Location: Contractor Place of Business
Dates: 1 yr + 3*1-yr option
Clearance (if required): Secret
This position will work off-site (contractor site) with periodic meetings at the customer’s site in Battle Creek, MI.
The candidate is responsible for formulating/defining specifications for complex operating software programming applications or modifies/maintains complex existing applications using engineering releases and utilities from the manufacturer. They will design, code, test, debug, and document those programs. The candidate provides overall operating system maintenance, such as sophisticated file maintenance routines, large telecommunications networks, computer accounting, and advanced mathematical/scientific software packages. They will assist all phases of software systems programming applications and evaluate new and existing software products.
The candidate will support DLA Blogs by assisting in the planned moved from the WordPress-based Blogs functionality into a SharePoint based functionality. They will assist with the maintenance of the current WordPress environment until it is finished being moved into SharePoint. The contractor will also be required to complete the plan if the plan has not been completed prior to contract award.
The candidate will support the EBS Reporting utilizing SharePoint and the Microsoft SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS). The Software Systems Engineer will maintain the EBS Reporting system and architecture through enhancements and exception coding to address the needs of DLA. The Contractor shall assist Information Assurance by implementing mitigation in order to provide, situational awareness to ensure the health and scalability and implementation of EBS Reporting. There is a plan in place for this functionality to migrate to another platform (not supported by Enterprise Media) by 1st quarter of 2019.
They will also Work with DLA CERT to implement business and compliance requirements for all task areas under this contract. Content includes any DLA application including, but not limited to, correlation rules, data monitors, reports, event annotation stages, case customization, active lists, and pattern discovery. Testing and tuning of the content developed is required and coincides with the development process. Content development based upon the customers identified use cases.
1. Analyze DoD directives, business guidelines, and IA policies for criteria on content development
2. Develop network and asset models to enhance the IA posture and take advantage of advanced scanning capabilities
3. Analyze events found in the application logs to validate the architecture and procedures, define new procedures, and identify events of interest in support of report incident response
Responsibilities / Required Skills:
a. MCSE: Business Intelligence (retired)
b. MCSE: Data Platform (retired)
c. MCSE: Data Management and Analytics
d. MSCE: SharePoint (retired)
e. MCSE: Productivity
f. MCSD: SharePoint Applications (retired)
g. MCSD: App Builder
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