Edgeless Systems is a well-funded cybersecurity startup based in Bochum, Germany. We develop tools for “confidential computing”. With confidential computing, cloud workloads finally become end-to-end secure and end-to-end verifiable. Most of the things we do is open source; check out our code on GitHub.
With our great team we are a tech leader in confidential computing. Our co-founder Felix Schuster is one of the pioneers in confidential computing and was one of the first to work on the topic during his tenure at Microsoft.
We are looking for outstanding software developers to work on different layers of our tech stack – from web technologies and microservices down to the machine code level.
Potential is more important to us than experience. But the latter certainly doesn’t hurt either :-)
- Design and develop software with high security requirements in the context of confidential computing and Intel SGX
- Design and develop distributed systems with high requirements to performance and security
- Implement cryptographic protocols
- Explore and prototype new ideas
- Relevant educational background; career starters welcome
- You are experienced in at least one of the following areas: software security, cryptographic protocols, cloud technologies
- Professional software development experience in programming languages such as Go, Rust, Python is C++17 is a plus. Our focus lies on Go
- Experience in web technologies is a plus
- You are highly motivated and have high expectations of your own performance; you are used to working independently
- You are intelligent, curious and creative
- You would describe yourself as a top-10% developer
- Competitive compensation including an attractive share program
- Remote work or a workplace in the heart of Bochum – whichever you prefer
- Exciting tasks in a dynamic environment
- Diverse opportunities for growth in a great team
We will respond to suitable applications within 24h and arrange a video interview in which we would like to introduce ourselves, get to know you and ask you a few technical questions.