• Webmaster

    Job ID
    # of Openings
    Job Locations
    US-LA-Ft Polk
    Information Technology
  • Overview

    BlueWater Federal Solutions is a dynamic and nimble systems integration firm providing professional services and IT solutions to the Federal Government throughout the nation. We are viewed by our Federal Customers (Air Force, DHS, Army, Navy, CENTCOM, DHA, EPA, GSA) as a trusted partner with a track record of successful past performance and superior customer value.


    Without question, our company's strength lies in our people – Over 250 men and women who are deeply passionate about client partnership, reliable delivery, and successful results. We are looking for individuals who share this aspiration and invite you to join us in work that truly makes a difference for our clients.


    BlueWater Federal is looking for a talented Webmaster to support the Joint Readiness Training Center (JRTC) Operations Group at Ft Polk. The Joint Readiness Training Center (JRTC) has a requirement to provide a mobile satellite communications capability to replicate the communications infrastructure found in expected areas of operation of rotational training units.


    • Operate, maintain, sustain the Replicated Internet (RI).
    • Develop and maintain an organization's web site or intranet site.
    • Coordinate across the organization to publish or develop new content.
    • Monitor site traffic and helps scale site capacity to meet traffic demands and performance expectations.
    • Perform backups, manage databases, and administer security.


    • Associates Degree in a related technical discipline is desired
    • 2+ years of web development experience including working knowledge of HTML, JavaScript, and SQL.
    • Must have an active Secret clearance.
    • Must meet the Information Assurance Technician (IAT) Level I requirements by having one of the following certifications: A+CE, Network+ CE, CCNA-Sec, or SSCP


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