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Cable Technician Lead
Ogden, UT
Clearance Level : TS

Cable Technician Lead at Hill AFB, Ogden Utah Communications Installation and MaintenanceMaintain all existing fiber and copper cabling from the circuit entering the facility to the end-users desk and provide fiber and copper cabling to the Node Site Coordinator upon request. Additionally, will be required to make and install fiber and copper cables for any new requirements within the facility. All supplies will be provided. Contractor may bring in their own tools. -Installation of Fiber Optic Cable to Support the Passive Optical Network (PON) in Building 891 at Hill AFB. Fiber optic cable installation will be all passive infrastructure from the data center telecommunications room to the desktop equipment identified in Attachment 1 and outlined below. *Provide a wire management system to support the fiber optic cable installation. Provide drawings for review and approval of proposed location of the fiber optical cable runs under the raised floor to the Contracting Officer #39;s Representative (COR). The drawings must in-turn be approved by the Contracting Officer before removal and installation of the fiber optic cable. (Attachment one is provided to support your efforts around workspace to be considered.) The final fiber optical cable installation management plan will be provided in autocad21 and a PDF version for quick reference. * Attachment 1 identifies all areas where cabling is expected to be removed/installed. * Provide a removal schedule of the old wiring and scheduled plan for installation. The schedule must be coordinated with the COR and approved by the Contracting Officer to avoid non-planned network outages that impact the Cyber Defense of the DoD network. Attachment 1 identifies specific area of work. Only the area in PURPLE has critical requirements for 24/7 operations and work must be phased. This area has approximately 170 Workstations. At a minimum, 50 workstations must remain operational during the fiber optic cable installation. If required, the contractor must be prepared to work during premium hours ndash; if by their action - causes a network outage that must be repaired. * Quality: The contract will provide single-mode OS2 fiber optic cable. Numerous manufactures provide this quality and type of fiber optic cable. Provide a cut sheet to the Contracting Officer through the COR for final approval to ensure this fiber optic cable installation standard is acceptable. Connections from the Core switch to the Optical Line Terminal (OLT) types will be LC/UPC to SC/APC. All other fiber optical cable connections will be SC/APC for the above scope. * The fiber optic installation will comply with UFC 3-580-10. UFC Guidance with emphasis on section 2-2 Classified Infrastructure to include CNSSAM Tempest/1-13 and CNSSI 7003. GREEN coloring for unclassified network connections and RED coloring for classified network connections. * Connections: Responsible for purchase and installation of all patch panels referenced in this statement of work. All patch panels will support SC/APC connections and minimize rack space used. All the discrepancies for the following will be provided to the Contracting Officer through the COR for resolution. Two (2) patch panels per telecommunications room (identified in attachment 1) will be installed in the data center, co-located with OLTs. Each patch panel will support 24 connections. Fourteen (14) total patch panels per classification to be installed in the data center. Two (2) patch panels installed in each telecommunications room. Patch panels will support 24 connections from the data center patch panels identified above in 5.g.a.i. A 24-strand fiber optical cable connection will be installed between the patch panels in the data center and the telecommunications rooms. Ten (10) patch panels installed in each telecommunications room. Patch panels will each support 48 connections from the telecommunications room to the user desks. Core Switch to Optical Line Terminals: 2 (two) connections from each core switch to each OLT (2 (two) core switches and 2 (two) OLTs per classification in total): LC/UPC connection at the core switch to SC/APC at the OLT. OLT to patch panel identified above in paragraph f.a.i. Number of connections to each patch panel will not exceed 10 (ten). Data center patch panels to telecommunications room: 24-strand fiber optical cable connection from each patch panel in the data center to each telecommunications room patch panel identified in f.a.ii. Fourteen (14) 24-strand connections will be needed. Telecommunications room patch panel to desk wall plate: Connections from patch panels identified in f.a.iii to users #39; desks as identified in Attachment 1. At each desk the contractor will procure and install wall plates to support fiber optical cable connections from the telecommunications room. Wall plate at each location will be color coded according to classification. Contractor is responsible for acquisition and installation of the wall plates. Each desk will have one (1) unclassified and one (1) classified fiber optical cable connection. Wall plate to ONT. One fiber optical cable connection per classification per desk required. Minimum three (3) meters in length. ONT to Government furnished equipment. Provide four (4) copper Cat6 cables per classification, per desk as identified in attachment 1 at a minimum three (3) meters in length. Install ONT mounting brackets at each desk. Each desk will support 2 (two) ONTs that meet TEMPEST separation requirements. Mounting brackets will be provided by the Government. Install the ONT devices at each desk and make appropriate fiber optical cable and copper connections to the end-user equipment. Preliminary Site Visit: The Government will fund a preliminary site visit for the contractor to adequately prepare for this project. It is the contractor #39;s responsibility to determine quantities and length of fiber optical cable to meet the requirement. Attachment one will provide a drawing of the area and the estimated number of terminations required. The contractor is required to verify the number of terminations during the site visit to the facility. Perform telecommunications cabling inspection, verification, and performance tests in accordance with TIA-568.1, [TIA-568.2], [TIA-568.3]. Test equipment shall conform to TIA-1152. Perform optical fiber optical cable field inspection tests via attenuation measurements on all connections and provide results to the COR. All connections installed by the contractor must pass inspection. Connections that fail to meet minimum TIA standards will be replaced at the contractor #39;s expense. The contractor must inspect cabling terminations in telecommunications rooms and at workstations to confirm color requirements as stated. GREEN coloring for unclassified network connections and RED for classified connections. Submittal approval is required for the following before removal and installation of fiber optical cable can begin: * Wiring Management Plan. * Removal and Installation Schedule. * Wiring Specifications. Deliverables: Network drawings and diagrams, cable plant diagrams, Wiring Management Plan, Removal and Installation Schedule, Wiring Specifications

Network Lead Technician
Scott Air Force Base, IL
Clearance Level : Secret

Network Lead Technician Location: Scott AFB *Secret Security Clearance Required This is day shift Monday - Friday, 0600 - 1600; On call hours are 1601 - 0559, Monday - Friday, as well as 24 hours per day during weekends and holidays We are a growing information technology company that offers its employees a culture of success, diversity in the workplace and the ability to work with leading edge technology that is revolutionizing federal IT infrastructure. We are seeking forward thinking candidates that have strong experience in operational support and can help take to the next level in a pro-active stance. Chameleon Integrated Services has expertise in operations management, quality systems, data operations and cybersecurity. We secure some of the most sensitive data for the Department of Defense and for other U. S. federal government agencies. We are known for the great care we take with clients and employees, and we believe in promoting from within. We offer a Full Benefits package including:Competitive Employee Health Insurance options including dental 100% company paid vision plan 401K plan with generous company match and no vesting period 100% company paid Life insurance 100 % company paid long and short-term disability insurance Training allowance PTO and more The Position: Chameleon Integrated Services is currently looking for a Network Lead Technician to support one of our federal clients at Scott AFB This position requires a Secret security clearance with Top Secret eligibility. Overview: This position will serve as the focal point for this task. This position will provide technical support for network management, maintenance, upgrades of the WLAN and the ancillary networks that support our mission to ensure 24x7 availability, building and configuring network infrastructure devices, hardware lifecycle replacement, property accountability, wireless AP/IDS/IPS support, network service management (access controls, firewalls, Bluecoat, TACACs, 802.1x, ForeScout, SolarWinds, etc.), vulnerability mitigation and documentation, network security investigations/forensics, bi-weekly change Advisory Board participation, attend weekly teleconferences, incident escalation, and tracking trouble tickets via GTMS and/or ITSM. Skills and Abilities: Knowledge of Passive Optical Networks (PONS) Knowledge of Aruba wireless Point (AP)/Intrusion Detection System (IDS)/Intrusion Prevention System Enterprise Classified Voice Over Internet Protocol (ECVOIP) devices/accounts Knowledge of Terminal Access Controller Access Control System (TACACS) Knowledge of Forescout Knowledge of Window Server 2008 or 2012 Knowledge of Windows 10 support and technical troubleshooting skills Knowledge of all Microsoft Office 2010 / 2013 applications Excellent written and verbal business communication skills with ability to concisely communicate issues to management, users and peers with diverse backgrounds and cultures Large team experience with proven ability to follow direction and contribute ideas to achieve team goals and improve processes Ability to follow and enforce established processes and security guidelines and effectively communicate them to users Ensure exceptional customer service and support with prompt problem resolution, ticket management and follow-up with users Candidate must be reliable, on-time and able to complete tasks by target dates Maintain a professional work ethic and demeanor Excellent organization and time management skills Candidate must be self-motivated, driven to learn with a focus on continuous improvement Lift 50+ pounds of equipment Responsibilities:Provides input to deliverables as required. Provide Network support to the user community. Administer and maintain the Tellabs GPON infrastructure. There are three Passive Optical Networks (PONS), one unclassified, one classified Secret, and one classified Top Secret. Administration of each of these networks will consist of PON Protection redundancy across physical Optical Line Terminals (OLTs) to include three (3) primary and three (3) secondary OLTs on the unclassified and classified Secret networks, and one (1) primary and one (1) secondary OLT on the classified Top Secret network. The passive infrastructure includes 2x16 and 2x32 splitters throughout the facility on each PON. Optical Node Terminals (ONTs) at the end-user desk, communications closets and computer equipment rooms consist of 4-port, and 24-port copper connections. The unclassified PON also includes a radio frequency injection point that provides commercial television broadcasts across the PON infrastructure. The unclassified PON also supports analog modem dialing and analog phone dialing for physical elevator phone connections. Build and configure network infrastructure devices. Perform hardware lifecycle replacement. Maintain property accountability. Administer Aruba wireless Access Point (AP)/Intrusion Detection System (IDS)/Intrusion Prevention System (IPS) management. Perform network service management. Manage Enterprise Classified Voice Over Internet Protocol (ECVOIP) devices/accounts, and maintain the following: Access controls, firewalls, Terminal Access Controller Access Contol System (TACACS), 802.1x, Wireless/Aruba Tools, ForeScout. Perform vulnerability mitigation and documentation via Security Technical Implementation Guides (STIGS), and network security investigations/forensics. *Attend bi-weekly Change Advisory Board participation, weekly teleconferences, and incident escalation. *Maintain a complete set of network drawings and diagrams that depict an accurate representation of the configuration of the local infrastructure. Drawings and plans shall be provided to COR every six months. On-site hours for this job are 0600-1600, Monday through Friday. On-call hours are 1601-0559, Monday through Friday, as well as on-call 24 hours per day during weekends and holidays. Certs Required:Security+, CCNA (preferred) Clearance:Secret Security Clearance with Top Secret eligibility The Location: Scott AFB, O'Fallon, IL

Systems Engineer
Fairfield, CA
Clearance Level : none

Position: Systems Engineer You must have an Active Secret Clearance and be 8570 Compliant with Security + or greater. The position is full-time, 40 hours per week, Monday - Friday. Location: This project is with the Army at Travis AFB in Fairfield, CA. Position Requirements: Must have experience in the following : -Advanced Windows 2008R2 and newer versions Administration and Configuration; -Advanced Active Directory Administration and Configuration; -Advanced VMWARE Enterprise Plus 5.5 Administration and Configuration; -Advanced WSUS Patch Management Administration and Configuration; -Advanced/Intermediate Citrix Administration and Configuration; -Advanced IIS 7.0/7.5 Administration and Configuration; -Intermediate Apache Administration and Configuration; -Intermediate Tomcat Administration and Configuration; -Intermediate Solar Winds App monitoring Administration and Configuration; -Intermediate DISA Gold, Army Gold Master Administration and Configuration; -Intermediate HP c7000 Hardware Administration and Configuration; -Some Cisco UCS Hardware Administration and Configuration; -Intermediate Exchange 2010 Administration and Configuration; -Advanced DNS Administration and Configuration; -Some Linoma Business process Management Administration and Configuration; -Intermediate Blackberry Enterprise Server Administration and Configuration; -Some Netapp Experience; -Must be 8570 certified