Probely, a Portuguese cybersecurity startup, is looking for a Scanning Engine Developer to join our engineering team and help us improve our product and the security of our customers.
In this role, you will develop our scanning engine, adding features and improving existing ones.
Our scanning engine orchestrates multiple components, including specialized scanners that handle specific vulnerabilities and technologies. This position requires working on the technologies that orchestrate and connect the components, but also in the components themselves, which often means working directly in the detection of vulnerabilities.
The ideal candidate has a backend developer profile with some knowledge of web security (or interest in the topic, at least). The candidate must have at least 2 years of professional experience with Python.
What we offer:
At its core, Probely is a service that finds vulnerabilities in Web Applications and APIs, providing guidance on how to fix them in a developer-friendly approach. It has a friendly web interface and follows an API-first development approach, providing all features through an API. This allows Probely to be used in Continuous Integration pipelines to automate security testing and to integrate with virtually anything.
Our customer base is spread globally, from Australia to the US, and we have employees in five countries. We recently received a Series A investment to further help us grow.
This is an excellent opportunity if you're looking to work with a highly experienced team of developers and security professionals with whom you can learn a lot. It also gives you a chance to help the company grow and you with it.
Our team is cohesive and informal. Each person has the autonomy to try different stuff. We make mistakes, we learn from them, and we try harder.
Probely is a remote-first company, meaning equal terms when working from home or the office. This means that if we have a meeting and part of the team is in the office, and at least one person is remote, and everyone will join the discussion as if they were remote.
Submit your application in English. All applications in any other language will not be considered.