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21 - Network Engineer, Security - Patch Management Admin
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Benefits include but not limited to Medical, Dental, Life, FSA, Disability, PTO, Holiday, 401(k), ESPP, and Deferred Compensation
Performs system security engineering and operations support of vulnerability management systems and host base security systems. Develops tactics, techniques and procedures using AF tools to improve the security posture of supported networks. Scans, tracks, records and reports vulnerabilities using government provided tools. Utilizes technical orders to perform assigned duties and make recommendations to improve standardized systems and their technical orders. Reports and uploads scan results to the DISA's Vulnerability Management System (VMS) tool, or its successor, on a monthly or as needed basis for Air Force Base's (AFB) to review and remediate. Performs trend analysis of vulnerability scan data to generate reports identifying the security posture of the base (i.e. deficiencies, history of repeats, etc.). Develops draft TOs, SOPs, checklists, guides, best practices and procedures for conducting vulnerability assessments. Automates procedures using scripts, Sequel (SQL)/database administration, or other available technology and reports monthly repeat high vulnerabilities to the communications unit. Plans, conducts and reports AF enterprise patch management, minimizing disruptions to operational customers. Validates compliance with AF security practices and responds to NetOps directives such as IAVAs, NOTAMs, TCNOs, TCTOs, CTOs, and MTOs. For certain requisitions oversees, the AFIN Reporting Cell ensures the acknowledgement and reporting of IAVA/B with the appropriate knowledge to address the unit's response. By requisition level of 8570 Certification and OEM/Industry, Certifications will be added to be in compliance with Appendix 6 percentages.
Perform patch management for servers, workstations, and infrastructure devices as part of 24x7 patch management operations and maintenance services in support of the Air Force Information Networks (AFIN) operations from Peterson AFB, CO. Works assigned shift (5 consecutive days, 8 hours each, 40 hours per week) and must be flexible to rotate to another shift if needed. Responsible for administering and specializing in Microsoft SCCM/Current Branch capabilities to ensure large enterprise network patch management, distribution and compliance functions are met for both classified and unclassified networks. Assist the government with SCCM/Current Branch planning, setup, deployment and maintenance. Provide technical support in developing innovative technical solutions and troubleshooting faults. Create SCCM/Current Branch management reports as required to support daily operations and staff tasking on the state of the information technology enterprise. Participate in the development, testing and successful deployment of software to all applicable SCCM/Current Branch supported platforms deployed using SCCM/Current Branch and Windows Installer technologies. Enterprise level SCCM or Current Branch administration subject matter expertise is preferred. Security+ CE certification is required on Day 1. Other certifications preferred up front include MCTS Administering and Deploying System Center 2012 Configuration Manager, MCSA Windows Server 2012, and MCSA SQL Server 2012.
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