The Naval Programs teams span across Lockheed Martin Canada Inc. (Lockheed Martin)u0027s main project sites (Kanata, Montreal, and Dartmouth), opportunities are available at all sites for supporting Naval Combat Systems Programs and Proposal Capture activities.
The successful candidate must be a high-level Network Topology Architect (i.e. Design High-level Network Architecture) who understands high data transfer rates, back-end resource usage, large data storage (i.e. 1 petabyte), data normalization (i.e. optimization/data governance), and information assurance. The successful candidate will play a crucial role on the Canadian Surface Combatant (CSC) Information Management System (IMS) product team or Integrated Cyber Defence System (ICDS) product team to help produce the physical architecture for the ship.
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Required skills, qualifications and experience
- Degree in Computer Science or Engineering
- Strong analytical and problem-solving skills, and the ability to articulate complex concepts in a clear and concise manner
- Strong conceptual and practical understanding of Information Technology (IT) Infrastructure designs, network components and server management, including routers, switches, firewalls, Windows, Linux, virtualization technologies, containers etc.
- Knowledge of various operating systems (e.g. Windows, Linux, etc.) and network devices commonly deployed in enterprise networks (IT/OT).
- Experience with network discovery technologies is an asset
- Experience with programming/scripting languages (such as Python, Perl, Ruby, SQL). Experience with DevSecOps would be an asset
- Excellent English communication skills, both written and oral. The ability to present ideas and results to technical and non-technical audiences
- Requirement reconciliation for large systems
Familiar with defining network architecture for:
- High-speed data transfer
- Information assurance (high side to low side)
- Passive network tapping
- Familiar with the latest data storage architecture:
- Normalizing “big” data (data aggregation, optimization)
- Data governance
- Pre-forming data for data analysis
- Familiar with tools and technologies such as network discovery tools, Nmap, port scanning, vulnerability scanners, Nessus, PVS, Rapid7, Tripwire, Qualys…
- Architecting interoperability between networks.
About Lockheed Martin Canada
Lockheed Martin Canada, headquartered in Ottawa, is the Canadian-based arm of Lockheed Martin Corporation, a global security and aerospace company employing 105,000 people worldwide. For 80 years, we have been Canada’s trusted defence partner specializing in the development, integration and sustainment of advanced technology systems, products and services. Today, Lockheed Martin Canada has grown into a highly diversified global enterprise that is fully integrated within our parent company’s four core business areas: Rotary & Mission Systems, Aeronautics, Space, and Missiles and Fire Controls.
We are a global leader in systems integration, software development and large-scale program management, and we are Canada’s premier supplier of electronic defence and surveillance systems. We serve a diverse customer base ranging from the Department of National Defence to local and provincial governments, Indigenous and remote communities, as well as Defence and Commercial industries located in Canada and abroad. Lockheed Martin Canada represents 1,000 employees living and working in Ottawa, Montreal, Halifax, Calgary and Victoria, as well within customer locations across the country.
Across all programs, we manage approximately 1500 contracts with companies of all sizes and from all regions. Since 2008, Lockheed Martin’s business operations, investments in R&D and contracts in Canada have generated $3.8 million in GDP, led to 36,521 full-time jobs in Canada, provided 170 co-op student opportunities, generated $2.5 billion in wages and exported more than $2 billion in products and services.