Intruder is a SaaS platform that helps companies easily identify their cyber security weaknesses, and fix them, before they get hacked. In the past, we’ve been through some prestigious accelerators like CyLon and the GCHQ Cyber Accelerator. We're a fast growing startup, over 2200 customers from around the world love our product!
Our tech stack
We're looking for a Frontend Software Engineer who likes working in a close-knit team and enjoys implementing delightful, easy-to-use user interfaces.
The ideal candidate will be someone who can hit the ground running and take the lead in bringing our front-end project to the next level as we scale up the software engineering team within the company.
Ideally you'll have an interest in cyber security, and also enjoy the challenge of presenting complex concepts in an "easy to understand" way.
You should be able to build clean, secure and efficient code based on specifications and in compliance with coding standards
Intruder is a dynamic and well-funded startup operating in a very fast growing market (even during the current economic downturn). You'll join the company at just the right time, we've established a product-market fit and things are now really taking off!
This is an intermediate role and we're offering a competitive salary in the range of £55,000 - £70,000, depending on your existing experience and skill set. In addition, we will add share options that allow you to significantly benefit financially as we increase the value of the company.
Our base is London, but a large part of our team is located around the globe. Although London-based employees are welcome to work from our WeWork office in Shoreditch (near Old Street), the development team will continue to have a "remote-first" culture. We're going through a period of significant growth right now but our top priority is to ensure we keep our fun but professional working environment. We'll consider remote applications for this role as long as you're within 2 hours of the GMT timezone.
We've designed our application process to be as fair as possible. We don't do "gotcha" questions or whiteboard exercises -- we want to learn what you're like to work with, not whether you've memorized quicksort!