Engineer Technical Services 2
Location: Huntsville, AL
Representing the IBCS program as the primary point of contact
Integrating and maintaining systems running Red Hat Enterprise Linux and integration of COTS/GOTS products with IAMD IBCS systems.
Assists in the emplacement and initialization of the IBCS system.
Assists in optimizing the IBCS network.
Advises customer on the capabilities/limitations of the IBCS system.
Assists in troubleshooting IBCS hardware, software and networks.
Provides updated information on the system capabilities through direct liaison with remote engineers.
Provides feedback to program leadership regarding system performance and end-user comments.
Also, responsible to work with the Integrated Product Teams (IPTs) to maintain situational awareness of all product development and provide early identification and resolution of development issues.
Perform operator and maintainer tasks on equipment, integrated systems, subsystems, and software.
Basic Qualifications for a level 2:
Bachelor’s Degree in science or IT field with 2 years of experience in related field OR Master’s degree with 0 years of experience. Four Years of IT experience can be used in lieu of Bachelor’s Degree.
Security Plus Certification or equivalent IAT Level II certification required or able to obtain within 6 months of hire.
Current Active Department of Defense Secret Security Clearance
System administration experience with the following: Red Hat Enterprise Linux and experience operating within a Continuous Deliver/Continuous Integration culture
Ability to lead technical briefings with the customer and end user, and provide recommendations as to the employment of the weapon system
Experience integrating COTS, GOTS and custom software in a security constrained environment
Knowledge of military operations, procedures, and training activities
Knowledge of Army ADA systems and operations
Joint Tactical Information Distribution System-JT101 course or Multi-TDL Advanced Joint Interoperability Course (Majic) graduate
Army Basic Instructor Course or Small Group Instructor Training course graduate
Military veteran with service as an Air Defense Artillery (ADA) Non-Commissioned, Warrant or Commissioned Officer