-J track tables to properly display COP track data.
- Archive/Restore COP track data.
- Configure GCCS-J I3 applications for end-user access, to include Analyst Workshop (AWS), AWSWeb, JEM/JWARN, JTT, JTAT, and ITSWeb.
- Install and configure Agile Server to facilitate connections to Agile Client software.
- Install system patches (IAVA's, SUNSEC, RHELPTH) to meet operational updates and Cyber Security compliance.
- Installs and configures VMWare ESXi servers and clusters to support a GCCS-J virtualized infrastructure.
- Communicates system problems and deficiencies to the Joint Operational Support Center (JOSC).
- Coordinates with other site engineers to evaluate interoperability and compatibility issues and execute maintenance plans.
- Executes Daily System Checklists to validate system functionality and detect system issues as early as possible.
- Monitors and facilitates the integration and interoperability of U.S. Army Mission Command systems, to include BFT/FFT.
- Plans and implements interfaces with external systems based on command and user requirements.
- Forward deploys to provide the full spectrum of C2 system administration, to include Solaris and Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) operating system configuration and maintenance within VMware ESXI virtualization architectures.
- Coordinates with external agencies such as the BFT Mission Command Support Center (MCSC) to facilitate tracking and management of BFT/FFT devices within the theater Common Operating Picture (COP).

- Must be able to perform at an advanced technical level on all phases of applications systems analysis and implementation activities.
- Excellent troubleshooting and problem-solving skills a must.
- Experience planning, developing, integrating, and supporting systems and architectures for Army operations/exercises involving Joint and Army Command, Control, Communications, Computers, & Intelligence (C4I) systems required.
- Experience supporting GCCS-J COP/I3, GCCS-A, ICSF, or Agile Client required.
- Experience with UNIX Solaris 8/10 and/or Red Hat Enterprise Linux v5 or later required.
- Experience integrating and fielding system patches and releases, rebuilding servers & clients in accordance with DoD and PMO guidelines, and investigating and managing computer security incidents required.
- Solaris, Red Hat, or VMware certification desired.
- Experience managing VMware ESXi environments, to include capacity management preferred.
- Experience with fault tolerant systems - designing, developing disaster recovery plans, developing backup procedures, restoration of files/file systems/storage media desired.
- Experience integrating DoD C2 systems with models & simulations (MOD/SIM) a plus. Experience supporting Radiant Mercury or other Cross Domain Solutions a plus.
- Must be able to operate independently with little or no supervision.

- Candidate must be able to meet German German TESA requirements.

- Final SECRET clearance based on SSBI required
- Candidate must meet DoD 8570 IAT Level II certification requirements on day 1.
- Candidate must obtain ITIL Foundation certification within 90 days of hire.

German TESA requirements:
- A bachelors degree plus 3 years of recent specialized experience, OR;
- An associates degree plus 7 years of recent specialized experience, OR;
- A major certification plus 7 years of recent specialized experience, OR;
- 11 years of recent specialized experience.

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