Security Operations Engineer
Urban Airship - Portland, OR

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We’re looking for a hands-on Operations Engineer to focus as a Security specialist who’s had experience in an application environment.
You'll have a choice of location: San Francisco, CA or Portland, OR
Overall security for all Urban Airship products and systems
Threat modeling for network, system and services
Linux system administration, including configuration, troubleshooting, and automation
Service configuration for dozens of interconnected applications on virtualized hosts, anything from web servers to databases to home grown services
Performance analysis and tuning for applications, databases, everything in between
Create tools to help automate and conduct functional tests of infrastructure
Participate in on-call rotation
Thoroughly document status and configuration of production systems
Skills and Experience
Operating system level configuration of ip filtering design and access control list implementation
Experience writing security policies
Experience with network and application security including intrusion detection/prevention
Deep knowledge and experience in designing firewall systems
At least three years experience with Linux/System Administration and reasonably deep experience with python/java based systems
Familiarity with TCP/IP networking and routing for small and large networks
Has had skin in the game in a data center move
Experience with automation tools Intimate knowledge of backup solutions
Expert in monitoring systems and alerting
Played a role in component selection or complex decision making
Experience beyond a siloed IT department Scale/performance battle scars
Technologies we use
Note: You should know some of these, and others that you don't know, you should be excited about learning.
F5 load balancers,
Juniper SRX firewalls
Beanstalk (asynchronous job queue)
Kafka (distributed publish/subscribe messaging system)
Chef/Config management
AWS (S3, EC2, etc.)
RHEL/CentOS, Ubuntu