We are looking for a Full Stack Engineer to join our team. This is an opportunity to contribute and be part of a team working on today’s latest security and cloud services technologies. Bridgecrew develops an automation platform for scaling cloud infrastructure security. The platform automates log auditing, compliance scanning, remediation execution, guardrails deployment for AWS and Terraform. It includes standardized APIs that can be incorporated into CI/CD pipelines to prevent misconfiugrations before they impact production. Founded in 2019, Bridgecrew is backed by NFX, Sorensen Ventures, Draper Nexus and others to make cloud security simple and accessible. Bridgecrew is headquartered in San Francisco with an R&D office in Tel Aviv.
You will participate in building the most user-friendly cloud security services of the industry.
You will propose, design and test innovative ways to handle cloud security challenges.
You will leverage Amazon Web Services Serverless architecture and containers orchestration frameworks together with and other emerging technologies.
You will regularly interact with end-users to understand how your systems can serve them better.
You will propose, design and test applications to ensure quality and systems reliability.
3 years of experience working as a full stack engineer
Experience working with live production systems
Experience with Amazon Web Services
Familiarity with CI/CD methodologies, experience with relevant tools (such as Jenkins, Github actions, CircleCI)
Independent, autodidact with excellent problem solving and Passion to learn cutting edge technologies
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