Senior Software Engineer Enterprise Security Engineering (Java & AWS)
Come join the Enterprise Security Engineering team and help us build security solutions that will be used by thousands of internal customers. We are looking for a seasoned software developer that lives and breathes security.
- Gathering functional requirements, developing technical specifications, and project & test planning
- Participate as part of an agile development team
- Designing/developing/maintaining backend and some frontend software - includes enhancements, bug fixes and PoCs.
- Roughly 85% hands-on coding, both developing and extending in house APIs and writing client side code which interacts with other APIs(RESTful and SDKs)
- Resolve defects/bugs during QA testing, pre-production, production, and post-release patches
- Work cross-functionally with various Intuit teams: product management, QA/QE, peer Information Security teams, various product lines, and business units
- Contribute to the design and architecture of the multiple concurrent projects
- 6+ years of experience developing tools and security applications
- BS/MS in computer science or equivalent.
- Strong understanding of identity and access management technologies such as SSO, LDAP, Federation (SAML), and OAuth
- Recent JIRA, Github, and Java experience
- Experience with the entire Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC).
- Solid communication skills: Demonstrated ability to explain complex technical issues to both technical and non-technical audiences.
- Strong understanding of the Software design/architecture process.
- Fluent in multiple programming languages on multiple platforms
- Experience developing, maintaining, and innovating large scale, consumer facing applications.
- Always Be Learning and applying latest concepts to improve the existing applications
- Experience with Amazon Web Services (AWS), IAM, STS, KMS, and API integrations with multiple AWS
- Experience with Agile Development and Scrum methodologies
- Experience with Oracle Access Manager, PingFederate, and LDAP directories are a plus
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