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AT&T has an opening for a Sr. Network Engineer to support the BITI RESET program at McConnell AFB, KS, in providing technical oversight to replace all wired and wireless components at McConnell AFB, KS and a Geographically Separated Unit (GSU) location. The deployment of the wired and wireless system will be structured around a centralized management solution to enable Software Defined Networking (SDN) and Zero Touch capabilities, as well as the deployment of two-factor authentication (2FA), 802.1x and Network Authentication Controls (NAC). The Sr. Network Engineer oversees all technical aspects of the project, serves as the main point of contact for all technical issues related to the project, has a technical background that facilitates understanding of Government technical requirements and communication with the BITI PMO, works closely with BITI PMO-specified personnel to facilitate effective planning and accomplishment of critical objectives in a timely manner, manages all subcontractor interface requirements in conjunction with the Program manager, notifies the BITI PMO and the contractor’s Program Manager, immediately, of any problems or issues, and approves all engineering documents before submitting to the Government.
- Five (5) years of technical supervisory experience to provide supervision, direction, and control of technical/engineering personnel
- A scientific, technical, or engineering Bachelor of Science (BS) degree from an accredited college or university. Accredited schools are those reported to the US Department of Education and maintained within the Secretary of Education’s database
- Network engineering technical certification equivalent to Cisco Certified Network Professional (CCNP)
- CompTIA Security+ certification
- Wired Experience: Five to ten (5-10) years’ experience designing, configuring, and troubleshooting Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) networks to include hardware (switches, routers), software (operating system), network management systems, network access control, quality of service (QoS), network services (timing, logging, etc.), and distribution systems (fiber and copper cables and infrastructure).
DoD Secret security clearance
- CCNP (or other OEM vendor networking certification equivalent)
- Scientific, technical, or engineering Bachelor of Science (BS) degree
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