Network Security Engineers are responsible for looking after Security Infrastructure Firewalls and IPS devices for both internal and external based devices. This is a great role which will offer the successful candidate huge growth opportunity and the chance to cross-train on many different vendor platforms along with staying at the cutting edge of security. Network Security Engineer key responsibilities will include: Provide a senior level of firewall management, working and managing the day to day requirements of customers and internal staff Provide expert level knowledge to customers in design or delivery phases for all things Security related e.g. Network Security, Routing, Switching, LAN/WAN, VLAN, Data Centre deployments etc. Ensure relevant documentation and change management procedures are followed at all times Building effective relationships with customers and managing their requirements Assist with Network/Infrastructure Designs that maintain a high level of quality and integrity through the peer and customer review processes Support the Solution/Network/Infrastructure Architects with complex design requirements A successfull Network Security Engineer must have the following certifications and experience: High level of knowledge of Checkpoint Firewalls Checkpoint qualifications (CCSA / CCSE) Good knowledge of other firewalls and IPS devices such as Palo Alto, Cisco, Fortinet etc. Well-rounded knowledge of Networks and Infrastructure. Cisco Network Certification (Cisco CCNA/NP, CCDA/DP) and LAN/WAN/SAN architecture experience Why Dublin Dublin is a capital city of Republic of Ireland and a capital city of County Dublin which is the busiest and fastest-growing regions not only in Ireland but in the EU as a whole. Republic of Ireland itself is one of the fastest growing countries in the world with an annual GDP growth rate of 4.1 per cent. Dublin is still a relatively small capital with an urban area population of 1,1 million and a greater Dublin area of just around 1,9 million of inhabitans. The city is growing incredibly but stays uniquely convenient in comparison to other bigger capitals. Everything is within a reach and you can walk the city centre in about 30 min. Also Dublin is a historical, cultural, industrial and technological hub and one of the worlds few truly global cities which was listed by Globalisation and World Cities Research network (GaWC) as a global city ranking, which places it amongst the top thirty cities in the world. A low-corporate tax developed infrastructure including IT and other techologies allows Dublin and Ireland to be a global tech hub for many well-known multinationals. Dublin has around 100+ tech headquarters and according to Silicon Republic, almost 10 per cent of Dublin workers are developers and it is higher than in any UK and Irish cities. Some of these developers are working the most well-known IT companies called '' the IT Big-Four''; Amazon, Facebook, Microsoft and Google, while others are working for some of the most advanced start-ups. Ireland has been instrumental in shaping the next generation of tech leaders as more and more businesses choose Dublin for their EMEA headquarters.