One of largest investment management companies in the world is looking to continue their expansion and add Application Security Engineers to the team. This organization is being built to modernize and enhance on existing systems, acting as innovators to build cutting-edge, complex security programs and solutions across the company.
They seek to drive economic growth and make a positive impact. Doing this by acquiring extraordinary professionals to work with them, along with flexible capital to help companies resolve issues quickly.
Ideally seeking professionals with 1 – 5 years of experience, and a background in consultancy, enterprise security, corporate finance type of environment, but no limit to industry background.
Someone with the core, technical skills in:
- Application Security
- Secure Code Review/Ability to read and write code
- Penetration Testing
- Threat Modeling
- Secure SDLC (Software Development Life Cycle)
- Developing/Creating Tooling
The more breadth and range in experience, the better with higher opportunity for moving up quickly within the company.
The main functions of the role are:
1. Developing partnerships internally by building relationships with various teams, gain an understanding of what they are building or working on and educating each other on security best practices; integrating security.
2. Being an Engineer, creating tools, automation, and working closely with developers.
3. Penetration testing: breaking and hacking internally
Alongside being skilled, brilliant engineers working on exciting and challenging engagements, they’re a highly collaborative team that supports and encourages innovation and entrepreneurial mindsets. This is a great opportunity for someone who is looking to broaden the skillset without having expectation to be a SME.
This is a hybrid role required 1-2 days in office in either the New York City, NY or Miami, FL location (given where you are located).
If you are applying to the New York City, NY location, you must be fully vaccinated to as per state of New York law.