Abacus Technology

  • BITI Wireless Engineer

    Job Locations US-MA-Hanscom AFB
    Posted Date 2 weeks ago(10/9/2018 8:36 AM)
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  • Overview

    Abacus Technology is seeking a Wireless Engineer for the Command, Control, Communication, Intelligence and Networks (C3I&N) Directorate under the ETASS program at Hanscom AFB.  This is a full-time position.


    Work as the network engineer/advisor to the BITI PMO to address issues, designs and architectures for the BITI Modernization, BITI ReCap Projects, BITI Wireless Programs.  Report to the Chief Engineer.  Support modeling network architectural changes and evaluating network changes (address 3rd, 4th and 5th order of effects).  Must be able to draft engineering technical documents (TRDs, SRDs, etc.).  Be part of ANG SSIP/Installation SAT team implementing the ANG Wireless upgrade contract.


    5+ years experience in network or system engineering.  Bachelor’s degree in a related field.  Must hold, or be able to obtain, the Security+ certification.  Advanced industry network certifications, such as CISSP, CSSLP, and/or CASP a plus.  Must be able to use/configure/troubleshoot/operate all wireless network devices, access points, and authentication servers.  Able to field/troubleshoot and operate wireless infrastructure technologies.  Knowledge of the OSI model to include all 7 layers, and protocols.  Must be able to use modern network trouble shooting tools.  Must be able compare contractor network designs with Government requirements and determine non-compliance issues and obtain rationale from the contractors.  Understand and able to implement 802.1x solutions.  Should be familiar with DOD acquisition process.  Must have good verbal and written communication skills.  Must be able to work as part of a team or independently.  Must be a US Citizen.


    Applicants selected will be subject to a U.S. government security investigation and must meet eligibility requirements for access to classified information.




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