we are looking for three levels of Network engineers, and systems Engineers total 20 positions :
● Senior Network Architect/Engineer:
At least ten (10) years of progressive experience and team leadership in the design and implementation of large, complex global networks. This individual should be well versed in cloud architectures, software defined networking, data center switching technologies, and securing virtual environments. Cisco Certified Internetworking Expert or Cisco Certified Design Expert (CCIE or CCDE) certification preferred for support of Cisco-based systems.
● Senior Security Engineer:
At least ten (10) years of progressive experience in the field of information technology security, technical design, procedure, risk assessment, and system security. This professional should be well versed in the security configuration and design of cloud-based environments to include firewall configuration, intrusion detection, DMZ architectures, SSL load balancing, IPsec VPNs, URL filtering, zone-based security postures, and keen understanding of common ports and protocols. A strong understanding of routing and HA configurations are necessary to fulfill this position. Cisco Certified Internetworking Expert Security (CCIE Security) or Juniper Networks Certified Expert Security (JNCIE-SEC) are preferred. Expert qualifications from other vendors utilizing NextGen firewalls are acceptable (e.g., Palo Alto and CheckPoint).
● Systems Engineer:
At least seven (7) years of progressive experience in medium-to-large-sized datacenter migrations to IaaS CSP environments, maintaining industry standards, and providing recommendations for emerging technologies related to the data center. The ideal candidate will possess many of the same skill sets as the Migration Engineer. Candidate should carry certifications of VCP, MCSE, RHCE, AWS-Cloud Architect. and be proficient in systems tuning within a virtualized environment as well as data migrations strategies including: SnapMirror, Storage Area Network (SAN) replication, Double-Take, and VEAM