Ashore Enterprise Network, Embarkable- Type Wing Support

Req Number: 1775
Location: CA- San Diego
Program/ Contract Title: 1074 CNAP

Description

Description: 

We have an immediate need for an experienced, full-time Ashore Enterprise Network- Embarkables- Support Lead to join our growing company in NAS North Island, CA. Due to the nature of the work, only U.S. Citizens will be considered for this position.

Responsibilities: 

  • Deliver recurring, classroom-style training as well as informal, on-spot training to end users regarding Navy Marine Corp Intranet (NMCI) Enterprise Tools (NET) Move, Add or Change (MAC) process to include but not limited to User Account Creation/Update /Deactivation, Asset Relocation, Printer Installation, and Build-Out submission.

  • Deliver recurring, classroom-style training as well as informal, on-spot training to end users regarding contract Line Item Number (CLIN) Ordering Process.

  • Reviews data for NMCI orderable CLIN’s utilizing CPF’s Online Justification Form (OJF) and submits for routing approval and ensuring the routing process is working for all subordinate commands. 

  • Deliver recurring, classroom-style training as well as informal, on-spot training to end users regarding Deputy Chief of Naval Operations (DCNO) for Information Warfare, Commander, U.S. Pacific Fleet (CPF) and CNAP Navy Information Technology Approval System (NAV-ITAS) process.

  • Support the CNAP TYPEWING IT procurement requirements, in accordance with DOD, DON, CPF, CNAP ITPR Policy and directives; Review for completeness and that all additional supporting documents including waivers are included with submission. 

  • Management of all TYPEWING contractor support staff, activity, and goals. Ensure staff has all necessary information required to provide onsite technical support to end-users for TYPE WING staff Information Technology requirements.

  • Coordinate with all CNAP subordinate Commands the compliance reporting of CPF’s Information Technology (IT) asset accountability of all classified non-Program of Record (POR) referencing COMPACFLTINST 5239.1(series) –SharePoint Regional Inventory Tracking Essentials (SPRITE) instruction. 

  • Conduct an annual inventory of CNAP subordinate command NMCI Assets and OCONUS Navy Enterprise Network (ONE-NET) Assets.

  • Conduct an annual inventory of CNAP subordinate command Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) Multi-Function device with commands located in the Continental United States (CONUS) and Outside the Continental United States (OCONUS). 

  • Coordinate between supported commands, CNAP, and COMPACFLT Contract Technical Representative (CTR) with NMCI Surge Projects to include but not limited to hardware/software tech refresh, asset management, and NMCI Enterprise Tool data validation and reporting. 

  • Assist CNAP with the coordination of MILCON projects, new squadron start-ups, air-frame upgrades, new Program of Record system deliveries between supported TYPEWINGS, CNAP, COMPACFLT CTR.

  • Provide input to CNAP and TYPEWING in execution of daily operations, long range planning and project management supporting CNAP commands. 

  • Maintain CNAP  SharePoint Site ensure weekly updates to Site Collection to include Assets Reallocation Plan, Wireless Device Tracker, NMCI Infrastructure Project Tracker, NAV-ITAS Tracker, CPF OJF Tracker, and IT Shipment Tracker. 

  • Develop and recommend data collection and storage methods to support tracking and evaluating cost associated with CNAP subordinate commands IT requirements to include but not limited to NMCI CLINs and ONE-NET assets. 

  • Participates in working groups for IT Services processes reviews monthly and weekly project touch point meetings, monitoring report status and coordinating schedules.

  • Coordinate the monthly DSTB and FAK inventory for supported TYPEWING and Squadrons utilization and provide report to CNAP.

  • Communicate weekly with the CNAP Embarkable Manager on current conditions and status of upcoming or deployed Squadron C4I requirements. 

  • Coordinate identify and solve interoperability issues with Ashore Enterprise Networks and Afloat Networks. 

  • Coordinates with OCONUS ONE-NET Local Network Service Center (LNSC) ensuring CNAP subordinate Commands IT services maintain network connectivity and are provided Network Operations (NETOPS) support.

  • Coordinate inventory of ONE-NET Assets for supported Forward Deployed Naval Forces (FDNF) Carrier Air Wing and Squadrons on Computer Asset, Printers, and Multifunction Devices. 

  • Coordinate with the CNAP Asset Manager to conduct quarterly cellular device inventory. 

  • Assist with the development of Type Commander (TYCOM) IT instructions, standard operation procedures (SOPs), and Check List which provides process efficiencies and guidelines to CNAP subordinate commands.

  • Assist with the coordination of IT requirements and IT POR implementations with SPAWAR, NAVAIR, and other SYSCOMs in support of (ISO) Naval Aviation requirements. 

Qualifications:

  • Education: Support Lead shall have a Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science, Information Technology, Computer Engineering, Cyber Security, or an equivalent bachelor’s degree from an accredited college/university.
  • Certifications:  In lieu of a Bachelor’s degree, the Support Lead shall have one of the following certifications to comply with Department of Defense (DoD) 8570.01-M IAT Level II Baseline Certification requirements: Cisco Certified Network Associate(CCNA) Security, Cybersecurity Analyst+(CySA+), Global Industrial Cyber Security Professional(GICSP), Global Information Assurance Certification’s Security Essentials(GSEC), Security+ CE, Systems Security Certified Practitioner(SSCP).
  • Work Experience: The Support Lead shall have five (5) years Navy or equivalent experience which substantially satisfies working with the following: 
    • Navy deployment and / or training scheduling
    • Navy Operational Readiness
    • Project Management
    • Strategy and Risk Assessment
    • Navy Enterprise Networks
    • Aviation Operations and Training Readiness knowledge highly recommended.
    • Commander, U.S. Pacific Fleet (CPF) Navy Marine Corp Intranet (NMCI) procurement process.
    • NMCI Enterprise Tools (NET)
    • Commander, U.S. Pacific Fleet (CPF) Outside Continental United States(OCONUS) Navy Enterprise Networks (ONE-NET) procurement process
    • Navy Information Technology Approval Systems (NAV-ITAS) process and procedures.
    • Defense Logistics Agency(DLA) Multi-Function Device(MFD) procurement and sustainment process and procedures.
    • Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Outlook, SharePoint).

 

Clearance: Secret Clearance

Geography: San Diego, CA

 

Cydecor and Ironclad provide equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment and prohibits discrimination and harassment of any type without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin, disability status, genetics, protected veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local laws.





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