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WINDOWS SYSTEM ADMINISTRATOR II - CHINA LAKE, CA

WINDOWS SYSTEM ADMINISTRATOR I - CHINA LAKE, CA

UNIX/LINUX SYSTEM ADMINISTRATOR II - CHINA LAKE, CA

UNIX/LINUX SYSTEM ADMINISTRATOR I - CHINA LAKE, CA

ISSO II - CHINA LAKE, CA

NETWORK ENGINEER II - CHINA LAKE, CA

NETWORK ENGINEER I - CHINA LAKE, CA

ACTIVITY SECURITY REPRESENTATIVE II - HANSCOM AFB, MA


Windows System Administrator II & I

Administer the Windows workstations and servers in the Exodus development and test environment as well as the Program production environment.  Configure Windows releases for use in the Program environments.  Manage user accounts and assist users.  Ensure all systems meet standards required under the Program Security Controls Traceability Matrix as well as all associated policy and procedures.  Participate in certification and accreditation efforts under ISSM guidance.  Obtain and test patches for common configurations.  Deploy patches and new software with automated tools (preferable) and migrate currently manual process to automated processes.  Ensure configurations are documented and preserved in configuration management for use in a DevOps pipeline.  Work closely with software development team to ensure roadblocks and barriers related to Windows are resolved and avoided.  Research Windows configurations used by Program customers to advise on streamlined connections to Program nodes.  Document instructions for customers, keeping documentation under configuration management at all times.  Troubleshoot customer connections and document resolution for use by the Program Customer Administration team.  Perform the Program Customer Administration function.  Knowledge of Unix and/or Linux is helpful. 

Entry requirement includes

  • Current Secret clearance
  • DoD 8570.01-m certification as IAT Level II includes current Security+ certification and current Operating system certification (Windows and Windows Server)

Requires the ability to obtain and maintain the following within 1 year to achieve IAT Level III: 

  • Top Secret clearance
  • CISSP certification


Unix/Linux System Administrator II & I

 

Administer the Unix and Linux workstations and servers in the Program development and test environment as well as the Program production environment.  Requires current knowledge of or ability to quickly learn Solaris 11 with Trusted Extensions.  Requires a good understanding of networking.  Configure Solaris / Linux releases for use in the Program environments.  Manage user accounts and assist users.  Ensure all systems meet standards required under the Program Security Controls Traceability Matrix as well as all associated policy and procedures.  Participate in certification and accreditation efforts under ISSM guidance.  Obtain and test patches for common configurations.  Deploy patches and new software with automated tools (preferable) and migrate currently manual process to automated processes.  Ensure configurations are documented and preserved in configuration management for use in a DevOps pipeline.  Work closely with software development team to ensure roadblocks and barriers related to Solaris and Linux are resolved and avoided.  Research Linux configurations used by Program customers to advise on streamlined connections to Program nodes.  Document instructions for customers, keeping documentation under configuration management at all times.  Troubleshoot customer connections and document resolution for use by the Program Customer Administration team.  Perform the Program Customer Administration function.  Knowledge of Windows is helpful.  CCNA helpful.

 

Entry requirement includes current Secret clearance and DoD 8570.01-m certification as IAT Level II includes current Security+ certification and current Operating system certification (Linux or Solaris 11).

 

Requires the ability to obtain and maintain the following within 1 year: 

 

  • Top Secret clearance
  • CISSP certification
  • Solaris certification


ISSO II 

Work with the Program ISSM on a team of 3 ISSOs to ensure cyber security of the Program meets or exceeds requirements.  ISSO will be allocated primary tasks and backup tasks, and is expected to review the work of other ISSOs and develop/maintain a good understanding of the entire cyber security program.  Tasks may include generating policy and procedure, conducting audits and any other cyber security functions, and working with software and system developers in moving to a DevOps pipeline.

Entry requirement includes current Secret clearance and DoD 8570.01-m certification as IAM Level II includes current Security+ certification and current Operating system certification (Windows/Linux/Unix).

Requires the ability to obtain and maintain the following within 3 years: 

  • Top Secret clearance
  • CISSP certification

 

NETWORK ENGINEER II & I

 

Configure, install, and maintain a nationwide, multi-level security data transport network, to include workstations, servers, routers, switches, and encryptors.  Perform system monitoring and verify the integrity and availability of hardware, network, and server resources and systems.  Travel to customer sites for installations.  Adherence to configuration management procedures is required.  Work includes computer system administration responsibilities for Windows, Linux, and Solaris systems to ensure proper network performance.  Work includes maintaining cryptographic devices, including rekeying and general maintenance of devices. Prepare documentation and network maps and presents reports. Ensure rigorous application of cybersecurity policies, principles, and practices in the delivery of network services. Requires outstanding customer interface skills.

 

Entry requirements include IAT Level I include

 

  • Current Secret clearance and
  • Current Network+ certification 

 

Requires ability to obtain and maintain with a goal of IAT Level II certification:

 

  • Security+ certification within 1 year
  • OS certification (Windows/Linux/Unix) within 1 year
  • Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) (within 2 years)

 

Requires the ability to obtain and maintain the following within 3-5 years: 

 

  • Top Secret clearance,
  • Certified Information System Security Professional (CISSP) (Associate at a minimum, within 1 year of CCNA) to achieve IAT Level III 

 

ACTIVITY SECURITY REPRESENTATIVE II 

The Activity Security Representative’s primary function is to provide multi-disciplined security

support to a customer’s facility and organization. The position will provide “day-to-day”
support for Collateral, Sensitive Compartmented Information (SCI) and Special Access Program
(SAP) activities.

Performance shall include:
• Classification reviews of inbound and outbound correspondence
• Assist in the maintenance of a document accountability database and associated correspondence
• Processing inbound and outbound classified mail and receipt records
• Perform destruction of classified materials
• Process magnetic media for accountability
• Reproduction support for classified materials
• Maintain various daily logs for a variety of administrative functions associated with document control
• Assist in the processing of inbound data and outbound data transfer files
• Transfer electronic data files to internal customers
• Maintain an extensive customer database point of contact listing
• Assist with researching, processing, filing, and maintaining inbound and outbound visit notices
• Escort facility visitors and maintains associated logs
• Assist in the preparation of facility access control badges
• Conduct entry and exit inspections
• Assist in the maintenance of facility access control entry systems, to include visitor control
• Perform data entry to the Personnel Access Security System database and maintain all customer sponsored billets and quota          information
• Assist in maintaining personnel security files for all personnel of the supported element
• Follow and enforce the customer’s Standard Operating Procedures
• Provide support for the security awareness and education programs
• Perform miscellaneous administrative support functions as directed by the contractor site lead and/or the Senior Security                Representative
• Review, track, and monitor security clearance processing activities with appropriate government personnel to achieve                    appropriate clearance actions
• Participate in Air Force SAP security compliance inspections of government organizations and industry
• Implement Top Secret Control for accountable material and associated correspondence
• Prepare and/or process inbound and outbound classified mail, faxes, courier packages and receipts
• Prepare, process, and/or review Program Access Request (PARs) for accuracy and access eligibility
• Execute Special Access Program Nomination Process Questionnaires
• Conduct Defense Central Index of Investigations (DCII), DISS, and SAPNP reviews of candidates being submitted for SAP access
• Perform data entry and record checks in the Air Force Access Data System (AFADS) and maintains all customer sponsored              personnel access information current
• Perform indoctrinations

Experience:
• 3-5 years related experience
• Security Fundamentals Professional Certification (SFPC) counts towards 3 years of experience
• Special Program Security Certification (SPSC) counts towards 5 years of experience
• Maximum equivalent experience for SPED Certifications is no more than 5 years

Education:
• Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience (4 years)

Certifications:
• Must complete the DoD SAPCO approved SAPNP training (if performing personnel security functions)

Security Clearance:
• Current clearance as defined in ATTACHMENT VI
• Eligibility for access to Special Access Program Information
• Willingness to submit to a Counterintelligence polygraph


 

AJA Inc is interested in hearing from you!
Please send your resume to hr@aja-inc.com or fax to 256-270-4401.