BlueWater Federal Solutions

Sr Network Engineer

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BlueWater Federal is looking for a Network Engineer to support the Department of Energy in their DC headquarters. 


The effort will focus on a wide range of IT services through migration to the Intelligence Community (IC) information sharing, secure cloud-based operational environment, the Intelligence Community’s Information Technology Enterprise (ICITE) along with an array of technical expertise and analytical support which allows DOE and the United States Intelligence Community (USIC) to detect, protect, mitigate, and counter hostile threats directed against DOE networks and critical national assets.



  • Define requirements to design/redesign and deploy Heterogenous Network Environments (Cloud Computing Network & On-Premises)
  • Support the analysis and recommendations for the continuous improvement of cloud network and security
  • Implement, upgrade, configure network monitoring tools such as SolarWinds
  • Comply with configuration management, change management and other policy management documentation requirements


  • Bachelor's degree or equivalent and 15+ years networking experience
  • Experience managing and monitoring Cisco and Juniper platforms
  • Experience managing and monitoring Cloud Computing platforms (AWS, GovCloud, C2S)
  • Experience automating monitoring and reporting
  • Experience troubleshooting complex layer 2 and layer 3 issues
  • Project Management tracking tools such as JIRA
  • COMSEC Monitoring/Inventory Tools such as GEM-X and GEMONE
  • Must have an active Top Secret clearance; highly desired is a TS with SSBI within last 2 years or Q clearance or SCI.


BlueWater Federal is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, or protected veteran status and will not be discriminated against on the basis of disability.


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