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Network Engineer (Global PC Refresh)

TITLE: Network Engineer (Global PC Refresh)

LOCATION: SAN DIEGO, CA

Immediate Need and Global Travel

COMPANY INTRODUCTION:

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 OVERVIEW

King Tech has an immediate opening for a team of 6-10 Network Engineers to support the Global shoreside PC Refresh task. The ideal candidate will be responsible for Windows hardware installation and software upgrades

SKILLS REQUIRED:

Five plus years of IT experience within Navy IT Networks preferred

Demonstrated experience installing WN hardware and software in DOD environment

Willingness to travel internationally

TRAVEL REQUIREMENTS:

Must be available for extended travel (45 – 90 days) to sites in the far east, middle east and Europe; no combat zones. Return to states for holidays (Christmas/Thanksgiving/New Year’s).

Must be available for extended/flexible work hours (10 hours per day 6 days a week as needed)

 CERTIFICATIONS REQUIRED:

IAT level II Certified

Valid Security+ certification

WIN-10 preferred; WIN7 or 8 accepted

Must hold an Active DOD Security Clearance Secret Level 

Must have an active US Passport or the ability to obtain upon hire

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:

A Bachelor’s Degree in Information Technology, Engineering Technology desired and /or a combination of education and two years of Network /Systems work experience with Navy Networks.

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

COMPENSATION: Commensurate on experience  

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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