SAIC is currently seeking a Senior System Administrator to begin an exciting and challenging career with out team in the Washington, DC area.
Manage and maintain currently supported and subsequent Microsoft (MS) Windows Server Operating Systems (OS) on physical and virtual operating environments, providing technical oversight and consultation services.
Perform hardware and software technology refreshes, ensuring milestone compliance while coordinating with application owners to minimize disruptions.
Demonstrate day-to-day adherence with change management precepts and practices and is responsible for writing Change Requests and seeking approval.
Prepare clear and timely technical documentation that explains recommended/required actions.
Interface directly with the client and parallel teams when necessary.
Apply DISA STIGs and resolve security vulnerabilities.
Support operational transition of enterprise solutions into production.
REQUIRED EDUCATION, EXPERIENCE & CERTIFICATIONS:
Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science, Information Systems, or other related field or at least Four (4) years of equivalent work experience in lieu of degree.
Possess DoD 8570.01-M/DoD 8140 Certification IAW established mandate prior to start of work
IAT Level II required (CCNA Security, CySA , GICSP, GSEC, Security CE, SSCP)
IAT Level III is desirable (CASP CE, CCNP Security, CISA, CISSP or Associate, GCED, GCIH)
Active Top Secret security clearance
Minimum of fourteen (14) years of relevant IT work experience.
Proficient understanding of technology areas such as Active Directory, DHCP, DNS, Group Policy, DFS and the ability to maintain other Windows core services.
Fundamental understanding of authentication mechanisms such as Kerberos, LDAP and NTLM and use of necessary tools to troubleshoot them.
Hands-on experience implementing Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) with Active Directory
Expert knowledge of networking concepts and technologies.
Demonstrated analytical approach to solve complex problems in a complex, large-scale, and multi datacenter environments.