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Active Directory / Group Policy Administrator

ASM Research

This is a Contract position in Midway, GA posted October 8, 2021.

Responsible for supporting the day-to-day operations of multiple Active Directory Environments, to include proper functioning of the systems, the health of multiple forests, view logs, and troubleshoot problems as they arise.

The support of these requirements are for both the NIPRNET and SIPRNET.

Position may require to work longer hours on given days and/or weekends, depending on operational needs and contingencies, (i.e., installation and testing during non-peak hours).

Job Responsibilities ​ Support subset applications to support Active Directory as a whole, i.e., Advanced Group Policy Management (AGPM), Azure Active Directory Connect (AADConnect) and Active Directory Federation Services (ADFS) and support, monitoring active directory.

Possess working knowledge of certificate-based authentication and PKI infrastructure.

Keep the Active Directory environment up to date with the latest Microsoft updates/patches and DISA Security Technical Implementation Guidelines to ensure compliance with Information Assurance programs within DLA.

Oversee Active Directory Administrator work performance; provide guidance on policy and procedures of operations of the environment.

Adaptable to the needs of his support group.

Working with the automation, reporting, and policy team.

Automation of repetitive task and generation of reports using PowerShell and other scripting languages.

Support of Quest Active Roles.

Familiar Quest Active Roles and have the ability to support the product.

Ability to troubleshoot windows server and SQL issues is a plus.

Minimum Qualifications Bachelor’s Degree in Information Technology, Computer Science or a related field or equivalent relevant experience; Master’s Degree preferred.

Seven (7) years of progressive experience in Microsoft Windows Server 2008 r2 or newer administration, Microsoft Active Directory 2016 or newer administration, and/or Microsoft Exchange 2010 or newer administration experience.

Experience should include at least five projects in one or more of these technical areas.

At least one project must have occurred within the past three (3) years.

Two (2) years of Microsoft PowerShell for AD experience Certification(s): Computing Environment: MCSE: 2012, MCSA: WS2012, MCSE 2016, MCSA WS2016, Microsoft Azure Administrator Associate, Microsoft Azure Solutions Architect Expert, or other approved Microsoft computing environment certification Security Requirements: Sensitivity Level: IT-I
– Critical Sensitive Clearance: Secret IAT Level III (CASP, CISSP, or equivalent) Other Job Specific Skills Six years’ experience with Active Directory occurring within the past two years At least four years of experience with scripting automation using Vbscript, powershell, or other scripting languages.

Three years’ experience using PowerShell to automate task.

At least four years’ experience with Group Policy Management Manage, plan, and implement AD in an Enterprise Network.

Modifies AD Schema.

Manage AD sites and Services.

Manage AD Physical architecture and AD Logical architecture.

Design, plans and implement AD Sites and Subnets.

Monitor and troubleshoot AD replication.

Prepare a Domain Controller Strategy.

Manages AD Domains and Trust.

Design, plan, implement and manage Organizational Units (OUs).

Monitor and performs backup and restore of AD.

Create AD disaster recover documentation.

Design, plans, implement, and, manage group policies for an enterprise environment.

Plans and performs Group Policy optimization, security, etc.

Performs Group Policy backup and recovery.

Manages administrative templates for Group Policies.

Creates a strategy for configuring the user environment and the computer environment with Group Policy.

Maintain security compliances at the domain controller server and domain level using all applicable DOD security check list and tasking’s.