Sr. Software Product Architect- Network/Internet Security Products
Global leading provider of e-business infrastructure management software,
to Fortune 1000 clientele has immediate opening for a Sr. Software Product
Architect to join their growing Security R&D team in Houston, TX.
Our client is an IPO with market leading products offered on a global scale.
Our client offers an outstanding working environment, excellent benefits
and compensation packages along with opportunity at career advancement. Relocation
assistance is also provided.
As a key member of our technical team you will work with a top-notch security
focused commercial software development team in a lead role analyzing and
conceptualizing technical and business requirements for enterprise security.
Successful candidate will perform as a subject matter expert in software
and network vulnerability and hacker exploits. Will design enterprise software
solutions involving intrusion detection, vulnerability assessment and event
management. Will also consult on methodologies, practices and tools in a
development team environment. Will undertake mentoring responsibilities,
evaluate leading edge technologies and keep current on industry knowledge.
Required Skills: BSCS or related degree.
- 7+ years in commercial software product development environment
- 3+ years of experience in Security related software technology, including
vulnerability assessment,penetration assessment, Incident/Intrusion Detection,
Firewall and/or VPN Event Management.
- Must possess J2EE and/or Windows experience and have Business Strategy
- Experience in Standards-based architecture necessary and/or an understanding
of how to get there.
Interested individuals please email your resume and cover latter to the attention
Dee Dee Dial, Sr. Technology Recruiter
Pedley-Richard & Assoc.
Note: other opportunities available for Security Software Product Developers.
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