At Naval Nuclear Laboratory (NNL) a culture of diversity, teamwork, and collaboration are key to our success. Join a company that is just as focused on its employees as it is on its customer. The NNL IT Department is looking for an Application Hosting Administrator. This person will join a team who manages various hosting platforms for custom developed applications, designs and implements next generation hosting infrastructure, and supports a number of applications for our lines of business. They will set-up, configure, monitor and maintain the servers supporting this hosting environment. Join our team dedicated to delivering exceptional IT service supporting the world’s best Navy!
Required Skills *
- Bachelor’s degree in a related field from an accredited college or university
- Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university and a minimum of two years relevant experience; or
- Master’s degree in a related field from an accredited college or university and a minimum of one year relevant experience
- Previous experience supporting COTS applications such as Microsoft .NET, Microsoft Azure, Adobe ColdFusion, etc.
- Application development, including integrations with COTS applications.
- Demonstrated ability in both verbal and written forms of communication with colleagues in a teaming environment.
- Broad knowledge of infrastructure (network, database, and servers), scripting, and security policies.
- Planning and managing the product life-cycles of existing and new implementations, including applying periodic operating system and application patches.
- Participating in the solution development process and ensuring that customer requests and needs are represented within the product.
- Collaborating with individuals internal and external to IT when planning and supporting hosting infrastructure.
- Thoroughly documenting processes, procedures, configurations and test plans.
- Ability to work on multiple task assignments simultaneously while maintaining accuracy on all work efforts.
- Ability to work collaboratively with technical and non-technical teams