Technical Lead Manager, Application Security
- East Bay, CA, United States
- Los Angeles, CA, United States
- New York, NY, United States
- Seattle, WA, United States
- San Francisco, CA, United States
- Silicon Valley, CA, United States
Technical Lead Manager, Application Security at Cruise San Francisco, CA We're Cruise, a self-driving service designed for the cities we love.
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About the Role: The Application Security team at Cruise focuses on partnering with groups throughout the company to create and deliver applications and services that are secure. Our work includes audits such as code reviews, threat models and application assessments; building a partnership with engineering teams in defining security related requirements and providing input on design proposals. The team also creates libraries, tools, and practices which allow us to scale our work to cover an increasingly large and complex code base.
In this role you will both lead this small team as their manager as well as take an active role in engineering solutions to help protect applications at Cruise. Applicants should have strong application security engineering skills as well as either some experience as a manager or a record of technical leadership as an engineer that is looking to expand into a limited managerial role. Applicants should feel comfortable contributing to both roles as well as frequently switching between them.
We are especially interested in speaking with candidates that have diverse backgrounds and perspectives. We’re solving novel security problems at Cruise; novel perspectives make this easier!
We are ok with remote work!
What you’ll be doing: Lead the long-term technical strategy of an engineering focused security team responsible for ensuring Cruise applications and services are developed securely Be capable or prioritizing security efforts as well as help teams understand prioritization of performing security mitigation work Perform reviews ranging from architectural design to threat modeling and source code level assessments, providing actionable recommendations to make our products more secure Collaborate closely with engineering and security teams on security focused code reviews and implementation of security best practices in essential systems Write and use tools to help identify application security flaws and provide fixes or work with engineering teams to see issues are remediated What you must have: Extensive experience (10+ years) in the application security space; securing complex interconnected web applications and their architectures using Golang, Python and/or Node.js Previous technical leadership or managerial experience A documented history of finding high impact vulnerabilities or participating in the creation of tools to do the same A track record of developing projects from design to implementation and maintenance A broad and practical understanding of security fundamentals and their application Experience using a variety of static and dynamic security tools Practical knowledge and experience working in public cloud environments & IAM solutions (AWS, GCP, etc.) An interest in building creative solutions to challenging security problems with a focus on mentorship and scaling the team’s impact Bonus Points! Contributions to the security community (open source, white papers, talks, etc) Doing well at large CTF events Experience with mobile security Experience with embedded security Why Cruise? Our benefits are here to support the whole you: Competitive salary and benefits 401(k) Cruise matching program Medical / dental / vision, AD+D and Life One Medical membership Flexible vacation and company paid holidays Healthy meals and snacks provided for non-remote employees Paid parental leave Fertility Benefits Dependent Care Flexible Spending Account, subsidized by Cruise Flexible Spending Account Monthly wellness stipend Pre-tax Commuter Benefit Plan for non-remote employees We’re Integrated Through our partnerships with General Motors and Honda, we are the only self-driving company with fully integrated manufacturing at scale. We’re Funded GM, Honda, Microsoft, SoftBank, & T. Rowe Price, have invested billions in Cruise. Their backing for our technology demonstrates their confidence in our progress, team, and vision and makes us one of the leading autonomous vehicle organizations in the industry. Our deep resources greatly accelerate our operating speed. We’re Independent We have our own governance, board of directors, equity, and investors. Our independence allows us to not just work on the edge of technology, but also define it. We’re Vested You won’t just own your work here, you’ll have the potential to own equity in Cruise, too. We are competing in a market that is projected to grow exponentially, which gives our company valuation room to grow. Cruise LLC is an equal opportunity employer. We strive to create a supportive and inclusive workplace where contributions are valued and celebrated, and our employees thrive by being themselves and are inspired to do the best work of their lives.
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