DAS is looking for a Network Engineer III for our Redmond, WA location. This is a mid shift position (4pm-1am).


This position requires an ACTIVE TS/SCI security clearance with a full-scope polygraph fully adjudicated by the designated agency.

Job Responsibilities:

This role is responsible for management tasks within the networking function, specifically around management of network devices and any associated incidents. Resources must have experience with managing network devices in a large distributed system. Examples of the expected functions include:

Service Network Engineer:

  • Hardware Replacement/Reloads
  • Investigations
  • Configuration Changes
  • DNS Record Creation

SSL VPN Support:

  • Pulse in connection loop
  • User input timed out

Hypernet Support:

  • Routing & Network Config issues
  • IP Address conflicts
  • Hypernet onboarding issues

Additional Responsibilities:

  • Perform system and software updates/upgrades in accordance with guidance from Microsoft teams
  • Perform password resets to key network and active directory infrastructure in accordance with policy and guidance from Microsoft teams
  • Follow Microsoft policies and procedures when performing actions on the network or active directory and other supporting services in support of Microsoft Government Online Services


Qualifications:

  • 4-6 years’ experience in Network Operations BS Computer Science degree or apprenticeship degree
  • Understanding of TCP/IP fundamentals (e.g. DNS, FTP, SSH, ACL, VLAN, DMZ, BGP), general networking technologies, network architecture and connectivity troubleshooting
  • Experience or exposure to a hosting providers, online services, or internet service provider environment is preferred. This time must include troubleshooting routing, switching, and load balancing in a complex networking environment.
  • CCNA or CCNP certification preferred.
  • Thorough experience performing packet capture analysis or running
  • Wireshark is highly desirable.

Required Clearance:
TS/SCI security clearance with a full-scope polygraph fully adjudicated by the designated agency