Production Site Engineer Unix System Administrator
The firm offers a very competitive salary with incredible management, substantive work and a firm that puts their talent first.
Oklahoma City, OK location. Current Active SECRET CLEARANCE required.
Extensive, substantial benefits, PTO, 401k, and advancement
This growing information technology government contractor that is growing rapidly across the US with business seeks a Production Site Engineer DECC Unix System Administrator
to work at their client location in OKC. This is truly one of the Best Places to work.
You will report directly to the extremely knowledgeable Technology Operations Manager and will be a part of the Operations team.
You will perform Linux/Unix administration, including recognizing and troublshooting problems, executing detailed Change Request (CR) instructions, complying with change control, scripting and shell programming, and performing operations and maintenance tasks in a production DoD environment; Coordinate, guide, and support engineering staff in troubleshooting PKI-related systems and applications; Maintain the health and proper functioning of Linux-based computer systems in a DoD production environment by applying, updating, and developing Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) for Linux administration tasks.
You must have experience with Linux 5/6/7, preferably Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) 5/6/7, and to be familiar with DoD Network Security practices and STIG, knowledge of Public Key Infrastructure Certification System and Directory services is highly preferred.
3+ solid years of related experience and a BS in a related field of study or 8+ years of related experience will be considered in the place of a degree.
Required Certification: IAT Level II
You must have a DoD active current SECRET clearance
Competitive salary with Paid Time Off that Increases with Seniority, Paid Holidays, Life and Disability Insurance, 401K Retirement Plan with Employer Contribution, Dental, Vision, and Health Insurance, Flexible Spending Account, Tuition and Training Reimbursement, Parking and advancement.
We offer Cool technologies that enable critical PKI capabilities through our technical teams providing services in Network Engineering, Systems Engineering and Administration, Application and Web Development, and Cybersecurity. We utilize leading-edge technologies in high-impact work environments, including: Supporting the latest data encryption technologies, including the origination and maintenance of the highly secure PKI “root certificate” system; Support of the Non-Person Entity (NPE) PKI systems for hardware identification; Working with organizations such as the National Security Agency (NSA) to support testing and integration of new PKI initiatives; Supporting classified and unclassified environments in virtualized environments; Use of Agile-based processes to enhance the speed and quality of deliverables and Leading Cybersecurity Risk Management Framework (RMF) certification, accreditation and monitoring.
We offer extensive Career growth because Team PKI boasts diverse technical teams with mentorship opportunities, perfect for collaboration and learning new technologies with talented, senior engineers. As technologies evolve, there are free training opportunities in many positions. Our employees also enjoy training opportunities through The online Firm University and annual skills assessments. We believe in giving internal candidates first consideration for promotional opportunities whenever possible.
We are proud to have a collaborative relationship with our PKI customers. While the nature of the work is certainly high-accountability, our employees typically enjoy a relaxed, business casual atmosphere. We enjoy a partnership-like environment with our government stakeholders, who welcome our recommendations on process improvements, technologies, and tools. Employees also benefit from an approachable Program Manager that stays “plugged in” to the mission, while championing teamwork, recognizing individual contributions and keeping a sense of humor!
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