Booz Allen Hamilton
A well-designed network is critical to move data and enable the U.S. Army to achieve their missions, but how can an organization make sure their network will fit their current and evolving needs? Crafting the right network, with the right equipment and software, requires a combination of technical skill and careful planning. That’s why we need you, an experienced network engineer who knows how to develop the exact network the Army needs. As a network engineer on our team, you’ll use your experience in network design and architecture to support the nation’s defense and respond to evolving adversaries. You’ll upgrade or develop enterprise-wide infrastructure, troubleshoot, and resolve complex network issues, analyze current working infrastructures, and increase security, reliability, and availability for mission-critical network systems.
You’ll apply your expertise in routing and switching, integration of encryption gear, network design and architecture, system interoperability, IP engineering, network transport layers, multi-protocol label switching, gateway protocol, virtual routing, and forwarding as you join our team of problem-solvers to help the Army to evolve and deploy new capabilities and technologies. Your knowledge of network protocols, equipment, emerging technology, and configurations will come in handy as you optimize client operations and modernization. Using your experience in Cryptographic equipment, cryptography, key management, software and hardware firewalls, Cisco hardware, cloud migration, virtual routing, and forwarding, you’ll serve as a trusted advisor to clients on mission-critical projects. Using your technical curiosity and knowledge of industry standards, you’ll make an impact on national security missions.
Join us. The world can’t wait.
7+ years of experience in networking
Experience with Cisco products, including Routers, Switches, and Firewalls
Knowledge of Converged Ethernet Over IP network
Knowledge of virtualization and storage technologies from VMware and Hyper-V
Knowledge of Force tactical and strategic military communications networks, including the architecture, protocols, security, network management, and physics underlying these systems
HS diploma or GED
CCNA or CCNP certification
Nice If You Have:
Experience with designing and implementing LANs or VLANs
Experience in Engineering design, development, integration, installation, and operation maintenance of the WIN-T network
Ability to develop network architecture for adjacent, higher and lower units, including for allied nations, government agencies, and commercial service interfaces
Ability to gather mission needs statements, Operational Requirements Capability Development Documents (ORCDD), and Capability Production Documents (CPD) for Army’s tactical communications systems
Ability to translate requirements into technical solutions that are standards-based and cost- efficient
Applicants selected will be subject to a security investigation and may need to meet eligibility requirements for access to classified information; secret clearance is required.
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Our comprehensive benefits package includes wellness programs with HSA contributions, paid holidays, paid parental leave, a generous 401(k) match, and more. With these benefits, plus the option for flexible schedules and remote and hybrid locations, we’ll support you as you pursue a balanced, fulfilling life—at work and at home.
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