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- Work at Force10 - CCIEs wanted
February 28, 2008, 10:49 pm
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Force10 Networks Inc. is rapidly growing and looking for talented
CCIEs for SE and CSE positions with present openings in the Bay Area,
Houston, and Toronto regions.
More job details below, but interested CCIEers should send resume to
firstname.lastname@example.org. (we are also looking for veteran network
global account managers.)
SE or CSE POSITION:
Direct account and partner responsibilities for selected accounts in
Keep up-to-date on relevant competitive
solutions, products and services.
Provide technical and sales support for accounts in assigned
Perform technical presentations for customers, partners and prospects.
Assist with the development of formal sales plans and proposals for
Perform hands-on work with customer/partner Lab engineers to
demonstrate product capabilities during trials/evaluations.
Actively participate as a specialist in the SE team for a technology/
application area and provide consultative support to other Systems
Excellent written and verbal communication, listening, and strong
Ability to work effectively and add value as a team member.
Demonstrated technical knowledge and consultative skills.
Strong problem solving skills: ability to assess a problem and
determine an effective course of action.
Knowledge of baseline SE skills and deep knowledge in one area of
Knowledge and demonstrated operating experience in: IP routing, LAN
switching, QoS, Ethernet, Campus/MAN, WAN, Transport systems.
Knowledge of relevant solutions sets, product line specifications,
performance criteria, network design and applications.
Competitive knowledge including solution, technology and product
Understanding and conversant about company, solutions and product
strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats.
5+ years related technical experience.
Pre-sales experience in service provider and enterprise environment
Typically requires BS/BA (EE/CS).
Cisco product experience or relevant experience in key competitor
CCIE certification preferred.
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