Network Security Engineer (Blue Team)

JSCM Group
Job LocationCharlotte Metro
Job TagCybersecurity


We are looking for a Network Security Engineer to join our main defensive group, the Blue Team. In this position, you will be responsible for working directly with our project team to deploy cybersecurity-related projects for our clients.  Our projects can range depending on the needs of our clients, but all have an ultimate focus on security.  To be successful in this role, you be able to design and deploy a secure network, communicate clearly and effectively with the client, and have a passion for teaching others how to implement better security.  


  • Secure network design with proper segmentation and focuses on ZTNA
  • Network infrastructure deployments (firewalls, switches, wireless access points)
  • VPN/site-to-site configuration and deployment
  • Secure authentication implementation, including MFA and secure wireless access


  • Extensive understanding of secure networking practices (VLANs, secure routing, subnetting, etc.)
  • Experience with deployment of next-generation firewalls and security features (IDS, IPS, DLP, etc.)
  • Knowledge of secure wireless practices (WPA2-Enterprise, WPA3)
  • Understanding of SD-WAN
  • Experience with hybrid-cloud environments (AWS, Azure)
  • Understanding of secure authentication methodologies including MFA, SAML, RADIUS, LDAPS
  • Ability to troubleshoot high-level issues as they relate to network connectivity or authentication
  • Understanding of cybersecurity concepts and security threats applicable to network devices
  • Minimum of 2 years of experience with networking/information security
  • Ability to travel – We strive to provide a minimum 2-week notice to any engineer for travel, outside of extenuating circumstances. Travel should not exceed more than 40%.
  • Ability to work outside of typical working hours – Evening and weekend work may be required, depending on the project.
  • Ability to work on multiple projects simultaneously and to respond to shifting priorities with ease.
  • Ability to work efficiently and productively with minimal guidance or direction.

Qualifications that will make you stand out:

  • Experience with the following:
    • Firewall – Cisco ASA, Fortinet, Palo Alto, SonicWALL, and WatchGuard
    • Switches – Aruba, Cisco, Meraki, Fortinet, and Ruckus
  • SASE/SSE deployment exposure
  • Industry certifications (CCNA, Fortinet NSE 4+, etc.)

Product/Vendor Experience:

Have experience with any of these products or vendors? Make sure to let us know!

  • CrowdStrike
  • WatchGuard (firewall, access points)
  • Fortinet (firewall, email appliance, NAC, switches, access points)
  • Meraki (switches, access points)
  • Cisco (firewall, switches)
  • Barracuda (firewall, email appliance)
  • Aruba (switches, access points)
  • PaloAlto (firewall)
  • Microsoft365

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