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big work event day

work today:
visited hosting facility, whee. racks and cables and big machines. my favorite part is when they talk about money.
said goodbye to the close friend i made on mids, who was laid off today. sigh.
more to come, i'm sure. working for a company this big makes a person feel very insignificant.

If you do know someone interested let me know and I can put them in contact with my dad. This is for CACI.

Network Operations and Control
Work Location - Fort Meade
Clearance Required - TS+

Assist with installations, implementation, performs tests, fault isolation and resolution of a global network. Monitors, trouble shoots and resolves network problems. Maintains a range of communications network components and systems. Performs these functions across a wide range of network facilities and equipment, including physical media, CSUs, intelligent multiplexers, Sonet and ATM devices, routers, bridges, gateways and related network management components. Utilizes monitoring, performance analysis and network management equipment to trouble shoot and isolate problems, gauge network performance and track data, voice, video and imagery circuits.

Requires Bachelor's degree or equivalent experience, and 5-7 years of related (telecommunication analysis) experience. Must have N.E.T. product experience (i.e., IDNX/Promina) and basic communication and Wide Area Network troubleshooting skills. Must be able to work in a mixed customer/contractor environment and possess good communications skills. Must have a TS/SCI clearance, a current SSBI and have held the SCI clearance within the past 6 months. Must be able to pass a full scope polygraph test.



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Jan. 30th, 2004 07:31 pm (UTC)
What's a full scope polygraph test? I did a google search for it and it came back with nothing.
Jan. 30th, 2004 07:40 pm (UTC)
I asked my dad to drop a comment if he knew. I personally have no idea.
Jan. 30th, 2004 07:45 pm (UTC)
There are several different kinds of polygraphs that can be given. This is likely one where they ask you a whole bunch of stuff about what you do, what you are, and stuff like that. There is also a "Lifestyle" polygraph. That gets into all the weird s*** (sex, alternative lifestyle, religion, politics, etc...). Passing is little more than being able to honestly answer every question without seeming evasive. Problem is that a lot of the interviewers for these polygraph tests have little to no sense of humor, or biological need. Be prepared for a rough time.
Jan. 30th, 2004 07:48 pm (UTC)
Thde type of work done requires the highest possible security concerns. Eligible candidates will be informed.
Jan. 31st, 2004 05:14 am (UTC)
Cool picture..
Feb. 2nd, 2004 05:33 pm (UTC)
in another 2 years :)
Oh...and when I went on my trip to HI, the gov't people governing this contract offered me a job - they're gonna run my resume and see what they can get me
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