• JRSS JMT - Intermediate Network Engineer

    Job Locations US-VA-Springfield
    Job ID
    # of Openings
    Clearance Requirement
    Education Requirement
    Bachelor's Degree
    Sec+ or CISSP and Cisco, Juniper mid-level
    Experience Level
    8570 Compliant
    IAT 2
  • Overview

    SMS is seeking several Network Engineers who will be responsible for overall oversight of a community of interest within DISA's Joint Regional Security Stacks (JRSS) to prepare that Community of Interest (COI) for migration. We are seeking both Mid and Senior level engineers in one of three
    locations: Springfield, VA; Ft Meade, MD; Montgomery, AL or Scott AFB, IL.This position is basedin Springfield, VA. PLEASE NOTE: This position will report full time to the Springfield, VA office and may allow for a part time telecommute arrangement. Individuals will need to live
    locally, however.


    SMS is a fast growing, veteran-owned business that's has supported Federal Government's IT initiatives for over four decades.  We work side-by-side with our Federal clients as a trusted, long-term partner to offer innovative advice and leadership to solve their most pressing and complex problems. We orchestrate people, strategies, technologies and best-of-breed business processes. The SMS advantage in management and technology consulting includes deep domain expertise in complex networking design and unifying communities of interest. 


    We have strong capabilities in design & build, planning, governance, quality management, security, analytics, virtualization, operations and business process improvement. For 40 years, SMS has brought customer satisfaction to Federal clients and formed lasting alliances with leading technology companies and talented small businesses to deliver joint, leading-edge, cost-effective services and products. 

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    In this role you will:
    Orchestrate the project end-to-end
    Analyze discovery information and determines requirements for migration

    Provides gap analysis at the start of theproject

    Directs team members and reviews results
    Deconflict inconsistencies between engineering implementation plans (EIPs ) and directs changes to EIP authors
    Maintain current network diagram for COI/Base (end-to-end)
    Controls all variables and allocations e.g. IP Addresses, VLANs, VRFs, shims, process IDs, etc.
    Define migration requirements to Tools and CND teams, this includes acceptable deadlines tracked by PM
    Tracks task status against ASI schedule and adjusts implementations as


    This is considered a Mid Level Position and requires BS degree and 8 - 12 years of prior relevant experience or Masters with 6 - 10 years of prior relevantexperience. Equivalent work experience will be considered in lieu of degree.
    You must hold an active IAT II 8570 Certification, or higher, to qualify (Security+ce, CISSP, etc.)
    You must hold an active DOD Top Secret Clearance


    Required Qualifications
    Experience with Cisco MPLS. (Multi Protocol Label Switching)
    Experience with BGP routing. (Border Gateway Protocol)
    Experienced with in-depth protocol analysis with tools such as tcpdump.
    Experience in leading large engineering projects.

    Desired Technology Experience:
    F5 load balancers
    Palo Alto Firewalls
    Cisco ASA Firewalls
    Cisco ASRs


    SMS is an Equal Opportunity Employer. 


    SMS is a veteran-owned network integrator established in 1976.  With an employee retention rate averaging over 5 years, our ability to hire quality people and retain them in a rapidly evolving IT market proves why we are a world-class information technology company. At SMS, we place a high value on quality of service, customer satisfaction, and best-of-breed policies and practices. As a result, SMS is proud to be ISO 9001:2008 Registered and a CMMI Level 3 certified company, ensuring that we continue to meet and exceed the expectations of our customers, partners and employees.  



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