Military Sealift Engineering Lab (MCEL) Manager

Location: Norfolk, VA

Type: Full Time

Min. Experience: Experienced

 Company Overview

Watershed Security, LLC is an 8(a) Certified, Veteran Owned Small Business and we are the leader in Cyber Security Services. We provide the very best value to government and commercial entities, through proven past performance, sound management, and industry experts at competitive rates. Our risk identification and avoidance strategies provide a cost-efficient solution to our customers enhancing the security posture of any entity. Watershed Security’s team of DoD cleared personnel deliver superior, low risk solutions for Cyber Security, IT Engineering, and Program and Project Management.

Job Summary

The Military Sealift Engineering Lab (MCEL) fills a critical role for the C4 program, providing a facility to support the design, development, testing, and troubleshooting of C4 capabilities, ensuring MSC Afloat IT systems are developed to a rigorous system engineering standard prior to their use in the MSC fleet. The Military Sealift Engineering Lab (MCEL) fills a critical role for the C4 program, providing a facility to support the design, development, testing, and troubleshooting of C4 capabilities, ensuring MSC Afloat IT systems are developed to a rigorous system engineering standard prior to their use in the MSC fleet.

Responsibilities and Duties

  • Ensure MCEL is in compliance with all DOD and Navy mandates and maintains an Authority to Operate (ATO)
  • Ability to provide development, software integration and validation testing for the MSC Shipboard Management Information Systems (SMIS) Afloat classified and unclassified environments
  • Hands on experience with Microsoft Hyper-V
  • Hands on experience with Microsoft Windows XP/7/10, Server 2008 R2, 2012 and Microsoft Outlook 
  • Solid understanding of network and system security principles and techniques
  • Development of standard operating procedures (SOPs) for network devices, virtual machine hosts, and virtual machine guest deployment (installation, configuration, et. al.)
  • Testing and integrating system requirements
  • Network development and software integration and validation
  • Presenting test report results to all level of management
  • Manage MCEL support staff, direct troubleshooting efforts related to technical issues of MCEL systems or connections to ANOC or NGW
  • Maintaining Authority to Operate (ATO)
  • Managing software library in accordance with configuration management  and configuration policy
  • Ability to successfully manage relationships between various divisions, vendors, and resources
  • Provide post implementation results as assigned
  • Maintain MCEL in accordance with all current Navy mandates.

Qualifications and Skills

  • DOD Directive 8560.01 IAM Level 2 or current equivalent (CISSP, CISM, GSLC, CASP, CAP)
  • Windows Server 2008 or 2012 certification
  • Active SECRET clearance
  • Experience managing software library in accordance with configuration management policy
  • Experience successfully reporting, defining policies, methods & procedures and best practices
  • Provide post implementation results as assigned
  • Excellent written and verbal communication abilities
  • Experience with prioritizing system/software testing with regards to MSC ship requirements

Benefits and Perks

Watershed Security offers outstanding compensation and benefits including company paid medical and dental, short-term disability, tuition reimbursement, 401K plan with a generous match, 15 days of PTO to start and 10 paid holidays per year.

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