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I am looking for a place to post a job for an IPSEC position. Anyone know of any good FREE job boards out there that I can post on.
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Every Job Board that I know of is free to read, but costly to post to.  You might want to consider USENET news groups if you need free.

Or perhaps a mailing list?


You may have better luck HUNTING down your own potential epmployees instead of trying to post for them to find you.
http://www.zdnet.com/cc/jobs/jobs.html

What kind of IPSEC job?  There are forums for IP Security that might let you depending on the job type.
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We need an IPSEC expert to come in and help us add it to an existing security application.
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According to email I keep getting from them....
JobsOnline.com offers free postings for employers...

http://www.jobsonline.com/employers.asp

Not sure tho, I've never used it.  We have an opening here for a Unix Security Engineer, but my company will NOT allow me to post it to the net...  they have head hunters that they pay.
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I did answer this question, is it just lying around?
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Thanks for the info
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