IAP Worldwide Services Communications Operations (Camp RS) Manager in Classified Location, Afghanistan
Communications Operations (Camp RS) Manager
As a leading international services company for more than 65 years, IAP provides a broad spectrum of services and solutions to U.S. and international government agencies, and organizations. A world-class leader in providing seasoned program management, IAP leverages and integrates its capabilities – IT & Communications, Aviation & Engineering Solutions, Power Solutions, Infrastructure & Logistics - to provide safe, innovative, and reliable solutions to meet customers' diverse and complex challenges. With 2,500 team members, IAP operates in more than 110 locations in 27 countries worldwide and maintains offices in the Washington D.C. area, Florida, Maryland, Oklahoma, the United Kingdom, and the Middle East. Learn moreatwww.iapws.com.
This is a proposal position (contingent upon contract award).
The Communications Operations (Camp RS) Manager supports and maintains the communications operations for the Commander of Resolute Support (COMRS)/USFOR-A, IJC, NTMA, the Deputy Commander of USFOR-A, and the AfPak LNO cell in the Pentagon.
Job Duties & Responsibilities:
Installs, operates, and maintains a Cisco DMVPN router stack.
Troubleshoots network problems down to the packet level and determines if all pertinent protocols are traversing the network as intended.
Performs system configurations and troubleshoots for Desktop (e-mail accounts, re-imaging / baseline, RPC, .PST, NK2, Microsoft Outlook/Calendars etc.) issues including SIPR, NIPR, and CENTRIXS/RS-Secret.
Creates new system images to meet the security standards of CENTCOM and USFOR-A when tech refreshes occur. Perform system configuration and troubleshooting.
Creates tunnels and routing on Cryptographic devices to include, KG-175s, KG-250s and SECNET 54s.
Performs advanced installation on CUCM and troubleshoots VoIP issues and legacy telecommunication equipment.
Implements VoIP stations designed to retrieve firmware from alternate load servers at the "kits on the road due to latency involved with reaching back to the CUCM.
Assists USCENTCOM J6, USFOR-A J6, and JNCC-A in developing systems architecture designs; provides validation of the integration processes. Maintain relationships with CENTCOM, DISA, SWACC, and TNOSC, CYBERCOM and track upcoming Task Orders that will affect GO or FO communications requirements.
Performs system configuration and troubleshooting on Microsoft Server 2008 and Microsoft Exchange 2007 and 2010.
Develops scripts, modifies GPOs, and works with TITUS Message Classification System Perform system configuration and troubleshooting on Cisco Routers and Switches, to include SIPR, NIPR, and CENTRIX/RS-Secret. This specific configuration and troubleshooting will be on KLAS Voyager ESRs.
Monitors equipment responses and operations on latency loaded links (i.e. BGAN satellite terminals, airplane communications equipment, and 2G cellular technology).
Must have at least 6-8 years of practical experience working with various satellite terminals and aircraft communications systems.
Must maintain DoD 8570.01-M compliance for IAT Level II.
Working knowledge of IPSec Tunnels, ISAKMP, IKE, VRF, PBR, EIGRP and Multicast in a DMVPN is required.
Working knowledge of system configuration and troubleshooting on Microsoft Server 2008 and Microsoft Exchange 2007 and 2010 is required.
Must have strong interpersonal, written, and oral communication skills.
Must be able to function independently.
Travel:20% across various locations in Afghanistan
Classified Location, , Afghanistan