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IT Program Manager

Description

SAIC has a contingent job opportunity for an IT Program Manager to support an Army CECOM USAISEC contract.  This position is contingent upon contract award and located in Sierra Vista, AZ.


Project Manager required for a large, complex task order supporting sites in the Pacific and throughout CONUS. The Project Manager will lead a team of engineers, technicians and logisticians responsible for executing site surveys, engineering, technical support, logistics transport, installation and testing of MPLS network upgrades for Europe, Pacific, and CONUS. The Project Manager will perform enterprise wide planning, integration, execution, monitoring and controlling of all related functional and business areas in support of the USAISEC and DISA wide upgrade efforts. Candidate will support full oversight and program execution plans for multiple teams and leads on the task order; specific technical oversight includes but is not limited to: technical requirements for system engineering, technical evaluations, Technical Working Group meetings, on-site technical support, equipment acquisition, transport, and implementation for Global Transport to include Internet Protocol (IP) backbone routing technology refreshment and installation of Provider Edge (PE) or Customer Edge (CE) routers or a combination of such routers installed in support of the transport upgrades. 


 

Qualifications

CLEARANCE REQUIREMENT:
  • Must have a SECRET security clearance
  • Must be able to obtain TOP SECRET security clearance
REQUIRED EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:
  • Must have a technical degree such as a Bachelor of Science degree in electrical, computer, or electronics engineering from an ABET accredited institution and at least nine(9) years of experience 
  • Must have a background in DoD (preferably Army) ISE and Technical Support to include engineering support and installation support. 
  • Must have 9+ years experience supporting 2 or more of the specific engineering support and installation support areas listed below: 
    • 1. Internet Protocol (IP)/Multi-Protocol Label Switching (MPLS) Systems. This shall encompass Service Provider routers and components, to include but not limited to, Cisco and Juniper Service Provider routers and switches. 
    • 2. Transport Systems. This shall encompass the fiber optic multiplexers, encryption, and the connection of IP Routers and other Carrier Systems such as SONET into the OTS systems and the Global Information Grid (GIG). 
    • 3. General Communications Equipment Installation. Have an understanding of the basic installation standards taught in the [define] BIC course or outlined in [define] BICSI and Telcordia standards. Such standards include, but are not limited to, installation of equipment racks on raised and solid concrete floors, to include securing the rack in accordance with local area earthquake requirements; leveling equipment racks; providing airflow cutouts; installation of equipment in racks; and dressing of all intra-rack cabling. This also includes installation of cable ladder (overhead and subfloor); installation of C- Channel on concrete floors and walls of varying materials; and dressing of inter-rack cables. Connections to power panel main circuit breakers will be required. 
    • 4. General Communications Equipment Installation. Have an understanding of the basic installation standards taught in the [define] BIC course or outlined in [define] BICSI and Telcordia standards. Such standards include, but are not limited to, installation of equipment racks on raised and solid concrete floors, to include securing the rack in accordance with local area earthquake requirements; leveling equipment racks; providing airflow cutouts; installation of equipment in racks; and dressing of all intra-rack cabling. This also includes installation of cable ladder (overhead and subfloor); installation of C- Channel on concrete floors and walls of varying materials; and dressing of inter-rack cables; and connections to power panel main circuit breakers. 
    • 4.1. Cable Fabrication. This includes, but is not limited to, fabrication of MIL-SPEC power cables, coax cables of various connector types (N, BNC, TNC), data cables (to include RS-530 other special fabrication assemblies), and Ethernet cables. This shall also include testing of the cables using the appropriate test equipment and tools. 
    • 4.2. Fiber Optics. This includes, but is not limited to, installation of fiber optic cables (multi-strand and simplex/duplex jumper cables) in external manholes and within a communications facility. This shall also include experience with performing power loss tests; and dressing fiber cables and jumpers while avoiding exceeding the minimum bend radius. 
DESIRED SKILLS:
  • PMP certification 
  • ITILv3 certified

Company Name:
Security Clearance:
Secret
Location:
SIERRA VISTA, Arizona
Country:
United States
Salary:
Not Specified
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