Senior Network Security Engineer
To be eligible only citizens with Negative Vet 1 Security Clearance apply
Senior Network Security Engineer
To be eligible only Australian citizens with Negative Vet 1 Security Clearance or eligible for NV1 apply
If you are a leading Network Security Engineer, with demonstrated experience in management and designing, maintaining Australian Government Networks; we have the right role for your next career move.
A government owned organisation is seeking Network Security Engineer - the renowned organisation provides secure, safe and efficient services to aviation industry. Each year it manages over four million aircraft movements carrying more than 140 million passengers.
To be eligible for the role, we are looking for the following capabilities:
- A sound understanding of and extensive experience in the support of complex network security infrastructure deployments.
- Demonstrate a comprehensive understanding of Network Security Gateway infrastructure and architecture (NGFW, ATP, DLP, Anti-Bot, Proxy AV, WAF, and Mail Gateway).
- Understanding of IT security principles including Australian Government Information Security Manual (ISM) and Protective Security Policy Framework (PSPF).
- Proven experience in responding to and mitigating security vulnerabilities and exploits through the use of analytic tools and developing appropriate mitigation strategies.
- Demonstrated experience in systems engineering and change control processes.
- Appropriate Cisco Security, Check Point, F5, IronPort, RSA, Blue Coat, Citrix Access Gateway and Infoblox advanced certifications are essential, however industry experience in lieu of these qualifications will be considered.
- Satisfy the eligibility requirements for registration as a Chartered Professional Engineer (CPEng) with Engineers Australia, or Registered Professional Engineer (RPEng) with Professionals Australia.
- CISSP® or ISSEP®: Information Systems Security Engineering Professional, A degree in Engineering or Information Technology from an Australian tertiary institution or certified equivalent qualification (for overseas qualifications).
To submit your application, in strict confidence, please apply online using the appropriate link below. Alternatively, for a confidential discussion, please contact Rohit on 02 6229 1552 quoting Ref No: 1B/08695.
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