Network Security C/C++ Team Leader


Position Description

The Network Security C/C++ team leader will lead an R&D team, responsible for development and maintenance of a multi-gigabit security solution to prevent hackers from penetrating or taking down our customers' sites (Layers 2-7). The team is in charge of solving challenging customer problems, development of customer features and technical escalation management in short development cycles. The desired candidate should reclaim technical leadership and be able to guide team members to solve challenging customer problems, as well as solve some of them by themselves (hands-on). The candidate will be able to create designs to meet new customer features, and will be able to face calls w/ customers and high profile figures in Radware.

Responsibilities

  • At least 2 years of experience as a software development team leader
  • At least 3 years of additional hands-on experience with C/C++ server-side programming in Linux based environment
  • BSc/BA Computer Science or equivalent
  • Solid background in networking (TCP/IP, HTTP, SSL, DNS, etc.)
  • Expertise in coding, analyzing, and troubleshooting in a network environment
  • Good systems knowledge of Linux
  • Experience with cyber security applications development (advantage)
  • Good communication skills and a self-starter
  • Excellent English

How to Apply

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