Senior Network Monitoring Engineer- Top Secret

Company Name:
RCJ Consulting,LLC

Senior Network Monitoring Engineer - Top Secret Clearance

Location: Beltsville, MD

Position Description:

The Service Operations Division within the office of Consular Systems and Technology at the Bureau of Consular affairs (CA/CST/SO) is seeking a senior network monitoring engineer who will also work directly with the Department of State's Information Resource Management (IRM) Enterprise Network Management Operations Center (ENMOC).

The network operations and engineering scope of the CA/CST/SO division includes:

Engineering, operations, maintenance and monitoring of the LAN switch fabric at all the Passport locations nationwide.
Monitoring and performance profiling of all LAN and WAN infrastructure that impacts CA systems and services (IRM operated and maintained).
Engineering, operations, maintenance and monitoring of all data center network load balancing hardware.
Engineering, operations, maintenance and monitoring of all data center blade chassis enclosure network switches.
Incident and problem management for all CA network resources.


Utilize network monitoring tools to proactively monitor network resources critical to CA systems and services.
Maintain strong relationships with key contractor and customer contacts at IRM to facilitate communication and collaboration.
Communicate all network incidents that impact CA systems and services to ensure timely resolution.

Keep track of all IRM network maintenance that will impact CA systems and services and serve as liaison to make sure CA is notified appropriately and prepared for the maintenance.

Position Requirements/Qualifications:

Education and Certifications

Bachelors Degree or equivalent technical experience required
CCNA, CCNP, or equivalent certification required
Experience and knowledge working in a fast paced environment
Experience with supporting a large federal client required
Experience with HP networking tools and Riverbed Cascades preferred

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