CACI is seeking an enthusiastic Windows Systems Administrator. Join the CACI team to utilize your skills to be involved with supporting real time special communications for a global enterprise.
This opportunity offers very rewarding and unique benefits, which equates to 50% of compensation on TOP of your base salary! The first part is a tax-qualified profit-sharing retirement plan, to which CACI annually contributes up to 25% of your base salary (not in excess of applicable IRS limits) to your retirement account. The second component consists of an Individual Benefit Account (IBA), which is used for premiums, medical reimbursements, dependent care, education and Paid Time Off (PTO) policy. Both components of the benefit package are paid for by CACI, in addition to your base salary and potential performance bonuses. We believe in a healthy home/work balance and our locations offer a wide variety of activities to balance with your work life.
More About This Role:
As a multi-functional system administrator on the BEETHOVEN contract, you will be on a team of 60 individuals spread across two locations, where you will be part a team that provide Window Systems Administration support to real-time operational activities to providing special communications to users around the world. Operations are of the highest priority and you will be working with a team of professionals dedicated to supporting on going or planned missions. Critical thinking skills are essential to resolving problems and clear communications skills are essential when communicating with the team, its users, and individuals in leadership roles. Familiarity with the NRO mission and the organization is helpful as you will be working with various external organizations such as the communications directorate and various acquisition offices and contractors that deliver new capabilities on a routine basis.
A typical day-in-the-life of a system administrator will provide a daily a status to the team regarding system checks and routine maintenance activities, participation in problem diagnosis and resolution, support technical engineering meetings (TEM)s, and support testing and verification of new system capabilities when required. The ability to work and communicate effectively with government project officers and senior leaders is a plus. Applicants need to be operations oriented, self-starters and understand the demands of maintaining mission operations to include on call support.
The core hours are between 7 am and 4 pm, but can be flexible, as long as those hours are covered by other team members. The position is primarily a day position, Monday through Friday but requires conducting morning systems checks prior to government 0830 status meetings and responding to system issues if mission impact demands a higher level of attention. The systems are robust and do not normally require after hour weekend support but the potential for such occasion is there. In the event of afterhours support and the issue cannot be resolved over the phone, the candidate must be able to report to the duty location within a 2 hour window.
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What We Can Offer You:
- We’ve been named a Best Place to Work by the Washington Post.
- Our employees value the flexibility at CACI that allows them to balance quality work and their personal lives.
- We offer competitive benefits and learning and development opportunities.
- We are mission-oriented and ever vigilant in aligning our solutions with the nation’s highest priorities.
- For over 55 years, the principles of CACI’s unique, character-based culture have been the driving force behind our success.