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Marine Corps Intel

I just wanted to recognize and commend them on an excellent job and the hard work and effort they all put in over those days. They did this with no complaint and were very helpful to everyone involved.

Capt Caleb Davis
Marine Corps Intel Schools
S-6 Communications OIC

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“this contractor continues to exceed all customer expectations, and has provided exceptional services during this reporting period.

COMSUBPAC

Thank you for your outstanding support for our submarine force in the Pacific. You have made a significant impact in the quality of communications available to the fleet.

CDR Dale Ramsay
Director C4I
COMSUBPAC N6

Cyber Security Engineer, Norfolk VA

Description: Predicate Logic is looking for a dynamic self starting individual to join our Submarine Operating Authority Engineering team providing communications and network technical support for the U.S. Navy Submarine Force.

Duties and Responsibilities

  • Be the In-Service Engineering Agent (ISEA) On-Site Cyber Security Engineer for the Low Band Universal Communications System (LBUCS) equipment and network at Commander Submarine Force, U.S. Atlantic Fleet Norfolk, VA.
  • Maintain the LBUCS suite fully operational and in compliance with all cyber security requirements.
  • Supervise the performance of all System Administrative responsibilities for the LBUCS suite.
  • Supervise the configuration, testing, and troubleshooting of the LBUCS suite.
  • Provide remote assistance to LBUCS transmitter sites as required for system configuration, testing, troubleshooting.
  • Develop and provide test and evaluation support for new concepts, lead site testing, System Operational Verification Testing (SOVT) and other test events in support of the LBUCS Suite.
  • Assist government personnel in maintaining strict configuration control of the LBUCS suite of equipment.
  • Possess knowledge and comprehension of secure build techniques, tools and practices of DISA Secure Technical Implementation Guidelines (STIG).
  • Participate in Submarine Operating Authority Engineering reviews.
  • Provide technical representation at meetings as required to represent the Submarine Operating Authority systems and in particular LBUCS.

Knowledge and Abilities

  • Install, Configure and Maintain a scalable and highly available virtual environment utilizing VMWare vSphere ESXi hypervisor
  • Working knowledge of direct attached, network attached and storage area network-based storage devices, protocols and management techniques.
  • Working knowledge of Cisco UCS and Netapp storage solutions with a focus on VMWare-based solutions
  • Fundamental knowledge of network architectures and associated equipment including, but not limited to zones, screening devices, and typical design.
  • Working knowledge with CISCO routers and switches and their configuration and management.
  • In-depth knowledge and ability to troubleshoot the TCP/IP protocol suite.
  • Working knowledge of network analysis tools such as Wireshark.
  • Ability to manage and audit the cyber security of systems using tools such as HBSS and ACAS.
  • Ability to perform log reviews of systems to analyze for evidence of exploitation.
  • Ability to interface with remote users via chat, telephone, naval messaging and email to assist in troubleshooting system functional issues.
  • CISSP Certification required.
  • VMWare Certified Professional Data Center Virtualization (VCP-DCV) certification strongly desired but otherwise must be achieved within 6 months of hire.

Experience

  • Experience with Submarine Communications, including RF paths providing IP connectivity.
  • First-hand experience required in the following areas:
  • Cisco routers and switches
  • VMWare ESXi 5.5 or later
  • Server operating systems management
  • Cyber security configuration compliance management/auditing
  • First-hand experience strongly desired in the following areas:
  • Cisco UCS
  • Netapp storage solutions
  • Windows Server 2012 or later
  • Windows 10 or later
  • Avocent series of KVM Matrix Switches or similar
  • Linux Systems Administration
  • Serial communications
  • Installation and maintenance of cabling and connectors to include:
  • Serial (RS-232/440 and EIA-530)
  • Shielded and unshielded twisted pair (RJ-45/CAT5+ Ethernet)
  • Fiber Optics, copper, transceivers and switches
  • Cryptographic Devices to include in-depth knowledge of:
  • KG-175 TACLANE series, KIV-7 Series
  • Must be able to independently build/rebuild servers and workstations, both virtual and physical both from baseline templates including system backs and/or OVF templates.

Possess a current/active Top Secret security clearance. Must be eligible for SCI Access.

Ability to travel within the U.S. and foreign countries. Travel Estimated less than 10%