The need to maintain our core Computer Science group is vital to provide the technical capabilities necessary to successfully execute NSA's mission. The increased complexity of supporting NSA's mission requires world class researchers, programmers, and developers who operate in teams in areas such as software engineering, information technology infrastructure, high performance computing, data science, architectures, computer security, and networking in order to design and develop advanced tools, techniques, and systems. Operational Computer Systems Analysts at the NSA play a vital role in providing computer support to achieve core NSA mission objectives by actively managing the functioning enterprise computer systems. As an Operational Computer Systems Analyst at NSA, responsibilities may include: - planning and coordinating the installation, testing, operating, troubleshooting, and maintenance of hardware and software systems - monitoring and maintaining computer system or network hardware or software applications - applying and managing the software designed to update or fix problems with a computer program or its supporting data - responding to customer requests for assistance, information, products or services - resolving customer concerns, problems, and complaints
NSA is in search of Computer Science professionals to solve complex problems, test innovative approaches and research new solutions to storing, manipulating, and presenting information. We are looking for you to apply your computer science expertise to projects that seek to create new standards for the transformation of information. If you want to develop technologies and tools and be a part of cutting edge innovations; join our team of experts! Help protect national security interests as part of the world's most advanced team of computer science professionals!
The qualifications listed are the minimum acceptable to be considered for the position. This position has a Cyberspace Workforce Improvement Program (CWIP) requirement. Candidates accepted to fill this position will be required to obtain a DoD 8570.01-M approved certification within six (6) months of assignment. Interested parties currently pursuing certification are also encouraged to apply. Additional requirements may be placed against the selectee, based on requirements defined within DoDD 8140.01 and DoD 8570.01-M 'Information Assurance Workforce Improvement Program'. Degree must be in a Computer Science, Information Systems, Information Technology, or a related field. Technical/vocational or military training certificate in a computer-related field is an acceptable substitute for the Associate Degree. Relevant experience must be in one or more of the following: systems administration, application administration, information technology support, or information technology management. Relevant certification can substitute for 1 year of experience. (Full Performance/Senior Level) ENTRY/DEVELOPMENTAL Entry is with a high school diploma or GED and either: (1) one year of relevant experience or (2) relevant certification (e.g., Microsoft Certified Solutions Expert, Red Hat Certified Engineer, CompTIA, A+). FULL PERFORMANCE Entry is with a high school diploma or GED plus 4 years of relevant experience, or an Associate's degree plus 2 years of relevant experience SENIOR Entry is with a high school diploma or GED plus 6 years of relevant experience, or an Associate's degree plus 4 years of relevant experience, or a Bachelor's degree plus 2 years of relevant experience.
The ideal candidate is someone with a desire for experiential learning and strong problem-solving, analytic and interpersonal skills who is: - willing to take the initiative - innovative - able to work effectively across several different functional areas in a collaborative environment - able to communicate effectively (both orally and written) - well-organized and able to handle multiple assignments Knowledge and experience in one or more of the following is desired: - network administration - system administration - Windows, LINUX and/or UNIX - virus detection and prevention - scripting languages (e.g., Bash)
Salary offers are based on candidates' education level and years of experience relevant to the position and also take into account information provided by the hiring manager/organization regarding the work level for the position. Salary ranges vary by location and work level. This position is hiring for Maryland, Georgia, and Texas. Salary Range: $23,440 - $138,868 (Entry - Senior) On-the job training, Internal NSA courses, and external training will be made available based on the need and experience of the selectee. Work Schedule: Monday - Friday, with basic 8 hr/day work requirements between 0600 and 1800 (flexible). Applicants should be aware that some of these jobs support 24/7 operations on 12 hour rotating shifts, based on mission requirements. Shift schedules may vary to include night shift.