esolution of the alarm conditions, including filtering and correlating fault information
- identifying the fault condition and its impacts - isolating root causes - coordinating correction of fault situations regardless of the fault in the infrastructure
Notify necessary points of contacts based on essential or heightened awareness networks, circuits or location of incidents
Incident Analysis (Fault Isolation):
Support the fault isolation process
diagnoses and troubleshoot utilizing procedures to isolate where the fault occurs
identify failed network element(s) https://i.e. systems, hardware, software, circuits, or facilities.
Activities include: testing, fault troubleshooting, fault localization, fault logging and assignment
Support all customers to include providing global situational awareness support.
Verify that service has been restored upon resolution of all customer-initiated tickets
Restore networks and service to full operation
Coordinate with other service providers as necessary to track service restoration and meet the DISN SLA and customer negotiated SLAs.
Identify failures that are attributable to a different causes and impacts
Provide updates on outages from technicians and/or government incident tickets until a resolution or path to resolution is identified and documented in ticket.
Provide 24/7/365 sustainment support for outages, degradation of services and Tier 1/Tier 2 support
Provide timely situational awareness to leadership and the impacted community within discovery and ticket creation using approved communication methods as outlined
Record, assess, track, and monitor incident tickets escalated to operational infrastructure.
Demonstrate general knowledge of training, standard operating procedures, and tools within O&M
Effectively communicates with the O&M team and the customer.
Works directly with Shift lead and O&M leadership for guidance
Demonstrate proficiency in functions within the DISN: routers, switches, crypto devices, routing, DSN/DRSN, Video Services, Promina, CISCO, Juniper, MSPP, DWDM, Optical Switching, etc.
High school and 1-3 years of experience.
Must have DoD-8570 IAT Level 2 baseline certification (Security+ CE, or equivalent) at start date.
Ability to work in a 24/7 operation.
Experience with one or more of the following: alarm surveillance, fault management, LAN maintenance, performance management.
Expertise in two or more of the following: routers, switches, crypto devices, routing, DSN/DRSN, Video Services, Promina, CISCO, Juniper, MSPP, DWDM, Optical Switching.
General understanding of network topologies, both transport and IP.
Currently possess an active Secret security clearance and be able to obtain and maintain a Top-Secret security clearance.
Pay Range $37,https://050.00 - $66,https://975.00
The Leidos pay range for this job level is a general guideline only and not a guarantee of compensation or salary. Additional factors considered in extending an offer include (but are not limited to) responsibilities of the job, education, experience, knowledge, skills, and abilities, as well as internal equity, alignment with market data, applicable bargaining agreement (if any), or other law.