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Network Engineer - Senior

Position Responsibilities:

Candidate will be responsible for the proper administration of various networks and associated hardware, network and communication systems

Position Qualifications:

  • Experience performing system design, analysis, and project management for infrastructure projects, in the areas of:
  • LANs and WANs; and data communications
  • Computer hardware
  • System and network security
  • Backup and disaster recovery systems
  • Software licensing
  • Unified communications: voice, email, messaging, video conferencing
  • Hands-on experience administering, troubleshooting and implementing IT systems including:
  • Administering LANs and WANs using Active Directory
  • Performing OS upgrades and server images
  • Managing Email systems
  • Performing servers and server backups
  • Desktop support
  • Administering IT security systems (anti-virus, anti-spam, etc.)
  • Ability to supervise support staff and/or vendors in the course of carrying out required responsibilities
  • Aptitude for documenting operating policies and procedures, disaster recovery/business continuity plans, and end-user training materials
  • Must be able to interact with a wide range of people from clerical staff, network specialist, developers, senior management and vendors
  • BS or MS degree in Computer Science, Computer Information Systems, or related IT field, or experience that would provide equivalent knowledge

Applicants for Employment must currently hold a TS SCI with Polygraph 

 

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DataSync Technologies, Inc is a woman owned small business providing consulting excellence and real time solutions for customers with complex information technology needs within Intelligence Community. Our cleared consultants bring real world experience with a common sense approach to their jobs whether they are creating complex analytic dashboards, architecting new cloud technology infrastructures, securing sensitive data or streamlining business processes for efficiency. 

DataSync is able to attract and retain consultants who desire to work in a small business with entrepreneurial spirit.  DataSync has a responsive relationship to our customers because our staff have a directly vested interest in the success of the company.

DataSync is an EEO and Affirmative Action Employer of Female/Minorities/Veterans/Individuals with Disabilities.

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