SCCM Engineer (Software Packaging)
The SCCM engineer works at Fort Meade and supports a large federal agency’s Software Release and Deployment team. The Engineer will perform Release and Deployment duties to support to a world-wide network.
The SCCM engineer will work on a Release and Deployment team required to package software using SCCM and PowerShell scripting.
Specific duties include, but not limited to:
- Experience creating, customizing, deploying and automating software packages using SCCM; experience with distribution of monthly security patches for Windows environments.
- Working knowledge of the management of highly available enterprise IT infrastructure and associated systems and support services, including Windows server, and infrastructure services.(SCCM).
- Experience with error logging/debugging and PowerShell scripting
- Responsible for Software Packaging and Patching
- Provide support to team members with the tools, knowledge, and support documentation required to support enterprise architecture
- Have flexible working hours to be available to support team when needed
- Attend work regularly to ensure all job duties are timely performed
- Other duties as assigned from time to time by management
Required Skills and Qualifications:
- Configuring and Troubleshooting TCP/IP protocol and network connection
- Strong System Administration experience, and advanced experience with SCCM
- Downloading and pushing service packs using Windows SUS
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills
- Ability to organize and facilitate planning and demonstrations
- Ability to track, manage, and ensure tasks are completed in a timely manner
Preferred Technical Knowledge
- A Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Science, Information Systems, Engineering, Telecommunications, or other related scientific or technical discipline is required.
- IAT Level II certification is required before start
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“Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability or protected veteran status”