Network Analyst/Instructor

Company Name:
KEYW Corporation
The Network Analyst/Instructor is a duel role position with the primary function of an instructor and the secondary function of a network analyst. The Network Analyst/Instructor will assist the Instructional Designer with creating, conducting and instructing a foundational course demonstrating the technologies, techniques, tradecraft, operations and procedure utilized during the complete lifecycle of a current CNO project through experience building scenarios. By performing secondary duties as an analyst, the analysts/instructors will be current on operational guidance in order to maintain a contemporary course curriculum. These duties are included solely for maintaining instructor subject matter relevancy.
Required Skills:
At least two years knowledge and current practical experience with Analyst tools
Demonstrated experience with Solaris, Linux, and Windows operating systems
Demonstrated experience and knowledge with network administration
Ability to configure and install a training environment for use during training
At least two years of experience conducting professional training to include podium instruction and e-learning platform
At least two years of experience developing technical documentation
Desired Skills:
Experience with Windows Host/Network Forensics
Experience with Penetration testing with Linux or Windows Networks
Experience with on-line learning management software such as Moodle
At least two years of experience using software programming languages such as C++, JAVA, Python, and Perl
Former ROC operator
Specialized Certification:
VCP or comprehensive VMware experience
CCNA or demonstrated networking experience
Location: Annapolis Junction, MD
Degree: Bachelors Degree in a related field.
Clearance: Positions require a Top Secret security clearance, based on current background investigation (SBI), as well as the favorable completion of polygraph. Clearance and polygraph processing will be completed by the U.S. Government.
KEYW is an Equal Opportunity Employer EOE, M/F/D/V.
Date: 2014-03-13
Country: US
State: MD
City: Annapolis Junction
Category: Training

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