JOB-US-CA-Aliso Viejo-QA Engineer-eEye Digital Security

From: Max Quality (
Date: 04/13/03

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    Entry-level position testing network security technologies for eEye Digital
    Security, a global leader in the security industry ( Desire
    to work with the brightest minds in a fast-paced, creative environment. If
    desired, a successful candidate can transition into a software development
    position or a security R&D position.

    * Work with Software Development, R&D and Product Management to ensure
    network security products meet and exceed marketing requirements, technical
    specifications and customers' expectations
    * Develop and execute test plans, test cases, and testing methodologies to
    measure software quality
    * Discover, document and verify fixes to software defects
    * Automate testing scenarios to increase efficiency
    * Work with Technical Support and Sales Engineering to reproduce
    customer-reported issues in a lab environment
    * Maintain a QA lab environment with various operating systems and

    * 1-3 years of software testing, network administration or network security
    experience, required
    * Thorough understanding of computer networking (TCP/IP, UDP, firewalls,
    intrusion detection, protocol analyzers, vulnerability scanners), required
    * Thorough understanding of Windows platforms, required
    * Strong communication skills, oral and written, required
    * Strong analytical / troubleshooting skills, required
    * Programming experience, desired
    * User-level understanding of UNIX, desired
    * Working knowledge of HTML, XML, SQL Server, Web servers, desired
    * Working knowledge of automated software testing tools or scripting
    languages (Windows Shell, PERL), helpful
    * Microsoft, Cisco or A+ certification, helpful

    Candidates with serious interest should email their resumes (no attachments
    please) to

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