The Defense & Intelligence Group at Leidos currently has an opening for a Desktop Support at The Pentagon.
The AFNCR IT Services program provides support services for information systems for Headquarters Air Force (HAF), Air Force District of Washington (AFDW), Office of the Secretary of Defense (OSD), Joint Chiefs of Staff, and other Air Force activities within the AFNCR, missions to include the Pentagon, Joint Base Andrews (JBA), Joint Base Anacostia-Bolling (JBAB), and other locations, leased spaces, and alternate sites. The major support areas required are: IT Operations and Maintenance; Plans, Projects, and Engineering (PP&E); and National Military Command Center (NMCC). The senior leaders and national defense missions that are supported require that the AFNCR operations never fail, resulting in a fast-paced, challenging, but also rewarding environment.
Desktop support is responsible for providing AF Senior Officers client sight service, repair and/or installation support of existing hardware, software, network configurations and new system initiatives for all sites within area of responsibility. Duties may include providing roving site support services as well as assisting in the development and ensuring adherence to area-wide procedural/policy changes.
Desktop Support is divided into three teams to support the Pentagon, JBA, and JBAB. The Desktop Support team will support all desktops and multi-functional devices at the Pentagon, JBA, JBAB, Alternate Sites, and Event/Conferences. Additionally Desktop Support handles routine requirements, like new customer installs, small office moves, and technical refresh. Desktop Support handles approximately 18,000 NIPR desktops, laptops, and tablets/iPads and iPhones; approximately 3,500-4,000 SIPR desktops; and all printers connected to the AFNCR network. Desktop Support personnel are responsible for creating and maintaining a central repository for technical advice and solutions of network systems, software applications assistance, automatic data processing support, hardware exchange, and repair service support. Assisting with reporting network performance metrics using Remedy Action Reporting System. Utilize Remedy to enter, document, track, coordinate, route, resolve, and close user ticket issues. Work with HQ software license manager to prevent unlicensed software on the network.
High School diploma or equivalent and 5+ years of prior relevant experience.
Current possess a current Security+ CE Certification
Currently possess an active DoD Secret Security Clearance
Strong communication skills (both verbal and written).
Comfortable discussing technical information with users and other support personnel.
Ability to quickly learn new systems and IT concepts.
Strong problem solving and decision making skills.
Ability to work autonomously as well as an integral member of a team.