Senior IT Architecture SME

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AAF Recruiting Services
Active Top Secret Clearance
Experience supporting DoD IT programs, and Coalition (e.g., NATO, NATO/ISAF, and Operation Enduring Freedom), COCOM, or COCOM-connected organizations (e.g., Joint Task Forces, and Service support components, such as US Fleet Forces Command)
Experience managing network architecture functions in a DoD environment, preferably for NSS
Expertise in the use of the DoDAF for the development and maintenance of IT architectures
Direct, hands-on experience producing DoDAF and DoDAF-related artifacts and models, and in collecting, organizing and storing architecture data in a wide range of architecture tools, both commercial and Government-owned
Familiarity with DISAs responsibility for the technical aspects of JIE and DISAs leadership of the JTSO
Familiarity with plans for synchronizing MNIS processes with the MPE
Certification as a Master Certified IT Architect or equivalent
Hands-on experience with Alcatel, Cisco and Nortel optical products and ATM switches; Cisco ONS MSPP and routers; OMNI optical products; and, HP servers
DESMF credentials equivalent to the Information ITIL Foundation qualification
Undergraduate degree in engineering or IT; a Masters degree in engineering or IT is preferred
Certification as CCNP or CISSP and CCDP; also certification in CompTIA Cloud Essentials
Experience in network and network-related: architecture, engineering analysis, design and operations, security technologies and security and encryption standards, complex routing protocols, physical and LAN and WAN technologies, and wi-fi

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