Senior Security Consultant
- Perth based
- 12 month contract
- National Corporation
Apply through Paxus for this great long term opportunity. Suitable candidates will be contacted immediately!
A national corporation has an opportunity for a Security Specialist to join join their busy project on a 12 month contract in Perth. Your primary focus will be to provide technical security services to external clients. You will also provide technical subject matter expertise across various technology streams including Network Security. Cloud Security, Intelligence and Analytics, and Endpoint.
In order to secure this contract you should have prior consulting experience in a technical security role, strong experience in security solution pre-sales, design and deployment (hands on) across a minimum of 2 security focused technology fields, such as Network Security, Intelligence and Analytics, Cloud Security and/or Endpoint Security.
You will be able to demonstrate the ability to solve complex problems, advise on design and integrate complex security solutions into both Greenfield and Brownfield network systems as well as design the deployment methodologies and change implementation plans.
Typical certifications obtained by consultants at this grade include:
- Palo Alto PCNSE / CNSE & ACE / Traps
- Intel/McAfee EPOVSE / HIPS / HDLP / SIEM / NSP Product Specialist
- BCCPP - Bluecoat Proxy Professional
- ZCCP-IA - Zscaler Professional
- Checkpoint CCSE, CCSA
- Cisco CCIE-SEC, CCNP-SEC
- Splunk Certifications - Splunk Architect and SE highly regarded
- Fortinet NSE 4+
The role requires some support and implementation activities to be performed outside of business hours.
Suitable candidates will be contacted immediately!
To be considered for the role click the 'Apply' button or for more information about this and other opportunities please contact Nik Stojanov on 08 61511702. Please quote our job reference number: 200170446.
Reference Number: 200170446_1
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