Senior Golang Software Engineer, CIS Data Services (US)

Full Time
Centripetal Intelligence Services

Do you want to be at the forefront of intelligence-driven cybersecurity?  We at Centripetal are innovators of disruptive cybersecurity solutions.  Our CleanINTERNET managed service operationalizes billions of threat indicators in real-time to prevent over 90% of known threats against enterprise networks.  Our customers love us for reducing their cybersecurity risks and enabling their security operations to be more proactive, focused and efficient.

Intelligence Services is a group within Centripetal where cyber threat intelligence meets innovation head-on!  We're not just thinking outside the box.  We're creating entirely new boxes and filling them with groundbreaking ideas. If you want to be a part of a team that's shifting the cybersecurity landscape, hop on board the revolution!

Position: Senior Golang Software Engineer, CIS Data Services

Location: Remote from USA only (NC, VA preferred)

What You'll Do:

  • Take on the challenge of developing distributed software systems that wield the power of analytics across countless dimensions of cyber threat data.
  • Join the cloud-native revolution and build cybersecurity products that use intelligence and data in ways that make others say, "Wow, how did they think of that?"

What We Love:

  • Those who revel in overcoming even the most challenging technology and data problems. If it's easy, it's not for us!
  • Creative minds thrive in our startup atmosphere where you'll have ownership and autonomy with opportunities to make an impact.
  • Advocates of engineering excellence who embrace sustainable, frictionless workflows, and can explain the "why" every step of the way.
  • Delivering documented, maintainable, secure and testable code.
  • Innovators from head to toe, willing to take projects from a passing thought to scale and production.
  • Eloquent, distributed communicators. We're a remote team, so you should be comfortable communicating complex ideas over digital media.

Experience We're Looking For:

  • Data driven analytical systems, and/or machine learning and big data.
  • Batch and streaming technologies, and knowing the tradeoffs.
  • Multiple programming and scripting languages.
  • Container and orchestration technologies.
  • Graph/Document/SQL databases.
  • Microservices, observability and coordination.
  • Deep familiarity with at least one major cloud provider.

What Your Resume Should Flaunt:

  • At least 5+ years of software development experience in back-end software development in Go. The more, the merrier!
  • A B.S. or M.S. in computer science or related field - you've earned your stripes!

Some technologies and processes we use

  • Languages: Go, Python, And Others!
  • Data Streaming: Kafka
  • Databases: Databricks, Relational DB’s and NoSQL databases like Redis
  • Cloud: GCP, Kubernetes, Docker
  • Code Delivery: CI/CD, CircleCI, FluxCD
  • DevOps/SecDevOps

Bonus Points:

  • Experience using machine learning algorithms as part of the software product
  • Experience with cybersecurity concepts and data
  • Experience with Clojure
  • Experience with Graph Databases

About Centripetal Networks:

We are an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer who values and encourages diversity, equity and belonging at our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran or disability status.


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