The Information Technology Manager (IT) is responsible for the oversight and management of all WSRI IT functions, and hardware/software systems. Working for the Director of Security and the Information Security System Manager (ISSM), the IT Manager is responsible for effective provisioning, installation/configuration, operation, and maintenance of all systems, hardware and software and related the organizational technical infrastructure. The IT Manager will work with security to ensure the systems across the board are fully compliant for any program needs. The IT Manager participates in technical research and development to enable continuing innovation within the infrastructure, ensuring that system hardware, operating systems, software systems, and related procedures function optimally and adhere to security requirements. Oversee and direct the work of IT Desktop Technician and manages to the overall WSRI IT annual budget.
-Bachelor's degree in Computer Science, Engineering or Management Information Systems or related discipline. -A minimum of ten (10) years of system and network administration for Windows or Linux systems. -A minimum of two (2) years user supported project development and network integration activities. -U.S. Citizenship. -Ability to gather and define requirements from customer's needs. -Must have the ability to obtain and maintain a US Government security clearance. SCI/SAP. -CompTIA Security+, Network+, or similar, certification. -Ability to work in a team as well as independently with little direction. -Ability to work in a structured software development process. -Familiarity with NIST 800-171
-Knowledge of OpenStack -IT systems practices and principles, Cyber Security, intrusion detection systems. -Agile experience -Microsoft Certified Solutions Associate (MCSA) -CISCOCCNA, CCDA or similar certifications. -Linux Certified System Administrator -Red Hat Certified System Administrator (RHCSA) -SUSE Certified Linux Administrator
Essential Functions and percent of time::
45% – Provides supervision, leadership and direction in the provisioning of all new laptops/desktop/workstations/servers onto the network; Provides technical leadership and ensures appropriate planning for the determination and application of IT support requirements through budget development and process development improvement for technical and business processes; oversees the assigning of domain access, provision new employees to appropriate domains, provision external users, subcontractors or guests on to the network, provision VM services, workstations and servers on both unclassified and classified environments, develop and update access rosters as required.
20% – Supports the security team to ensure system security is met by defining access privileges, control structures, and resources. Determine security violations and inefficiencies by conducting periodic audits; upgrades system security by implementing and maintaining security controls; supports classified system requirements.
Special Contract terms and conditions of employment apply. Length of appointment is one year, renewable, contingent upon funding.
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