Senior Software Engineer - Snyk Code Division (Typescript / Go)
Every day, the world gets more digital thanks to tens of millions of developers building the future faster than ever. But with exponential growth comes exponential risk, as outnumbered security teams struggle to secure mountains of code. This is where Snyk (pronounced “sneak”) comes in. Snyk is a developer security platform that makes it easy for development teams to find, prioritize, and fix security vulnerabilities in code, dependencies, containers, and cloud infrastructure — and do it all right from the start. Snyk is on a mission to make the world a more secure place by empowering developers to develop fast and stay secure.
Snyk Code enables developers to scan their own source code for security issues and provides meaningful and actionable results to fix those issues. We support different environments and integrations as part of the CI/CD, IDE Plugins and web experience as well. We try to bring a new, innovative and a fast experience into the SAST product world. We have end to end ownership of all of our tech stack - Node and Go microservices.
You’ll Spend Your Time:
- Pair-programming to collaboratively build the services that power Snyk
- Making use of best practices and new technologies to maintain and extend our existing services.
- Working across the stack and entire development life cycle to build, test, deploy and support high quality, reliable, fast services that power Snyk
- Collaborating with other teams to build a product everyone truly loves
- Continuously delivering small, high quality changes to production, at a sustainable pace
- Identifying potential improvements in our team processes and workflows and driving the changes needed to address them
- Supporting and growing the other engineers in your team through pairing, feedback and mentoring
- Investigating and addressing performance and scalability concerns across our services as we grow.
- Evolving our technology and architecture to meet the challenges ahead.
- Participating in our on-call rotation (compensated)
What You’ll Need:
- Collaboration skills for paired programming and code reviews, and enjoyment in working with others
- The ability to talk about potentially complex technical concepts in ways that make it easy for others to understand
- High standards for code quality, testing and continuous delivery
- Comfort working with multiple teams and across the stack to deliver new features from ideation to production
- A fast-paced approach, fitting a start-up environment
- Comfort working with uncertainties and unknowns
We’d be Lucky if You:
- Have a demonstrable track record of project leadership and mentorship of software engineers.
- Have experience contributing to open-source projects
- Are familiar with distributed system architecture
- Have Golang, cloud-native and/or Docker experience
We care deeply about the warm, inclusive environment we’ve created and we value diversity – we welcome applications from those typically underrepresented in tech. If you like the sound of this role but are not totally sure whether you’re the right person, do apply anyway!
Snyk is committed to creating an inclusive and engaging environment where our employees can thrive as we rally behind our common mission to make the digital world a safer place. From Snyk employee resource groups, to global benefits that help our employees prioritize their health, wellness, financial security, and a work/life blend, we aim to support our employees along their entire journeys here at Snyk.
Benefits & Programs
Prioritize health, wellness, financial security, and life balance with programs tailored to your location and role.
- Flexible working hours, work-from home allowances, in-office perks, and time off for learning and self development
- Generous vacation and wellness time off, country-specific holidays, and 100% paid parental leave for all caregivers
- Health benefits, employee assistance plans, and annual wellness allowance
- Country-specific life insurance, disability benefits, and retirement/pension programs, plus mobile phone and education allowances
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