Wireless Network Engineer
General Dynamics is seeking a professional and enthusiastic individual to join the Wireless Network Engineering Solution Architect team. In this role, the Wireless Network Engineer leads, supervises, directs and controls technical/engineering personnel. Familiar with Command, Control, Communications, and Intelligence program protection planning for the Department of Defense (DoD). A technical background that facilitates understanding of Government technical requirements and communication. Must be able to speak, read, write, and understand English. Possess a Secret security clearance and active passport. Conducts meetings via teleconference and in-person; travel is required world-wide.
- Project and quality management; facilitates effective planning and accomplishment of critical objectives in a timely manner. Manages subcontractor interface requirements in symphony with Program Manager. Conducts security assessments; documents all Cybersecurity test procedures and compliance results in the Security Assessment Plan and Security Assessment Report.Documents and deliver the proposed solution in a System/Subsystem Design Description.Identifies, tracks, and mitigates program cost, schedule, sustainment, and review performance risks.Manages risk-based counterfeit detection and avoidance programs for counterfeit units.Assists with DoD and Commercial Off-the-Shelf (COTS) technical development for end users.Utilizes the Air Force Enterprise Mission Assurance Support Service (eMASS) system to create system authorization packages.Manages and assists in development of training plans for maintainers, installers, and end users.Designs, develops, documents and analyzes overall architecture of systems, including hardware and software.Determines integrated hardware and software architecture solutions that meet performance, usability, scalability, reliability, and security needs.Coordinates design and integration of total system and subsystems; researches and recommends technology to improve the current systems.Manages and conducts test readiness reviews, acceptance testing, as-built documentation, and asset management/reporting.
- A scientific, technical or engineering Bachelor of Science (BS) degree from an accredited college or university. Accredited schools are those reported to the US Department of Education and maintained within the Secretary of Education’s database.Network engineering technical certification equivalent to Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA).CompTIA Security+ certifications.Juniper Networks Certified Internet Associate
- 3 years; 10 years applicable experience can be substituted for BS Degree.10 years of technical architect/engineering experience: business orientation; system architecture and system integration; develops strategic perspective; process management; product technical knowledge of IP,TCP, UDP,SCTP; Transport, Data Center and Layer 0-3 Design; translating architecture requirements into solution architecture and engineering plans; wireless network and system architecture (subsystems, interfaces, hw/sw dependencies); and specifying/evaluating architecture requirements for wireless systems.5 years of technical supervisory experience to provide supervision, direction, and control of technical/engineering personnel.5 years of designing, configuring, and troubleshooting TCP/IP networks to include hardware (switches, routers), software (operating system), network management systems, network access control, quality of service (QoS, network services (timing, logging, etc.), and distribution system (fiber and copper cables and infrastructure); wireless network engineering (IP, TCP, UDP, SCTP); wireless technologies and protocols; end to end design. 5 years knowledge in and of: wireless technologies standards, protocols (3GPP,LTE, Wi-Fi, eNode B, MME, propagation, interference, spectrum); Aruba Networks AP Series 50/60/70/85/124/125, Wireless Controller Aruba Operating System software 6.3 and 6.4; threat detection and protection systems; and wireless network g.5 years knowledge in: voice, video, and app technologies/protocols (circuit, VoIP, SIP, Camel, etc.); wireless data services (SGSN, GGSN, PGW, PCRF, and OCS); message and conference systems and networks (SMS, MMS, unified communications, video).Knowledge of network management: tools and protocols; Configuration Management and/or Gold Standards; IP network address management (VLAN assignment); performance and capacity management; virtualization, storage and content delivery networks (Cloud, CDM, Grid, SAN).Proficient in engineering cost estimates and economic analyses and models.