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Network Security Engineer - Remote - £45k - £70k, Liverpool, Locke And Mccloud

Published 2022-08-07
Expires 2022-09-07
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Network Security Engineer - Remote - £45k - £70k, Liverpool, Locke And Mccloud
United Kingdom, Merseyside, Liverpool,
Published August 7, 2022

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
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Occupation: Network security engineer - remote - £45k - £70k
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Network Security Engineer – Remote – £45k - £70k Locke and McCloud are proud to be working with this exciting Financial services client who are a specialist in their market, offering a range of business funding products to help innovative individuals and businesses to help turn business dreams into a financially accessible reality. They are now in the search for a Network and Security Engineer to come in to help design, implement and manage network infrastructure and its security and lead the delivery of high-level projects. Responsibilities Working with the wider security team reporting and investigating network issues Be the lead engineer on network and firewall projects Design, implementation, administration and maintenance of next-generation firewalls, VPNs and load balancers Ensure the security of network infrastructure by maintaining best practice configuration and firmware levels Review, plan and implement changes to networking systems and services Identify gaps and opportunities as part of continuous improvement to ensure high standards of security, resilience and performance. What are they looking for? Proven experience of designing, implementing and administering one or more of the following: Check Point (Essential), Fortinet and Palo Alto The ability to design and maintain secure network architectures in cloud and on-premises environments Experience of administering Cisco network infrastructure, including NX-OS, IOS, WLC and Identity Services Engine (ISE) Experience of designing, implementing and administering firewalls, ACLs, IPS/IDS, VPNs, load balancers, DNS, DHCP Strong troubleshooting skills, including packet analysis to diagnose application and connectivity issues Advanced knowledge of WAN, LAN and WLAN networking principles, protocols and technologies Salary £45k- £70k per annum Benefits If you’re interested, please call James on 02038 549617 or send your CV to J.PriceLocke-McCloud.com Locke & McCloud are the UK’s leading cyber security & information security staffing company – through having a sole focus on the cyber & information security space we have been able to foster solid relationships with some of the UK’s most exciting cyber security consultancies & end users. Our focus on the information security space allows us to be able to help you find the most exciting opportunities in the cyber security market. If you are on the lookout for your next cyber security or information security role, please get in touch

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