C & C International Recruitment Accepting Resumes For
to assist in the work of the
Litigation Support Services
Civil Rights Division, U.S. Department of Justice
Washington, D.C. 20002
-- Please provide your expected/ requested annual salary for the position in your resume or cover letter. --
Period of Performance:
To be determined
- Resume for each person in MS Word format, over all 1” margins, 10-pitch font, maximum 3 pages (2-page resume, 1 page with professional references)
- Included your full address, home phone number, mobile phone number, and personal email address
- A one-paragraph overview highlighting each candidate’s qualifications for the position, software experience and education
- Please include three (3) professional references with your resume in the following format
Name of Reference:
Relationship to candidate during tenure:
- Must be a U.S. citizen
- Must obtain a U.S. government security clearance, Public Trust (active clearance preferred)
- Demonstrated success in analyzing user requirements and delivering whole system solutions ( 175 servers, 4 physical sites, and 70 switches) , including hands-on experience with procuring, installing, and integrating complex information systems.
- Hands on knowledge and use of:
* Network patch and fiber cabling (SC and LC)
* Cat5e, Cat6 and Cat6a
* Campus management that encompass multiple sites which incorporates multiple vendors.
* Extreme switches
* Aruba OS/Aruba wireless
* Aruba Airwave
* Monitoring performance and maintaining acceptable uptime with the use of monitoring and troubleshooting with various software tools.
* Solar Winds NTA/NPM/NCM/Dameware
* Firewall request
* TIC access
* VOIP infrastructure
* Network hardware\Software
* Providing support and troubleshooting for video telecommunication equipment
* Troubleshooting VMware/Virtual server /Virtual Private Networking
- At least five (5) years of directly applicable experience will generally be expected, including full cycle experience, from design through maintenance.
- Experience with litigation support environments extremely helpful, including experience with very large, image-enabled document databases.
- Must be very familiar with the current state of technology as applies to the systems environment.
- Must be familiar with current DOJ office automation systems.
- Must be thoroughly familiar with DOJ security and accessibility regulations.
- Requires excellent oral and written communications skills.
Undergraduate degree strongly preferred in the Computer Science or Information Management/ Technology disciplines.
- The Network Engineer functions in a high-level position with regard to major systems installations and requirements.
- Analyzes the system needs for especially large and complex litigation support
requirements, and recommends overall hardware, software, and telecommunications solutions, considering the latest proven technologies, all appropriate Civil Rights Division policies, regulations, and requirements, as well as end user needs, where the end users may range from attorneys and paralegals accessing a database over a LAN, or authorized users connecting remotely via a TCP/IP connection into a DOJ computer resource or a groupware/workflow system, to members of the public
accessing via the internet.
- Identifies appropriate technologies, designs and implements overall system
solutions, including procuring hardware, software, and communications devices, installing and integrating them, testing and troubleshooting, developing and delivering user training.
- Develops comprehensive system configuration documentation and documents procedures.
- Establishes and enforces appropriate system and data security measures, including firewalls and disaster recovery systems.
- Designs protocols for overall system operation and maintenance.
- Directs and manages the overall effort of a contractor team in accomplishing these tasks.
---- Note that this is not a position for a junior level person who is a "certified engineer" for a particular product; requirements are at a much higher level. Employees are expected to research, design, and integrate innovative technical solutions to litigation support needs, not simply install proven configurations.
Coordinates with the DOJ COR, Government Case Managers, and IT staff in performing all of these functions, as well as with Contractor staff at all appropriate levels.
- Reports on progress and provides system documentation.