Information System Tech Analyst

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TASC's Information Technology Department is looking for a detail-oriented individual who can work as a team player and individual contributor to manage Windows 2003/2008 File & Print Servers in a Domain Environment supporting Windows 7 Desktops in both Classified and Unclassified Environments. Experience supporting networks governed by DSS and DISA Security regulations is desired. Must be able to troubleshoot and perform Break-Fix functions on desktops, servers and peripherals. Candidate must be willing to travel to, and work at sites in the Northern Virginia area. Candidate must possess excellent written and oral communication skills. Must create and maintain network-related documentation as required, such as Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs), infrastructure diagrams, hardware and software inventories, maintenances agreements and software licensing.BS in Computer Sciences with three years-plus experience in the design, implementation and support of a Client-Server Computing environment is desired. Minimum Security+ CE DoD 8570 certification required. Must be experienced in creating and managing user accounts and groups, managing network backups, A/V Console, e-mail users and groups, and perform software installations on workstations and servers and apply software patches/updates to these systems as needed. Candidate will work closely with TASC and customer Security Staff, and must be knowledgeable of security concepts and documentation to include, IDC-503, NISPOM, WASSP, System Lockdowns, System Security Plans (SSPs), etc.
Candidate must display the ability to perform the following:
ΓΆΒ ΒΆ Install and Configure Microsoft Windows Server 2008
ΓΆΒ ΒΆ Install and Configure Microsoft Exchange 2010 Server
ΓΆΒ ΒΆ Install and Configure Windows 7 Professional
ΓΆΒ ΒΆ Write minor shell scripts to perform system automation
ΓΆΒ ΒΆ Install and Configure Apache
ΓΆΒ ΒΆ Configure servers and workstations to connect to a Microsoft WSUS server and download security patches and updates

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