[Job] Network Engineer - San Jose, CA

Discussion in 'Linux Networking' started by toprecruiter, Oct 19, 2005.

  1. toprecruiter

    toprecruiter Guest

    Hi all,

    To submit your resume or for more information e-mail


    Overview:

    Network and Security Engineer is responsible for contributing to the
    design of the data center networks, and implementing network solutions
    for customers within our facilities. Remotely configure and maintain
    network equipment such as routers, switches, load balancers, firewalls
    and VPN Concentrators. You must have at least 5 years experience with
    Network and Security Engineering, preferably in a large Internet Data
    Center environment. Experience with designing and implementing
    large-scale networks, network routing, switches, and internet-related
    networking and security technologies are required for this Senior
    Network and Security Engineer position.

    In this position you will perform network and host-based security and
    risk assessments, design and implement security-related
    improvements/enhancements to customer and internal networks and work
    with network and systems engineers in implementing security
    infrastructure components.

    You will be part of a team that implements Internet Commerce sites,
    provisions VPNs, develops intrusion detection and firewall management
    architectures. BS in Computer Science, Computer Information Systems
    preferred plus 5 years of hands-on experience in designing and
    implementing security policies and infrastructure in an Internet data
    center environment.

    Requirements :

    * Experience with networking equipment such as high end Cisco Routers
    and switches, Juniper Routers, particularly in a fully meshed,
    fault-tolerant

    * Gigabit Ethernet environment. Experience with OSPF and HSRP is
    required.

    * Experience with BGP, ISIS, EIGRP, Radius, Tacacs+ and SNMP would be a
    plus.

    * Strong experience in network and systems security, with not only a
    key understanding of overall concepts, but also the ability to
    implement policies,

    * processes and develop solutions to network and security problems.

    * Experience administering and deploying network firewalls, such as
    Netscreen, Checkpoint, Nokia, Cisco Pix and Cisco ACLs.

    * Experience administering and deploying network load balancers, such
    as Alteon, Cisco CSS11xxx, Foundry, F5 BigIP, and Netscaler.

    * Ability to document processes, procedures and network designs clearly
    and accurately -- not only within our group to share the knowledge and
    understanding of our own systems, but also for distribution to other
    internal teams and to our customers.

    * Understanding of Public Key Infrastructure and encryption.

    * Exposure to some of the following tools: Snort, Nessus, nmap, ntop,
    NA/Sniffer Pro, snoop, tcpdump, ethereal and other Open Source tools.

    * Participation in on-call rotation and dedication to detailed
    documentation are required.

    * Experience with designing and implementing large-scale networks,
    network routing, switches and internet-related networking and security
    technologies.

    * BS in Computer Science, Computer Information Systems preferred plus 5
    years of hands-on experience in designing and implementing security
    policies and infrastructure in a multi-customer ISP Data Center
    environment.
     
    toprecruiter, Oct 19, 2005
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  2. toprecruiter

    ynotssor Guest

    Why would *anyone* send a resume to a gmail address? So that you can assume
    their identity and tout their skill set as your own?

    Anyone who would so casually pass such sensitive personal information is not
    someone I would want in such a position as "Network Engineer."
     
    ynotssor, Oct 20, 2005
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