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PhoneBoy
2009-10-06, 17:09
Yes, these are jobs for Check Point itself. One is based in Atlanta, the other is based at Redwood City. The job descriptions are somewhat different, but both involve helping to drive sales of Check Point products and solutions. Tasks include technical design work, technical presentations/training, and limited post-sales support. Travel is required.

Redwood City opening: http://recruit.trovix.com/jobhostmaster/jobhost/ViewJobPostDetails.do?title=SECURITY+ENGINEER&jobPostId=qhubykv3cfaa3ccajwow4yzo3g&accountId=adf27452ab44b8ff8411e68ca4a68c5e48265232&button=&action=viewDetails&tid=0207-7wyavmqtuvavjpccgq2tw4je2c

Atlanta opening: http://recruit.trovix.com/jobhostmaster/jobhost/ViewJobPostDetails.do?title=SECURITY+ENGINEER&jobPostId=a4f6ex35djgibfhewnj2lhj6lc&accountId=adf27452ab44b8ff8411e68ca4a68c5e48265232&button=&action=viewDetails&tid=0207-7wyavmqtuvavjpccgq2tw4je2c

RobertGraham
2009-12-10, 16:28
RWC spot has been filled to the best of my knowledge.

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RobertGraham
2010-01-06, 00:54
Confirmed. RWC spot has been filled and is no longer vacant. NJ is searching though. Msg me if you are in the Philly area and are looking to become a Check Point SE.

PhoneBoy
2010-01-06, 02:58
The Atlanta spot has been filled, also.

kmj1268
2010-02-18, 18:49
Does anyone know what a realistic, median salary for a Check Point CCSE engineer is? I see a lot of recruiters demanding a CCSE but they low-ball the asking price. I saw where CertMag was reporting $115K as a US average. What are your thoughts on this? Is this realistic? Is this what an engineer can expect if he is a CCSE?

RayPesek
2010-02-18, 21:58
It probably would depend on the city where you're employed. If I were to move from this area to a major city it would require a massive increase in pay just to buy a home smaller than my current one.

Ray

PhoneBoy
2010-02-18, 22:14
My experience with high-tech jobs in general is that each metro area is different in terms of salary ranges (e.g. Seattle is different from the SF Bay Area). If you're outside a major metro, you will generally get paid less than if you were inside one, but your cost of living outside a metro area is generally lower.

cciesec2006
2010-02-22, 09:21
My experience with high-tech jobs in general is that each metro area is different in terms of salary ranges (e.g. Seattle is different from the SF Bay Area). If you're outside a major metro, you will generally get paid less than if you were inside one, but your cost of living outside a metro area is generally lower.

A friend of mine is working for a VAR in the Atlanta area. He is 26 years old with Cisco CCIE Security, CISSP and Checkpoint CCMSE+. He has been working in IT for about 5 years now and he is making about 180K as an SE.

PhoneBoy
2010-02-22, 09:46
That's not bad :)