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Network Engineer

Company Name:
KEYW Corporation
Responsibilities:
Description:
The goal of the Devops group is to manage all the devices and software in the Engineering organization for the developers. The developers are working with a lot of different technologies and don't always have the technical expertise to setup the environment required for them to test their software. The Devops group is to provide the "real world" setup/configuration of the technologies in support of Engineering organization. The Devops group also builds the system/network that will run the Hexis HawkEyeG software.
Qualifications:
Required Skills:
Cisco ASA/VPN experience. Needs to know how to install, configure, and manage ASA firewalls and VPNs.
Cisco Network device experience. Needs to know how to install, configure, and manage Cisco Switches and Routers.
VMWare vSphere experience. Needs to know how to install, configure, and manage vSphere.
Linux System Administrator experience. Needs to know how to install, configure, and manage CentOS flavor Linux.
Windows System Administrator experience. Needs to know how to install, configure, and manage Microsoft Windows Domains. This includes Active Directory, DNS, DHCP, and Group Policy.
Experience with jquery and jquery-ui a plus.
Desired Skills:
Juniper Network device experience. Install, configure, and manage Juniper Switches and Routers.
SELinux experience. How do I modify selinux to enable a service to do what it needs without disabling SELinux.
Scripting. If something has to be done more than once, there should be a way to automate the task.
Location: Hanover, MD or Columbia, MD
Degree: Bachelors Degree in computer science or computer engineering
Clearance: Position does not require a security clearance, and we can make no promise that the candidate will be able to keep his or her clearance in this position.
KEYW is an Equal Opportunity Employer EOE, M/F/D/V.
ID: 2014-1940
# of Openings: 1
Job Locations: US - MD - Hanover
Posted Date: 4/7/2014
Category: Network Engineer

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