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Security System Engineer

Full Time
SA, Adelaide
Posted on 01.09.2017
  • Permanent role
  • CBD Location
  • Great Team Environment

A new year is upon us and we are looking for a Security System Engineer.


We are seeking a high end Security System Engineer that will be accountable for the configuration, tuning and operation of end point security management systems.

This role requires you to be an Australian Citizen due to eligible for security clearance needs.

The core responsibilities of role include:

  • Undertake end point security system administration functions on a full time basis
  • Proactively configure, tune and operate the various system modules implemented to mitigate active and potential threats. This includes Host-based application whitelisting, Host-based configuration monitoring through characterization, Host-based intrusion detection monitoring and intrusion prevention management.
  • Ensure the health, logging, backup and availability of the service on all in-scope servers and management platforms.
  • Work within a set of guidelines to identify critical event data for additional analysis and escalation as appropriate.
  • Collaborate with client, technical teams and other provider staff as required to tune server protection policies that mitigate security threats while providing appropriate functionality and availability to meet business requirements.
  • Ensure that all Service Level Agreements pertaining to system change, security system availability and security events/incidents are met.

  • 5+ years of IT security services experience , including 3+ in System Administration
  • Strong interest in security/system administration and an understanding of end point security approaches and technology
  • Experience with Symantec, McAfee or equivalent end point security and whitelisting tools
  • Experience in delivering relevant IT services, preferably in an outsourced environment and preferably to Government;
  • General understanding of server technologies including Windows and various Linux and Unix variants (relevant certifications desirable, although not essential)
  • Demonstrated ability to gather requirements and design solutions to satisfy customer requirements.
  • Familiarity in enterprise technology environments including change and incident management processes (exposure to ITIL desirable)
  • Security/Technology related certification(s) a strong advantage.
To be considered for the role click the 'Apply' button or for more information about this and other opportunities please contact Simone Yearsley on 08 74220613. Please quote our job reference number: 200164339.

Reference Number: 200164339_1

Contact Details: Simone Yearsley 08 7422 0613

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Contact Details

Contact Name: Simone Yearsley

Contact Phone: 08 7422 0613

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