Network Security Engineer - Finance - Contract - Sydney
- Cloud and automation experience is preferred
- Financial Services experience is preferred
- Sydney location, close to transport
Experience across a range of technologies including Cisco, F5, Checkpoint, Cloud & Automation required. Project and engineering based roles available.
Are you a Network Security Engineer with experience in Cloud and Automation? If the answer is yes, one of Australia's largest Financial Services companies is looking for you...
You will join a large team working on a mix of project and engineering based activities. You will develop, enhance and deliver the technology services within the Network Perimeter Services, including the networking and security components of private and public cloud, load balancing and network segmentation as well as traditional perimeter environments and B2B services.
Your role will include the following responsibilities:
- Designing, building, and maintaining the Network Perimeter Security Services
- Working as part of a team to resolve Network and Security problems
- Design, build and release network security solutions
- Perform root-cause analysis and solve problems
- Work with product vendors to troubleshoot and resolve issues
You should have the following skills and experience:
- Solid experience in a networking or security position working with CISCO, F5 and Checkpoint technologies to name a few
- Ideally some experience with Cloud (VMware, Azure) and Automation technologies
- Strong communication skills
- Strong stakeholder management skills
- Preferably experience in a Financial Services environment
To be considered for the role click the 'Apply' button or for more information about this and other opportunities please contact Virginia Sarkis on 02 94645575. Please quote our job reference number: 200166311.
Reference Number: 200166311_3
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