Network Administrator Midlevel

Currently, we are seeking a Network Administrator at Grand Forks AFB, ND. The selected candidate must have a government security clearance, per contract requirements (Clearance Level: Top Secret).

So what is required of a Network Administrator on a day to day basis?

  • Install/configure/manage/maintain switches, routers, hubs, access points, voice/video/ data systems, and other infrastructure devices.
  • Ensure security posture by maintaining secure configurations/fixes/ encryption.
  • Monitor network performance and perform troubleshooting/restoration actions.
  • Manage/operate/ maintain/monitor/secure data links.
  • Initiate/maintain/manage/document connections/circuits/trunks/equipment.
  • Maintains smooth operation of local area, worldwide, and virtual private networks (VPN).
  • Plans, evaluates, designs, and coordinates installation and/or reconfiguration of hardware and software elements of data and/or voice communication network.
  • Maintains technical expertise in all areas of networks and computer hardware and software interconnection and interfacing, such as routers, switchers, firewalls, hubs, bridges, gateways, etc.
  • May propose solutions to management to ensure all communications requirements based on future needs and current usage, configuring such solutions to optimize cost savings.
  • Prepares or ensures that appropriate network documentation exists, including operational instructions.
  • Provides regular monitoring and network analysis regarding short- and long-range planning for in-house systems.
  • May coordinate third-party maintenance for network equipment.
  • May design network or portion of network that includes selection and recommendation of hardware and software packages.

Required Qualifications:

  • AA or 8 years related experience
  • Microsoft Office skills;
  • TOP SECRET security clearance;
  • IAT Level II/Security+ (plus CE) certification
  • CCNA certification


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