The Naval Nuclear Laboratory (NNL) Information Technology Storage Infrastructure team is responsible for the design, procurement, deployment and operation of the Naval Reactors Program's enterprise hardware, software, and backup storage solutions.
The successful candidate will work in a technically diverse and dynamic environment with a team of engineers and administrators in all aspects of operating and managing the storage infrastructure supporting the Naval Reactors Program.
NNL has an immediate opening to manage and maintain the backup infrastructure on the NR Program's systems. The duties include but are not limited to:
Setup, monitor and perform troubleshooting for daily online and archived backups.
Migration of data from old to new backup archives.
Design and develop enterprise-wide backup systems including use of specialized applications and COTS software.
Coordinate initial setup, installation, and decommissioning of backup systems.
Produce documentation, including operating procedures, equipment configurations, and user guides.
Participation in the planning, forecasting, budgeting, and procurement processes for backup systems.
Implement and enforce security policies and procedures.
Perform system analysis, storage allocation, and group administration as well as the selection and configuration of security controls, license managers, and other systems to enable users to share files and obtain access to networked software.
Design, develop, and maintain programs and scripts, in accordance with software engineering policies, in the creation of automation tools and system utilities to simplify administrative tasks and/or improve ease of use of backup systems.
Interprets configuration management and release engineering procedures to ensure proper configurations and compliance are maintained.
Consult with vendors and provides technical assistance in resolving hardware and software issues.
Review publications and attends technical conferences to enhance knowledge of emerging backup methodologies and technologies.
Mentor and train less experienced members of the Storage Infrastructure team.
Senior Systems Analyst:
Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university and a minimum of six years relevant experience; or
Master’s degree in a related field from an accredited college or university and a minimum of four years relevant experience
Principal IT Professional:
Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university and a minimum of nine years relevant experience; or
Master’s degree in a related field from an accredited college or university and a minimum of seven years relevant experience
Knowledge of NetApp storage technologies
Knowledge of design and administering enterprise backup systems (Networker/CommVault)
Experience administering enterprise storage and backup solutions using industry standards and technology trends
Scripting and automation skills (e.g., PowerShell, vbscript, etc.)
Strong technical writing skills
Experience in managing a large backup infrastructure
Demonstrated ability to work within a team structure