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|Title:||Network Security Engineer|
|Job Location:||Buffalo, New York - United States|
|Salary:||$75,000.00 - $90,000.00 - US Dollars - Yearly|
|Other Compensation:||Extensive Benefits!|
|Employer Will Recruit From:||Local|
Network Security Engineer
Our client is an industry leader with 20 locations and 900 employees in the US. If you are looking for an employer that provides the opportunity to work with cutting edge technology in a professional, positive work culture that values work/life balance, this is the job for you!
Salary and Benefits:
*Targeting 75-90K plus bonus
*Casual dress code including jeans
*Flexible management / work from home when necessary
*Generous PTO and paid holidays
*Work environment where 40 hour work weeks are the norm and after hours support is minimal.
*Regular company sponsored breakfasts and luncheons
*Company paid smartphone
Network Security Engineer:
This is a role on the Network Infrastructure team and is a great opportunity to help "own" and continue to build out the network environment.
The environment is composed of Citrix Netscalers, Cisco Routers and Switches, Avaya UcaaS, Meraki Wireless, Trend Micro Office Scan Suite, Mimecast, and Fortinet firewalls in an MPLS /SDWAN infrastructure.
Selected candidate will work closely with CIO and CISO to review current policies & procedures and make recommendations.
About the Ideal Candidate:
*5+ years of experience in a combination of Network Engineering & Network Security
*In depth knowledge of Citrix Netscaler or another load balancing tool (F5, Barracuda, etc.)
*Comfortable with TCP/IP, firewalls, switching/routing, and security technologies and practices
*Strong understanding of subnetting and VLANS
*Cisco switches & routers, Cisco Meraki Access points, and Fortinet Firewalls
*Citrix a plus
*Prefer a CISCO or Security related certification
Must be authorized to work in the US. No C2C for this role.
Local candidates strongly preferred.