Implementation Engineer

The primary responsibility of the Implementation Engineer is to assist in executing and managing implementations of CyberArk’s products. In performing this responsibility, the Implementation Engineer will be assigned to assist with multiple simultaneous implementations in various parts of the country. This position requires 30% to 40% nationwide travel. In addition, the position requires post-sale, support activities and technical relations with customers. The Implementation Engineer will report to the Director of Field Services.

Responsibilities may include, but are not limited to:

  • Assist with developing, managing, and executing project plans and timelines for key deliverables
  • Assist with on-site implementations and customer communications
  • Help maintain customer relationships and identify opportunities for growth
  • Collaborate in the ongoing development of training materials and curricula
  • Collaborate with the team on consulting and development activities
  • Support the Technical Support team by assisting with day-to-day support duties
  • Collaborate with other CyberArk departments to ensure coordination and completion of all additional implementation related tasks
  • 30% to 40% nationwide travel

Job Requirement:

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science
  • Prior internship in a technical role is preferred
  • Demonstrable knowledge of basic Information Security and Network Architecture concepts
  • Demonstrated ability to assume sole and independent responsibilities
  • Ability to keep track of numerous detail-intensive, independent tasks and ensure accurate completion
  • Ability to train technical users
  • Ability to conduct technical presentations
  • Experience with UNIX operating systems
  • Experience in programming

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