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Seeking a Senior Systems Administrator to support work at EPA’s National Center for Computational Toxicology, Durham, NC.
This position will provide technical assistance, analysis and troubleshooting of a variety of Linux systems. The systems will need to be maintained and optimized through daily, weekly and monthly patching, upgrades, and tuning as required. This position will assist other personnel with the implementation of the operating system releases and help to maintain the operational status of systems. Tasks will include the development of recommendations for the acquisition of hardware and software necessary to support future IT requirements.
Seeking a Senior DevOps Engineer to support work at the US EPA National Center for Computational Toxicology in Durham, NC.
This is a new position to utilize DevOps best practices to improve and automate the development, deployment, and delivery processes, working from beginning to end, including finalizing the selection of tools, technologies and automation processes.
Development activities will include continuous integration, continuous delivery, continuous testing, and continuous monitoring.
Selected candidate will work collaboratively with the software engineering teams to design continuous integration best practices, deploy applications and automate operations and processes.
Implement an automated process for product delivery and full lifecycle management
Apply best practices to the configuration, build, release, and defect management processes.
Support application development teams.
Write clear technical documentation of the developed processes and automation for use by developers, system administrators, and testers.
Interpret requirements and perform analyses to ensure that objectives are met.
Perform other duties as required.
Update 9/23: Transition on temporary hold due to an award protest.
This posting is for the registration of incumbent contractors supporting the National Centers for Coastal Ocean Science (NCCOS) laboratories in Charleston, Oxford, Beaufort, and Kasitsna Bay, supporting the NCCOS Headquarters in Silver Spring. Please follow the instructions to submit your resume and answer some preliminary questions.
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CSS is seeking a project manager with demonstrated experience working and supporting KSC utilities and infrastructure, serving as liaison and point of contact for commercial construction projects requiring interface with KSC, commercial aerospace providers, and utility vendors. Knowledge of the Exploration Park infrastructure, excellent communication and coordination skills, and a good working relationship with KSC and their contractors is a must. The utility manager will oversee and assume responsibility as Space Florida’s point of contact for customer construction in Exploration Park and other locations as required. The utility manager will serve as the authorized point of contact for all tasks assigned and include, but not limited to, attendance at meetings; review and comment construction plans, provide input to support sustaining and maintaining ExPark infrastructure; coordinate activities with stakeholders; serve as utility coordinator across ExPark 1, II, SLSL, and NASA; document and maintain records of construction activities.
CSS is seeking qualified candidates to be considered for a facility manager position within its space programs division. The ideal candidate will have demonstrated experience managing budgets, schedules and resources required for the successful operation and maintenance of private use airports, physical plants, occupied buildings and/or light manufacturing facilities. The facility manager will supervise a diverse staff of employees, ensuring proper scheduling of activities, resource allocation, and task-time management. The facility manager will be expected to work alongside employees to accomplish tasks and scheduled work as needed. This position will serve as the primary point of contact and customer interface for CSS, providing responsive and professional communications to the customer, developing and submitting information and reports in a timely manner, and responding to customer concerns and requests for support. This position will include, but is not limited to the following duties: attendance at meetings; review, develop and estimate responses to task order requests; conduct financial analysis of expenditures and costs in support of invoice development; and develop and maintain all records of meetings, minutes, actions, etc.
CSS is seeking experienced, professional candidates to be considered as program managers in support of on-site federal customer service contracts. The successful program manager will be experienced in managing professional and technical staff responsible for conducting occupational health and safety programs including industrial hygiene, health physics, medical surveillance, safety and mission assurance. Direct responsibilities include developing technical task order responses and budgets, managing deliverables and costs, preparing progress reports, conducting project performance analyses, and offering excellent customer service and communication.