VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. (WAVY) - Navy Cyber Forces said Monday it is now hiring for more than 250IT-related government positions in Hampton Roads, as well as in SanDiego and Hawaii.
According to CYBERFOR Manpower Director Katie Petrillo, the jobsare open for immediate hiring of well-qualified candidates who maybe recent college graduates or experienced professionals.
"This is a great opportunity for anyone interested in servingtheir country as a Navy civilian, while enjoying outstanding jobsecurity and professional development," Petrillo said in a releasedstatement.
According to the Navy, it's looking for individuals withexperience in Network Operations (NetOps), Information TechnologyService Management (ITSM), and knowledge of industry best practicessuch as Information Technology Infrastructure Library (ITIL)processes and methodology.
Positions in Virginia Beach are based at Joint ExpeditionaryBase Little Creek - Fort Story within the following commands: NavyCyber Forces (CYBERFOR), Naval Network Warfare Command (NETWARCOM),and Navy Cyber Defense Operations Command (NCDOC). Job openings atNaval Station Norfolk are located within the Global NetworkOperations Center (GNOC) and Naval Computer and TelecommunicationsArea Master Station Atlantic (NCTAMS LANT).
To browse all job descriptions and submit a resume, pleasevisit the Navy Cyber Forces website at: http://www.cyberfor.navy.mil/. Resumesand questions can also be directed to: NAVCYBER_IS_HIRING.email@example.com.
Information on Department of the Navy benefits for civilianemployees is available through the Employee Benefits InformationSystem at:
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