Open-source, blazing fast alternative to corporate VPNs
We’re looking for a Founding Engineer to help make foundational technology decisions and mentor a growing team. You'll build software that companies trust to shuffle packets around quickly and securely. Performance, reliability, and security are key. This would be a great role for a seasoned engineer looking to join a fast-growing security startup.
We use a combination of Elixir/Phoenix and Rust. If you love solving complex, distributed systems problems and/or enjoy hacking on low-level networking code that interfaces closely with the Linux kernel, this role is ideal for you!
If you're not an expert in any of the languages we use, that's ok! While a certain amount of Elixir proficiency is ideal for this role, we're happy to bring the right candidate up to speed. We value motivation to learn quickly and tackle challenging technical problems above all else.
Take a look through our open issues on Github and let us know if you'd be interested in tackling the technical problems we're working on.
We value the ability to learn quickly, take ownership, and ship product features over raw years of experience or company logos on your resume. Our goal is to make a well-informed decision based on your ability to do the work you’ll be expected to do at Firezone without subjecting you to a long drawn-out process. Our process involves:
Firezone secures remote access to networks and applications for organizations of all sizes around the world. We’re building a next-generation, open-source network security platform that leverages new tech like WireGuard and eBPF to provide a run-anywhere firewall for the work-anywhere era.
We’re backed by world-class investors such as Y Combinator, 1984 Ventures, Uncorrelated Ventures, Gaingels, Amino Capital, and many notable angel investors.