• We offer competitive salaries and benefits
CYBERMEDIA TECHNOLOGIES CAREERS
• We are an equal opportunity employer
• We have a very diverse workforce
• We promote from within
• We live by our values
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Employee Benefits
Paid Vacation
Health Insurance Coverage
Career Training
Performance Bonus Programs
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401K Contribution

Careers

At Cybermedia Technologies, Inc., we promote a culture of leadership and entrepreneurship. We strongly believe that employees in every position can be leaders in motivating and bringing positive change to their team.

Our core values of character, commitment and customer focus, threads in everything we do. Excellence in service and integrity makes up the day-to-day experience at Cybermedia Technologies, Inc. We foster a culture of collaboration, respect, and innovation.

  • We offer competitive salaries and benefits
  • We are an equal opportunity employer
  • We have a very diverse workforce
  • We promote from within
  • We live by our values

If you are looking for a fun and challenging environment with talented, motivated people to work with, Cybermedia Technologies, Inc. is the right place for you.

Employee Benefits

In addition to employee salary, Cybermedia Technologies, Inc. offers an array of employee benefits including:

  • Paid vacation
  • Health insurance coverage
  • Career training
  • Performance bonus programs
  • 401K contribution

Current Job Opportunities

Job Title Systems Administrator

Job Location Suitland, MD

Security Requirement Active TS/SCI Level Mid

Experience 3-6 Years

Job purpose

As part of the USCG TISCOM TESS program which provides critical services and support to meet the demands of the USCG mission the purpose of the USCG Intelligence Program (CGIP) Information Systems Support effort is to acquire Unclassified and Classified – Engineering, Administration, and Operations Support services for United States Coast Guard Intelligence Program (CGIP) Information Systems. A CGIP Information System processes, stores, and/or transmit data and information utilized by the Coast Guard Intelligence Program to analyze and alert on maritime and other national security threats, protection of living marine resources, and safety of life at sea issues. Security, integrity and confidential of information is of paramount importance. CGIP Information System support focuses on providing reliable and available information technology solutions to aid in ensuring the Coast Guard maintains decision advantage in performing all of its myriad missions.

 

Duties and responsibilities

  • Researches and recommends upgrades or enhancements for the IT/system infrastructure, as needed.
  • Maintains awareness of technology evolution and proactively recommends further investigation where warranted.
  • Researches hardware and software issues and prepares system design specifications to meet requirements.
  • Ensures that security procedures are implemented and enforced. Applies IAVA/STIGs for servers.
  • Establishes policies and procedures regarding access methods and time, security validation checks, and documentation.
  • Evaluates, develops, and maintains servers and storage systems. Resolves downtime issues.
  • Acts as a technical lead for junior technicians, locally or spread across multiple locations.
  • Oversees the acquisition, installation, maintenance, and usage of systems that comprise the IT/system Infrastructure.
  • Develops and monitors policies and standards for allocation related to the use of computing resources.
  • Develops and implements testing strategies and documents results.
  • Makes recommendations to purchase hardware and software, coordinates installation and provides backup recovery.
  • Interacts with users and evaluates vendor products. Provides advice and training to end-users.
  • Maintains the integrity and security of servers and systems. Sets up administrator and service accounts. Maintains system documentation.
  • Manages the functionality and efficiency of a group of computers running on one or more operating systems.

 

Required Qualifications/Skills

  • Eight (8) years of additional experience, applicable training and/or certifications may be substituted for the Bachelor's Degree
  • System Administration skills in Red Hat Enterprise Linux
  • Experience with configuring and maintaining server hardware (blade and rackmount)
  • Experience configuring and maintaining VMware and virtualized environments
  • Experience with security tools\System Administration skills in Windows Server 2008 & 2012
  • Knowledge of networking fundamentals
  • Experience with scripting languages such as Windows Powershell and Unix shell for troubleshooting and automation of routine tasks
  • Experience maintaining multiple baseline environments (production, test, development)
  • Experience with installation and maintenance of authentication/authorization software e.g. Active Directory

 

Education Requirements

  • Required Education: Bachelors
  • Desired Education: Masters Desired (not required)
  • Experience with configuration management software
  • Security + Certification and CISSP
  • Experience with installation and maintenance of databases such as Oracle, SQL Server
  • Experience with interpretation and application of Security Technical Implementation Guides (STIGs)
  • Experience with installation and maintenance of application servers such as Apache Tomcat, JBoss, and WebLogic
  • Experience with installation and maintenance of web servers such as Apache HTTPD Experience with configuration management and software build processes
  • Experience with cybersecurity tools
  • Knowledgeable in license management and maintenance
  • Knowledge of shell scripting for troubleshooting and automation of routine tasks
  • Bachelor's Degree in a technical discipline and 6-12 years of experience in system administration.

 

Job Title Systems Administrator

Job Location Alameda, CA

Security Requirement Active TS/SCI Level Mid

Experience 5 Years

Job purpose

The USCG TISCOM TESS program provides critical services and support to meet the demands of the USCG mission. The purpose of this effort is to acquire Unclassified and Classified-Engineering, Administration and Operations Support services for the USCG Intelligence Program (CGIP) Information Systems. A CGIP Information System processes, stores, and/or transmit data and information utilized by the Coast Guard Intelligence Program to analyze and alert on maritime and other national security threats, protection of living marine resources, and safety of life at sea issues. Security, integrity and confidentiality of information is of paramoutn importance. CGIP Information System support focuses on providing reliable and available information technology solutions to aid in ensuring the Coast Guard maintains decision advantage in performing all of its myriad missions.

 

Duties and responsibilities

  • Provides system administration and customer support for MS Windows servers and workstations on Classified Secret and TS/SCI networks.
  • Incumbent administers U. S. Coast Guard systems, troubleshoots problems, configures both hardware and software, analyzes and assesses system performance, makes repairs and recommends corrective action.
  • Assists with LAN/WAN administration support systems on classified networks
  • Provides on-site systems and user support services to Coast Guard classified systems.
  • Provides Operational support for all servers including troubleshooting, upgrades and optimization of hardware and the Windows operating system(s) and Exchange.
  • Provides operational support and troubleshooting of the standard classified and unclassified imaged workstations.
  • Maintains storage data security and review data permission with primary data owners.
  • Performs storage data backups per established policies and standards.
  • Performs storage data archival per established policies and standards.
  • Analyzes the health and scalability of storage data.
  • Analyzes and recommend data security standards to ensure confidentiality, availability, and integrity.
  • Performs disaster recovery tests for storage and backup infrastructure in accordance with policy to ensure data integrity and availability.
  • Audits current data security restrictions such as access to network resources or data and recommend corrective action plans, as necessary.
  • Audits storage data for data files moves, data file creates, data file deletions, and data file modifications.
  • Audits data backups based on industry best practices on an on-going regular basis to ensure data.
  • Manages the storage environment to include incident, change, configuration, problem, quality and request management following an ITIL model in a hosting environment.
  • Maintains storage firmware including software upgrades and patches.
  • Interacts with users and evaluates vendor products related to storage and backup/recovery.
  • Makes recommendations to purchase hardware and software, coordinates installation and provides backup recovery.
  • Develops and monitors storage and backup/restore policies and standards.
  • Supports the installation, configuration, and operation of network and data storage solutions for disaster recovery (DR), Continuity of Operations (COOP) and failover requirements.
  • Assists with the design, installation, maintenance, and provision of the storage environment (storage arrays, storage area network (SAN), Network Attached Storage (NAS), backup devices and the related software) for all DR/COOP/failover sites in support of application and business requirements.
  • Assists with the design and review of the backup processes and assist Operations and Support Teams with the configuration and implementation of them.
  • Assist with the oversight and review of the local storage designs for DR/COOP/failover sites.
  • Daily monitoring of storage performance and backup activities and assists with the resolution of any identified issues.
  • Assists with the capacity planning and performance monitoring and tuning of the storage environment.
  • Assists with the collaboration on storage requirements and recommended solutions for emerging initiatives.
  • Assists with the reconfiguration of the storage environment to meet business and application needs while helping to simultaneously insure the most efficient utilization of storage resources.
  • Helps to configure the storage environment to support identified disaster recovery requirements.
  • Participates in Disaster Recovery activities for key locations.
  • Participates in application and infrastructure technology project teams to ensure storage design and implementation in alignment with established standards and strategic direction.
  • Performs trend analysis to identify root cause of problems in environment, both technical and process.
  • Develops recommendations for improvement based on root cause analysis and submits to management for inclusion in monthly status briefings.

 

Qualifications/Skills

  • CompTIA Security+ Certification
  • Experience troubleshooting and supporting Windows servers (2008 and preferably 2012)
  • Experience troubleshooting and supporting Windows workstations (Windows 7, and preferably Window 10)
  • Experience providing escalated support for support technicians
  • Must be able to work a set schedule during business hours between 0800 to 1600 local time (EST)
  • Must be able to provide on-call support 24x7 for critical servers and services (on rotating schedule)
  • Demonstrated ability to communicate orally and in writing
  • Must possess strong organizational skills and strong interpersonal skills to effectively relate to agency and customer needs
  • Comfortable working in team environment and with government staff

 

Education Requirements

  • Required Education: Bachelors
  • Desired Education: Masters

 

Job Title Sr. Database Analyst

Job Location Suitland, MD

Security Requirement Active TS/SCI Level Senior

Experience 6-9 Years

Job purpose

As part of the USCG TISCOM TESS program which provides critical services and support to meet the demands of the USCG mission the purpose of the USCG Intelligence Program (CGIP) Information Systems Support effort is to acquire Unclassified and Classified – Engineering, Administration, and Operations Support services for United States Coast Guard Intelligence Program (CGIP) Information Systems. A CGIP Information System processes, stores, and/or transmit data and information utilized by the Coast Guard Intelligence Program to analyze and alert on maritime and other national security threats, protection of living marine resources, and safety of life at sea issues. Security, integrity and confidential of information is of paramount importance. CGIP Information System support focuses on providing reliable and available information technology solutions to aid in ensuring the Coast Guard maintains decision advantage in performing all of its myriad missions.

 

Duties and responsibilities

  • Specialization in NetApp Storage Arrays including Enterprise level deployment and latest versions of NetApp Hardware and Software.
  • Maintains database dictionaries and integration of systems through database design.
  • Maintains and documents shell scripts and batch processes.
  • Develops and applies procedures for periodic database backup.
  • Designs, implements, and maintains databases with respect to access methods, access time, batch processes, device allocation, validation checks, organization, protection and security, documentation, and statistical methods.
  • Develops applications to help solve database solutions to business problems, data architectures, database management system facilities and capabilities, and the operation and tuning of databases.
  • Provides technical consulting in the definition, design, and creation of a database environment.
  • Assists, defines, and oversees database organizations, standards, controls, procedures, and documentation.
  • Executes processes in SQL and PL SQL for Oracle databases such as stored procedures/functions/packages, database job, materialized view, view, synonyms, and DB link.
  • Analyzes impact on database before making any changes to database.
  • Analyzes data source and creates a data load script.
  • Creates PL/SQL and SQL scripts to apply changes to Oracle database.
  • Performs primary lead support for the database environment.
  • Experience managing COTS products and database tuning, design backup and recovery process using integrated backup tools like NetApp Snaps for oracle and MSQL Server, understand and able to manage Application serves, exposed to N-Tire architecture, design Databases to support growth and support on various platforms like NetApp and EMC.
  • Experience in platform independent techniques to support SLAs.
  • Capable of working at levels, provide white-board sessions to management, provide input management to prepare business case and return on investments, adapt changes as business demand.

 

Education Requirements

  • Required Education: Bachelors
  • Desired Education: Masters

 

Job Title Sr. Software Engineer

Job Location Suitland, MD

Security Requirement Active TS/SCI Level Senior

Experience 8+ Years

Job purpose

As part of the USCG TISCOM TESS program which provides critical services and support to meet the demands of the USCG mission the purpose of the USCG Intelligence Program (CGIP) Information Systems Support effort is to acquire Unclassified and Classified – Engineering, Administration, and Operations Support services for United States Coast Guard Intelligence Program (CGIP) Information Systems. A CGIP Information System processes, stores, and/or transmit data and information utilized by the Coast Guard Intelligence Program to analyze and alert on maritime and other national security threats, protection of living marine resources, and safety of life at sea issues. Security, integrity and confidential of information is of paramount importance. CGIP Information System support focuses on providing reliable and available information technology solutions to aid in ensuring the Coast Guard maintains decision advantage in performing all of its myriad missions.

 

Duties and responsibilities

  • Design, develop and maintain standard applications and web-based applications for Enterprise level systems.
  • Ability to employ latest Java frameworks and components.

 

Qualifications/Skills

  • 8+ years of experience designing, developing and deploying Java/J2EE Applications.
  • Solid experience in Object-Oriented analysis and design.
  • Experience with logging tool log4j
  • Performing complex builds/deployments using Ant
  • Good experience with relational databases: Oracle and SQL Server
  • Use of regular expressions to piece apart and extract data from large portions of text
  • Experience with Software Configuration Management Tool Subversion

 

Desired Skills

  • Experience with web technologies: JSP/JSF, HTML5, CSS/LESS.
  • Experience in configuration and administration using Apache Tomcat Application Servers and JBoss7
  • Experience with Maven build/deployment tool
  • Experience with Git
  • Designing and Interacting with data services (SOAP, REST, ESB)
  • Developing Use Cases, Sequence diagrams, Class diagrams and Collaboration diagrams.
  • Java Web Applications

 

Education Requirements

  • Required Education: Bachelors
  • Desired Education: Masters

 

Job Title Senior Technical ERP Developer

Job Location Suitland, MD

Security Requirement Active TS/SCI Level Senior

Experience 5-9 years

Job purpose

As part of the USCG TISCOM TESS program which provides critical services and support to meet the demands of the USCG mission the purpose of the USCG Intelligence Program (CGIP) Information Systems Support effort is to acquire Unclassified and Classified – Engineering, Administration, and Operations Support services for United States Coast Guard Intelligence Program (CGIP) Information Systems. A CGIP Information System processes, stores, and/or transmit data and information utilized by the Coast Guard Intelligence Program to analyze and alert on maritime and other national security threats, protection of living marine resources, and safety of life at sea issues. Security, integrity and confidential of information is of paramount importance. CGIP Information System support focuses on providing reliable and available information technology solutions to aid in ensuring the Coast Guard maintains decision advantage in performing all of its myriad missions.

 

Duties and responsibilities

  • Design, develop and maintain Database applications using PL/SQL (and other DB languages) for Oracle Enterprise level applications.
  • Provides development support to the end user community to meet business demand. Conducts reports development, PL/SQL development, workflow development, interface development, and data conversion.
  • Extends or customizes the applications to meet business requirements.
  • Conducts troubleshooting for technical issues with standard or custom programs and reports.
  • Develops and tests custom solutions according to specifications provided by business owners.
  • Documents custom development technical design and functionality, tests fixes, and performs post-resolution follow-up to ensure problems have been adequately resolved.
  • Evaluates documented resolutions and analyzes trends for lessons learned to apply to future development.

 

Education Requirements

  • Required Education: Bachelors
  • Desired Education: Masters

 

Inquiries

Please send inquiries to info@ctec-corp.com

Contact information

Cybermedia Technologies, Inc.
1900 Campus Commons Drive Suite 100
Reston, VA 20191

 

Main: 703-766-5774

Toll Free: 877-280-3089

Fax: 703-766-6501

Email: info@ctec-corp.com

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At A Glance

  • Top 100 Minority Business Enterprise
    (Mid Atlantic Region-2013)
  • Entrepreneur of the Year
    (VMSDC-2012)
  • Finalist, SECAF Government Contractor of the Year 2015
  • Nimbus-Email Service

 

A CMMI Level 3 Company
GSA 8(a) STARS II