Over 100,000 businesses and millions of people use 1Password to protect their most important information, and we believe those people – and the companies they work for – shouldn’t have to choose between security and productivity. We see security as a human challenge, rather than a technological one. It’s hard work, but our mission has always been to ease the tension between security and convenience and help people navigate the digital world without fear or friction. Human-centric security is part of our DNA, but human-centricity is also the backbone of our culture. We encourage big ideas and new ways of working that help us to make the online world a safer place for everyone.
At 1Password, customer privacy and security come forest and foremost; this commitment informs everything we do, and the Security Team is responsible for upholding this commitment. We are a passionate team that really cares about protecting our customers, and we are looking for new team members that share this passion. As a Junior Security Engineer, you will be working as part of the Security Engineering team to help us continue to raise the bar for security in our environment. This includes enhancing the security of our existing platform and assisting with the design and build of new platforms.
This is a remote opportunity within Canada, the US, the UK, and the Netherlands.
What we’re looking for:
- Experience working on a remote team.
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
- A strong passion for Privacy and Security.
- Experience in system administration, software development, or security auditing.
- Experience automating tasks using Bash or Python.
What you can expect:
- Assist with code and design reviews.
- Assist the development teams with building security critical features.
- Develop internal security tools.
- Assist with the integration and monitoring of automated security testing tools.
- Assist in performing automated and manual security testing.
- This position may require occasional work on nights or weekends in the event a significant security issue is discovered.