New Light Technologies is seeking a Business/Systems Analyst to study and document current computer systems, procedures and design information systems solutions that brings the business and information technology (IT) together by understanding the needs and limitations of both and help the organization operate more efficiently and effectively. Meets with customer and reads designs and uses software tools to gather requirements, analyze needs, identify risks, propose designs, wrote documentation, and carry out financial analysis.
New Light Technologies is seeking an experienced Enterprise Architect to provide customer-facing consulting services, subject matter expertise, engineering services, and operational support as part of the engineering and architecture team in designing, deploying, and operating a mission-critical, converged network. The objective of this procurement is to assist in the engineering, implementation, and operation of client’s Government Service Provider Network supporting and connecting critical District of Columbia government infrastructure. The individual will provide design recommendations based on industry expertise in requirements analysis, functional design, and deployment of complex technology solutions across enterprise and service provider networks.
New Light Technologies seeks the services of a Subject Matter Expert – Master. The position requirements summarized below reflect those of a senior – level network architect/engineer under the client’s program. Our client provides managed voice, data and video wire-based and wireless services to all government constituents city-wide over a secure, highly redundant and high capacity fiber optic telecommunications platform. This standards-based platform lays the foundation for all next-generation government and public safety communications throughout the District. The client is a program managed by OCTO.
New Light Technologies is seeking a Cisco Voice Support Consultant Level 4 to troubleshoot and resolve hardware and networking connectivity issues between Cisco Unified Communication Manager and endpoints.