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Systems Engineer I /SME

TITLE: Systems Engineer I / SME

LOCATION: Charleston, South Carolina

For over 30 years, King Tech leadership and technical teams have provided world-class network services to the government and commercial enterprises globally. Our SMEs and staff provide the essential knowledge of all aspects of hardware, software, and networking protocols, making us your go-to source for software integration, troubleshooting, service and on-the-job training of LAN / WAN network operations around the world, ashore and afloat.  

 We encourage veterans to join our organization!

POSITION DESCRIPTION:  King Tech is looking to expand our client support thus, creating an immediate need for a Systems  Engineer  I / SMEs in  Charleston, South Carolina This position provides an opportunity for our employees work closely with our DOD customers providing LAN/WAN network support.


You will be responsible for the day to day operations of the network intrastate and tier 3 support.

  • Responsible for setup and configuration of active directory, LDAP, domain-controlled systems.
  • Supporting engineering implementation and support of cisco and juniper routers and switches, operations, firewalls, VPNs, IDS/IPS, patch management and HBSS/EPO. 
  • Performing troubleshooting and problem resolution for hardware and software issues to include device vulnerability resolution and connectivity problems.
  •  Documented experience with deployments of 3000+ user virtual desktop infrastructure
  • Managing trouble tickets for user reported problems, and compiling trouble call statistics and documentation Ability to interact with technical and non-technical personnel translating user requirements into responsive applications
  • Must have a minimum of 2 plus years’ experience installing Network equipment
  • Demonstrated history of System requirements planning and oversight in a DOD environment
  • Providing DOD military specifications and standards at a comprehensive level
  • System design integration planning for multiple large-scale installations
  • Experienced in Hardware and software Evaluation
  • Application and System Assessments, planning execution and management
  • Technical development product milestone scheduling.
  • Knowledge of IA concepts and requirements
  • Installation and configuration of hardware and software capabilities


Two (2) plus years of hands on experience with a capability planning
Five (5) plus years of experience in one or more of the following: software requirement, operational requirements, installation, test and evaluation, advanced system architecture, and training.


IAT Level II
Current active DOD secret level security clearance 

Additional Desired Certs in any of the following:

Routing/Switching/Networking for Juniper or Cisco
Windows OS or Linux Variant VMWare,
Firewalls MS SQL, Active Directory or SPLUNK

CLEARANCE REQUIREMENTS: Due to the nature of work performed within our facilities, a U.S. citizenship and Department of Defense (DOD) security clearance is required.  Applicants selected must be able to obtain and maintain a U.S. Government security clearance and meet verification and eligibility requirements for access to classified information.

EDUCATIONAL QUALIFICATIONS: An Associate’s Degree in Information Technology, Engineering Technology, and/or suitable military training school required.

BENEFITS: We offer excellent benefits, competitive compensation, and opportunities for travel, training and education. 

COMPENSATION: Commensurate on experience  (DOE)

King Technologies Inc., is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer that is committed to hiring a diverse and talented workforce.  EOE/Disability/Veteran




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