Federal Programs have a complex structure in the many operations that make up an organization. Proper oversight of an enterprise that can carry out its mission and is aligned with the strategic long term goals needs the visibility and understanding of complex and cross-project components to be able to develop a cost effective and sustainable solution. Virtual Remote offers expertise with DAWIA and PMP certified professionals supporting government and private enterprises to provide the highest skilled personnel that analyze, develop, and deliver all of the fundamental attributes necessary to achieve maximum performance from all of its programs.
Software Engineers – Full life cycle software development. Experience with object oriented design and programming methodologies; software development tools and debugging tools; and knowledge of software construction techniques. Requires a BS degree or higher in Computer Science.
Network Engineers – Top level professional in the area of network systems analysis, design, and administration. Troubleshoot, resolve, and maintain network servers and workstations. Evaluate and improve system performance, manage user and mail accounts. Certifications a plus.
Network Provisioners – Turn up trunks and routes to customer PBX inter and intralata for call routing as well as 911 and operator services. Incorporate processes and procedures that help in improving the provisioning process.
PC Technicians – One year experience in assembly, installation and field service or bench repair of IBM PCs and installation of software packages. Ability to independently troubleshoot problems and resolve problems regarding PC hardware, software, network cabling, network drivers, printers, and viruses.
Technical Support Engineers – Responsible for troubleshooting customer problems and providing solutions via the telephone. Greater than 2 years experience in troubleshooting, testing and configuration of various type of telecommunications systems equipment. Customer support experience desired. BSEE desired.
Technical Writers – Demonstrated user guide development, familiarity with task analysis, ability to communicate with engineering teams. Develop outlines from functional and design specifications.
Telecommunications Field Technicians – Responsible for the installation, operation, maintenance, customer activation/deactivations of Field Service network elements. This position will execute the timely installation of equipment additions and/or modifications and execute all preventive maintenance routines. Interprets and acts on facility and service orders for the provisioning of network and customer services. Determines causes for equipment failures and use various types of complex test equipment.
Test Engineers – Work on site to design functional test equipment and software. Read, interpret, and analyze schematics for digital logic interface. Develop test plan and procedures from schematics, functional specification. Design test fixture including specifying of test equipment, design of custom interface board(s) as required.
Test Technicians – Under minimal supervision, candidate will perform set up, testing and component level troubleshooting of electronic components. Connect electronic assembly, component, or part to test instrument, such as Ohmmeter, voltmeter, ammeter, Resistance Bridge, or oscilloscope, or to automated or computerized test equipment.
Unix Systems Administrators – Responsible for the set-up, configuration, and administration of high volume and maximum availability systems. Internet protocol, router technology and disaster recovery knowledge important.
Web Developers – Looking for candidate with experience in designing, implementing, and testing web based applications using the latest web technology and development environments.
Electro-Mechanical Assemblers – Assembles electronic components, subassemblies, products, or systems. SMT and/or thru-hole experience a plus. Certifications (NASA, Mil-STD) a plus.
Executive/Administrative Assistants – PC literate (Windows, MS Office) and able to interface with many levels of management. General skills for secretarial support must include excellent typing, spelling, proofreading, filing, documentation organization and good interpersonal and telephone skills.
Expediters/Material Handlers/Shipping and Receiving Clerks – Verifies and keeps records on incoming and outgoing shipments, determine method of shipment, and prepares items for shipment. Assists in workflow management.
Graphic Artists/Illustrators – Design and create computer-generated graphics for use in advertising, training, web-related activities and other miscellaneous computer and print-based collateral.
Help Desk – Level 1 and 2 support. Proven Help Desk or Customer Service background (minimum 1-2 years), call volume experience, data input into tracking database, support users over the phone and at the desktop, working knowledge of all Windows operating systems.
Installation Coordinators – Order tracking for all customer sites. Must have good customer service skills, be able to work with database systems, and would like to see technical/telecommunications background. Project management skills would also be helpful.
IT Trainers – Work as a contributing member of a technology training team. Required qualifications include: four year university degree, prior work experience as an active member of a technology and/or a training team, experience in curriculum development and writing course manuals.