SENSOR SYSTEMS – AERIAL INTELLIGENCE, SURVEILLANCE AND RECONNAISSANCE (SS-AISR)
UltiSat will be a part of Lockheed Martin’s team to provide mission support through employing over 75 highly technical professionals responsible for analyzing sensors and processing, exploitation and dissemination (PED) of intelligence products. Also, UltiSat will be establishing PED Aerial Reconnaissance Support Teams (ARST) with dedicated personnel and program management to perform flight operations on a fleet of aircraft in Afghanistan (and other future OCONUS locations).
Job Title: Network Engineer
Location: Fort Gordon, GA
· Network Engineers will provide technical advice and counsel to the Unit G6 Network Operations and other civilian and military personnel as required.
· Provide comprehensive support of the system to include installation, operation, management, and maintenance of the Hub Node Baseband shelter, Joint Network Node shelter and associated transit cases (both voice and data), including the Battalion Command Post (CP) Node data cases and the Network Operations tools and functions using Network Operations tools such as, Solar Winds and Whats Up Gold and DPEM.
· Comprehensive undering of Joint Task Force operations including tactical as well as commercial telecommunications and data interfaces to include signaling protocols and interface standards.
· Subject matter expert working with the tactical customer to accomplish initial installation, configuration and reconfiguration of all equipment as the communications environment evolves.
· Analyze requirements and apply the appropriate technologies with the capabilities of the Army's Communications and Electronics Life Cycle Management Command systems.
· Develop network architecture to delivery voice, video and data and support the current emerging battle command systems.
· Identify and evaluate the appropriate network protocols for routing and network installation. Proficiency in troubleshooting and configuring networking and switching equipment (routers, voice switches, multiplexers, etc…) Network implementation to include the integration of current force4 telecommunications equipment,
Security Clearance: Top Secret Clearance
Education, Essential Skills and Experience:
· Bachelor’s degree (in Computer Science, Math, Electrical Engineering or related field), and three years of related experience, or an Associate Degree with seven years of related experience and/or training; or 11 years of related experience and/or training.
· Experience should include but is not limited to Internal routing protocols (OSPF, RIP, EIGRP) External routing protocols (BGP), Quality of Service (QOS) (DSCP, MPLS), Windows 2000 servers providing DNS and DHCP network services, VOIP technologies and Cisco Call Manager and Call Manager Express as well as Multimedia services over IP such as H.323 and H.320 video teleconferencing Vantage, Promina, REDCOM, Lucent/Avaya and IA tools such as Netscreen and Fortigate.
· Network Engineers will function as an integral part of the G6 Network Operations cell or in any capacity as designated by the supported unit. They will have broad visibility over the entire network and using the JNN Network Operations tools provide reports and statistics to the user on the overall performance of the network.
· Network Engineers are skilled in the planning and engineering of the JNN Network using the GDC4S provided Detailed Planning and Management (DPEM) system and have direct access to the software developers of the DPEM system. They are versed and experienced in: GDC4S Network Engineers provide an informal leadership role to all of the CFSRs in the organization and be the primary point of contact for reporting network status to the Material Development IPTs.