Adapt Forward

Active Directory Engineer

(Multiple states) - Full Time

Job Description:

The contractor shall provide to include but not be limited by the following tasks:

  • Support requirements development process for new or modified Directory Services solutions
  • Provide guidance to the Technical Requirements Management Function to capture, evaluate and validate new or modified Directory Services system requirements, to include acquisition needs
  • Coordinate with the Solutions Architecture Function to provide Directory Services subject matter expertise to define high-level solutions that determine how Directory Services solutions would be modified, scaled, or used to support business activities
  • Support, for COTS systems, procurement activities associated with the purchase or development of new systems and services associated with the Enterprise Directory Services environment
  • Identify component requirements to support interoperability with other approved directory services
  • Engineer new or modified capabilities within Directory Services
  • Select and maintain tools and documents to support the building or acquisition of new or upgrade directory services solutions
  • Prepare system designs, such as installation and configuration guides for directory service systems and supporting tools
  • Deliver directory service automation tools and policies that allow for directory object management
  • Design, for GOTS systems, detailed engineering plans for directory service solutions that meet the requirements defined in the provided architecture
  • Provide Tier III subject matter expert-level technical support to Directory Service-oriented solutions
  • Provide integration and deployment support as Directory Services solutions migrate into the MHS environment, including support for performing the initial integration testing of deployed directory services solutions
  • Provide Tier III technical support for Directory Service-related issues within the MHS production environment, including for those solutions that support enterprise-wide IT infrastructure capabilities such as, but not limited to:
    • Enterprise Messaging
    • General Enterprise Management
    • Communications solutions
    • Enterprise user and network management solutions
    • Enterprise server solutions Virtualization solutions and strategies.
    • Establishing directory service trust between environments
    • Engineering directory services components of agile mobile solutions and device management
    • Engineering directory service components of future IT services within the DoD Cloud

Required Skills/Qualifications:

  • Strong communication skills, especially in writing
  • Ability to work well on a team, and comfortable in a lead or follower role
  • Ability to complete assignments on time and to high quality standards
  • Active Directory

Desired Certifications:

  • Security+
  • Operating System Certification
  • SSCP, ISC2

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