Engineer, Multifactor & Anomaly Detection (REMOTE) at Auth0
United States of America
The Multifactor Authentication team builds the Auth0 MFA product. This involves the development of backend services, mobile applications, and components in our management dashboard to determine when, if, and how these additional security mechanism should be triggered during an authentication transaction.

The product's customer base is quickly increasing in size, and there are many interesting challenges that come along with this.

If you’re looking to be part of a growing team of talented engineers and to contribute to delivering amazing, customer-focused features, this is a great opportunity.
You will

Collaborate with fellow team members on priorities, specifications, and feature implementation
Build secure and performant services and web components
Evaluate new technologies and techniques to improve overall practices
Craft well-documented, reusable, and testable code
Implement new features such as support for multiple methods of authentication (SMS, push notifications, or OTP) for a single account
Improve the performance and reliability of the service
You might be a good fit for this role if you

Work well with technical and non-technical people to deliver high-value results
Dream of working on a cloud service that has other developers as customers
Easily adapt to change, which allows you to strive in a iterative environments
Like to lead by example
We are open about technology choices, and we like to contribute to OSS projects. Our current stack focuses on Node, MongoDB, Redis, and vanilla JS, but we focus on picking the right tools for the job.
You can learn more about our hiring process here.

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