Experience:
3-5 years of experience
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Employment Type:
Part time
Posted:
4/30/2019
Job Category:
Engineering
Splunk Architect (Part-Time or Full-Time)
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Job Description

Parsons is seeking a Splunk Architect to help maintain and enhance our customer's Splunk cluster. You will work closely with mission analysts identifying and troubleshooting possible or existing inefficiencies with current architecture, configuration problems, deployment problems, role-based access control issues and search problems. The Splunk Architect will work as a part of a small team building and administering the Splunk cluster. The ideal candidate will be comfortable with all aspects of Splunk.

Qualifications:

* Bachelor's degree in electrical engineering, computer engineering, mathematics or a related discipline may be substituted for four years of general experience. A master's degree may be substituted for two years of experience


* 16+ years of experience


* 5+ years of experience in software-intensive projects and programs for government or industry customers


* Knowledge of XML structure, XML parsers, SQL and Perl


* Ability to apply development skills in Java threading/thread pooling, RMI, character set encoding, swing, JDBC, JMS, J2EE, Enterprise Java Beans, Web Logic, Servlets and JSP



AN ACTIVE TS/SCI + POLY REQUIRED

Desired:

* Certified Splunk Architect
* Operational experience with Cyber or Cyber support
* Experience supporting teams with requirements, gathering, design and implementation solutions for large and/or complex architectures
* Planning, deploying and maintaining single indexer solutions and multi-indexer clusters
* Onboarding data (ingest)
* Optimizing searches
* Supporting Splunk integration with 3rd party tools
* Windows and Linux implementation of Splunk
* Identifying and troubleshooting possible of existing inefficiencies with current architecture, configuration problems, deployment problems, role-based access control issues and search problems