The Watch Officer (WO) performs duties as a shift supervisor and shall be the senior RNOSC
person in the absence of the Chief Watch Officer. The Watch Officer shall supervise the
operation of the automation systems comprising the RNOSC. The Watch Officer shall perform
and oversee high-level network performance and fault management under the technical
guidance and direction of the TNOSC, for networks and network segments to include individual
circuits and network components. Must possess technical expertise in both systems architecture
and network design. Watch officers may be called on to participate in and lead design and
implementation projects as required.
The WO manages, monitors, and maintains situational awareness of all networks and systems
under the responsibility of the RNOSC and will be responsible for resolving issues, tracking, and
reporting progress through complete resolution. The candidate will also be responsible for
providing operational support to users within the AOR for managing, monitoring and maintaining
situational awareness of the networks and systems under RNOSC responsibility. The Network
Controller analyzes and troubleshoots networks, to include network security policies and
procedures, network performance tuning and trending analysis and opens trouble tickets. The
Network Controller generates reports and updates trouble tickets as required.
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