Cloud Security Engineer at Auth0
United States of America
Auth0 provides an enterprise-grade platform that secures billions of logins every year. The company makes it easy to implement even the most complex identity solutions for their web, mobile, IoT and internal applications, as well as sophisticated identity management for employees, customers and partners. Auth0 has raised over $54 million from Meritech Capital, NTT DoCoMo, Trinity Ventures, Bessemer Venture Partners, K9 Ventures, Silicon Valley Bank, Founders Co-Op, Portland Seed Fund and NXTP Labs.

Thousands of enterprises and millions of users worldwide depend on Auth0 for authentication and authorization of their most mission-critical apps, APIs and IoT devices. Auth0’s top priorities are availability and security.

The Auth0 Security Team is looking for a Cloud Security Engineer to join us in keeping Auth0 and our customers data safe. You will focus on building the security controls that protect our public Cloud environment and create tools that enable our engineers safely use the Cloud.

Our engineers are encouraged to contribute back to the community and you will be supported in sharing your work by speaking at conferences and open sourcing the tools we build.

This is an exciting time to join Auth0 as we are growing quickly and this is an opportunity to drive the expansion of our Cloud Security Team.

Architect, build and maintain security controls in our Cloud environment.
Build tooling to make security frictionless for Auth0 engineers.
Develop design patterns, standards and best practices for Cloud security.
Support our engineering teams in developing secure Cloud infrastructure

A background in security engineering.
Knowledge of AWS services and security controls.
Experience with at least one programing or scripting language.
Strong written and verbal communication skills.
Extra Points:

Have a passion for infrastructure as code and have used tools such as Terraform and CloudFormation.
You write readable, maintainable code and have experience managing source code with git.
Experience working in fast pace DevOps environment.
Experience working in a global, distributed environment with a remote workforce.