Support the Army Cyber Mission with General Dynamics IT. The 2nd Regional Cyber Center, an exciting program focused on operations, maintenance and defense of the Army Land Warrior Network, is looking for network and systems administrators. Join this mission-minded team in Fort Huachuca, Ariz.

“GDIT is looking for all levels of network and systems administrators for this critical program,” said Jessie Zelkoski, recruiter at GDIT. “This is a great opportunity for IT professionals looking to expand their skills on the job, supporting this critical Army mission.”

The 2nd Regional Cyber Center provides IT support through this full-spectrum cyber defense operation. Interested in a cyber career that’s about the mission, not the mundane?

“This is a fast-moving, team-based environment and a great opportunity for veterans or IT professionals looking to move up and advance their skills,” said Zelkoski “Supporting the Regional Cyber Center, you leave work every day knowing you’ve made a critical impact to the warfighter.”

And as a part of the GDIT team, you’ll be able to take advantage of working with other professionals committed to giving their best, and a company committed to work-life balance. While the majority of positions are located in Fort Huachuca, candidates interested in relocating are encouraged to apply.

What skills are required?

Network administrators are responsible for configuring and troubleshooting routers, switches, stateful firewalls, and load balancers.  This requires basic subnetting, an understanding of dynamic routing protocols, multiple visual routing and forwarding (VRF) devices, security policies, and access-lists.  Systems administrators are responsible for Windows desktop and server support to include Active Directory, device configurations, and overall systems administration for the organizations IT assets. Applicants should have a CompTIA Security + certification and Secret security clearance.

Tips for Applying with GDIT

Because there are a variety of positions available, read the job description and make sure your skills fit. Have military training or experience? Indicate that in your resume, and make sure to list the tools or skill sets you see in the position description.

“It is always helpful to compare your resume and the job description side-by-side,” said Zelkoski “Then, make sure your resume reflects your experience with the IT tools listed. It may be helpful to list the specific IT skills at the top of your resume, along with your level of experience – that will easily show the recruiter you’re qualified for the position.”

If you have military training or experience with the IT systems, list that, as well. Be honest about your familiarity, but also your willingness to step in and learn on the job.

Interested in applying? Search the GDIT Career Site with the keyword “2RCC” to view and apply to all openings.

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