• GCCS-J Administrator

    Job Locations US-CA-San Diego
    Posted Date 3 weeks ago(3 weeks ago)
    Job ID
    Clearance Level
    Secret Clearance
  • Overview

    Do you want to join a fast-growing, dynamic company working on the latest technology contracts across the country?


    ISPA Technology is that company. We have been listed 3 years in a row on the Inc. 5000 Fastest Growing Companies. We offer a great company culture, competitive salary & bonus potential, a superior benefits package and much more.  


    Job Description:


    We are looking for an experienced GCCS-J administrator/Integrator for a Tier-3 level position supporting our office in San Diego, CA. 


     Desired Skills:

    • Former OS with GCCS system admin experience
    • Former OS with Link 16 experience
    • Coalition experimentation then Link 11 experience would also be desirable
    • IAT-II and IAM-II compliant having Security +, Network +, and/or CISSP certifications also desirable
    • Previous Experience working with military commands, including Naval Warfare Development Command, SYSCOMS, TYCOMS, fleet staff and Allies/Coalition partners.
    • Previous military operational experience utilizing Navy C4ISR systems at multiple command levels, Sysadmin, Linux, UNIX experience preferred


    Required Skills & Experience:

    • at least 3 years’ experience as an systems administration administrator
    • Must have knowledge of Solaris 10, RedHat Linux 6/7, and MS Windows 7/10
    • Must be familiar with configuration, administration and troubleshooting Oracle and Sybase Databases and Weblogic application servers
    • Must understand Command and Control policy and practices
    • Must have previous GCCS system administrator experience

    Education & Certifications:

    • Bachelor’s degree in Engineer, Computer Science or related fields (desired)

    Security Clearance:

    • Active SECRET Security Clearance is required


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