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Support the critical and enabling computing architectures used for development and computational capabilities necessary for AFRL and DoD applications and missions.

Responsibilities and Duties

  • Sustain the viability of the Information Division (RI) computing environment with respect to the hardware, software and data requirements for the use by projects with emerging technologies.
  • Provide systems administration including installation, configuration, management, backup and recovery.
  • Ensure compliance with the DoD's Information Assurance Vulnerability processes.
  • Assure databases are populated accurately reflecting the current system and licensing information.
  • Analyze and correct any problems caused by patches applied in compliance of the DoD's Information Assurance directive.
  • Manage,  maintain, and report on all government funded GFE equipment on the task.
  • Maintain application and functional servers and performs installations, upgrades, patches and other required changes.
  • Maintain continued communication with the Division, Branch,Unit, and Area Level Software Managers in order to ensure that all software that is ordered and managed in accordance with Air Force Directives.
  • Maintain continued communications with Division and Branch level Program Managers in order to provide assistance with the ordering of hardware and software.  

Qualifications and Skills

  • Must have or can obtain a Secret level security clearance.
  • Bachelors degree in Computer Science or related field.
  • Minimum 2 years related experience.
  • A+  or higher Information Assurance Technical Certification in accordance with DoD 8570.01-M.
  • Linux Computing Environment Certificate in accordance with DoD 8570.01-M.
  • Windows System Aministration experience desired.
  • Linux System Administration experience required.
  • Knowledge and use of DNS and TCP/IP Network Security Applications.

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