Network/Communication Administrator II - Evening Shift

Company Name:
ASRC Federal Holding Company
ASRC Federal Communications provides IT and intelligence services to the federal defense and intelligence communities. Our focused solutions offer efficiency, agility and innovation. We resolve issues quickly and provide ideas and solutions to help our customers fix problems and overcome challenges.
ASRC Federal Communications is seeking a Network/Communication Administrator II in Springfield, VA. If you meet the qualifications outlined below, and have an active TS/SCI clearance and CompTIA Security+ certification, we encourage you to apply.
Shift: Evening hours, Monday through Friday
Qualifications __
Performs and or assists in installation, tier-1, tier-2 and tier-3 troubleshooting, and support of local- and wide-area network hardware, software and applications to include voice, video, and data cable systems.
Performs maintenance of network, servers, voice and video hardware.
Maintains the operational usage of the video suites.
Ensure specific performance indicators are met or exceeded.
Desired Education and Certification __
High School Diploma
ITIL v3 Foundations
Clearance required __
ASRC Federal and its Subsidiaries are Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action employers. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, or protected veteran status.
Job: Network & Telecomm Srvc
Primary Location: United States-VA, United States-Springfield, VA, United States
Education Level: Bachelor's Degree
Schedule: Full-time
Shift: Evening Job / 2nd Shift
Job Level: Individual Contributor/Non-Management
Job Type: Standard
Req ID: 14001211

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