Senior Corporate Security Engineer

Remote -
Full time
Posted
employer logo
Atlassian
I.T., digital & online media services
5,001-10,000 employees
Compare employers
Apply on company site

Job description

Atlassian is embarking on a series of strategic enhancements aimed at bolstering the security and efficiency of our corporate IT environment. As a corporate security engineer, you will be responsible for designing, building, and deploying new security controls for our fleet of Mac and Windows devices.

The role offers a great chance to work with a wide variety of teams, tech stacks, and SaaS providers in a highly dynamic environment.

The candidate must be located in Pacific Time Zone for this position.

In this role, you’ll get to:

  • Make a real difference to Atlassian security and privacy;

  • Lead big organizational and technical change; and

  • Do interesting diverse technical work, your way.

More about you

We’re looking for individuals who can adapt quickly, be flexible and enjoy working in a variety of areas. To be successful, you must thrive on autonomy and open work.

Compensation

At Atlassian, we strive to design equitable, explainable, and competitive compensation programs. To support this goal, the baseline of our range is higher than that of the typical market range, but in turn we expect to hire most candidates near this baseline. Base pay within the range is ultimately determined by a candidate's skills, expertise, or experience. In the United States, we have three geographic pay zones. For this role, our current base pay ranges for new hires in each zone are:

Zone A: $190,500 - $253,900

Zone B: $171,400 - $228,500

Zone C: $158,100 - $210,800

This role may also be eligible for benefits, bonuses, commissions, and equity.

Please visit go.atlassian.com/payzones for more information on which locations are included in each of our geographic pay zones. However, please confirm the zone for your specific location with your recruiter.

It's great, but not required, if you have:

  • Familiarity with security frameworks and compliance standards such as ISO27001, HIPPA, FedRAMP

  • Experience with data loss prevention tooling

  • An IT background including system administration skills, especially with AD, SSO, Google Workspace, and AWS environments; and

  • Experience with Third Party Risk Management (TPRM), with an emphasis on vendor security assessments