Telecommunications Specialist in
Elite Technical is seeking a Telecommunications Specialist to support a US Army Command within Fort Belvoir. The Telecommunications Specialist will be assigned the Swing Shift, Monday to Friday 3:00 PM to 11:00 PM; however, will be required to work 7:00 AM to 3:00 PM for the first 2-3 months for training. The Telecommunications Specialist will provide support to the Regional Network Enterprise Center - National Capital Region - Installation Transport Center. Day to Day tasks, expectations and responsibilities include; (1) Maintains and repairs local and long haul telecommunications circuits, networks, and systems. (2) Performs complex troubleshooting tasks involving systems or end-to-end circuit problems with multiple transmission types (ie, combination of radio, carrier, cable, fiber, open wire, line treatment and/or interconnecting customer equipment). (3) Provides engineering support and manages systems interfaces for Data Modems, Circuit Conditioning and Transmission Systems; Digital/Analog Telephone Switching Systems; Signaling, Multiplex; Data Transmission/Teleprocessing and Trunking, Fiber Optics systems and cables, copper cabling; Intercommunications and Open Wire Systems; Power Subscriber Carrier Systems; Telecommunications Circuit/Terminal Control Systems; Synchronous Optical Networking (SONET) and other associated systems and circuitry(4) Manages the Defense Information Systems Agency's (DISA) nodes to include:- Defense Information Systems Network (DISN) Services Node, - Technical Control Facility (TCF)- Internet Protocol Router Network (NIPRNET) node- Secret Internet Protocol Router Network (SIPRNET) node- Integrated Digital Network Exchange (IDNX) PROMINA 800 node- Data Asynchronous Transfer Mode Services (DATMS) node sites- Local and long haul Fiber Optic Transport nodes with the responsibility to provide the DISN Global Networks and Operations Security Center (GNOSC) with local site and distant end troubleshooting. (5) Maintains dialing plans, trunking diagrams, cable prints, and systems related databases to include programming required for upgrades/modifications(6) Analyzes performance of telecommunications networks and systems using specially designed systems and particular operational measurements, and recommends maintenance actions needed to achieve optimum systems performance(7) Serves as Communications Security (COMSEC) courier and hand receipt holder responsible for signing and accounting for crypto-keying material; maintains inventories and controls use of keying material; troubleshoots, operates, and performs Over the Air Rekey (OTAR) and monthly key updatesThe successful Telecommunications Specialist will have a current Active DoD Secret Clearance and CompTIA, Security+ (CE) required to be considered. Technically the successful Telecommunications Specialist will be able to demonstrate a background that includes; variety of technical activities for telecommunications projects requiring experience in network infrastructure, installation procedures, and signal-transmission characteristics of telecommunications systems. They must also possess in-depth knowledge of theories and techniques associated with inside/outside fixed plant facilities; and a sound knowledge of telecommunications electronics theories, concepts, and principles to perform the duties listed.Are you qualified for this position? Interested in learning more? Contact Elite Technical for immediate consideration. Required Skills **Qualifications Minimum SECRET clearance required* Comptia Security + (CE), Required / CompTIA, Network+ Desired* 3 years + Telecommunications Specialist background * Current NIPIRNET, SIPRNET and COMSEC telecommunications* Must be able to work M-F 3PM - 11PM - eves (swing), but will be required to work 7AM - 3PM for the first 2-3 months for training.* Technical Support Background that includes Supporting the following: - Internet Protocol Router Network (NIPRNET) node- Secret Internet Protocol Router Network (SIPRNET) node- Integrated Digital Network Exchange (IDNX) PROMINA 800 node- Data Asynchronous Transfer Mode Services (DATMS) node sites- Local and long haul Fiber Optic Transport nodes with the responsibility to provide the DISN Global Networks and Operations Security Center (GNOSC) with local site and distant end troubleshooting. * Available on an on-call basis to provide immediate assistance in the event of an on-line system failure or other demands as required* Work on rotating shifts and must remain on duty regardless of weather, fire, earthquakes or other natural disturbances Company Description: Elite Technical Services has over two decades of practice credibility. We support all phases of IT project delivery (PMO), information technology service management (ITSM) and engineering implementation missions (Professional Services). Our customers include Federal Civilian and Defense Agencies as well as commercial Systems Integration firms from small disadvantaged businesses through Fortune 100 Companies. We combine the right talent with highly skilled outcomes-minded management to create a team that delivers program objectives and is focused on surpassing budget and schedule projections.