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F5 Security Engineer

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F5 Security Engineer must be willing to travel 50%, sometimes 80 - 100%. Sometimes 20% This role involcves Pre and Post Systems support. Top skills in descending order of importance: F5, Palo Alto, Check Point, Infoblox, Aruba, Juniper, plus Cisco and Arista (SDN, general high-end networking) .Candidates will join a nimble engineering team that emphasizes autonomy and results while providing the opportunities and support to grow and advance in a high-impact position at a fast-moving, independent technology company. The Network Security Engineer must have the ability to solve complex problems in a methodological manner in customer's environments relating to network and network security related issues. Engineer will have the ability to communicate well in front of customers in a pre and post sales capacity providing assessments, network architecture, configuration, design and implementation. We are also looking for the following skills: Blue Coat Systems Riverbed FireEye Bit9 Q1 RSA Requirements- B.S. Degree or equivalent work experience - Expert F5 Networks product knowledge - Direct engineering knowledge of Blue Coat, Check Point, Fortinet, Infoblox, Juniper, Aruba, RSA, Sourcefire, VMware, Cisco among others - 5 years experience with TCP/IP network equipment - 5 years experience with advanced network security systems - Understanding of the functional aspects of key infrastructure protocols - Detailed Understanding of L1-L7 - Detailed understanding of routing - Some experience teaching in a technical training environment - Robust understanding of networking and Internet technologies and experience with complex systems troubleshooting - Ability to multi-task under stressful situations - High reading comprehension - Ability to rapidly pick up new technology and self-direct study MYK62683JR

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