Private Business Network is hiring a
Remote Full Stack Go Software Engineer
Private Business Network is an enterprise VPN and cyber security solution being developed by the makers of Private Internet Access (PIA), one of the world's leading consumer VPN services. We are building a next-generation cyber security product for SMBs that want the ease-of-use of a consumer VPN (On/Off), but need centralized management, powerful web filtering, and end-to-end encrypted audit logging. The product is currently in internal beta and launching later this summer.\n\n\n\nYour challenge, should you choose to accept it, is to lead the development of the backend VPN infrastructure, custom VPN client/server framework, and cross-platform VPN clients. It is full-stack in the truest sense, with roughly a 75% backend and 25% frontend split, although not in the sense of a traditional web app. The frontend consists of VPN clients using webview technologies (custom, not Electron). Knowledge of Win32 and macOS Cocoa will be helpful in making the apps feel at home on these platforms.\n\n\n\nIn addition, there are plenty of opportunities to work on various different parts of the product, including end-to-end encrypted audit logging, cryptographic key management, single-sign on (SSO), device management (MDM), configuration management, and more.\n\n\n\nOur infrastructure is managed with Packer, Terraform, and Docker and we use both AWS and bare metal hosting providers. We're strong believers in a "less is more" philosophy and still use Makefiles and shell scripts with a sprinkle of Python in our build process.\n\n\n\nWe are a fully-remote company, although sometimes our team members like to be in the same part of the world, it is by no means a requirement. Currently, we are just a handful of people, but we want to cultivate a transparent and friendly culture where everybody feels like they are connected and part of a team that is building something awesome!\n\n\n\nCompensation Salary DOE ($120,000 - $150,000 USD) | Health/Dental/Vision paid 100% for U.S. Employees | Flexible Vacation Time | Employer paid STD, LTD, and Life/AD&D | Additional perks if on-site in Denver, CO office, such as lunch/snack and transportation benefits. \n\n# Requirements\n* Cross-platform (native or hybrid) app development experience (macOS, Windows, Linux)\n\n* Familiar with network protocol design, C10K problem, and Go garbage collector highly desired\n\n* Secure systems design experience is a nice to have (cryptography, AWS KMS, Secrets Manager, etc.)\n\n* Experience containerizing applications using Docker (e.g., Kubernetes concepts desired!)\n\n* Familiarity with Curve25519, ECDH, secret sharing, WireGuard, osquery, MDM, etc. are a huge plus! \n\Please mention the words **SUBJECT DEPOSIT OLYMPIC** when applying to show you read the job post completely. RMy4yMzYuMjQ0LjEyMg==. This is a beta feature to avoid spam applicants. Companies can search these words to find applicants that read this and see they're human.\n\n \n\n#Salary and compensation\n
No salary data published by company so we estimated salary based on similar jobs related to Golang, Engineer, Backend, Full Stack, Front End, Developer, Digital Nomad and Python jobs that are similar:\n\n
$62,500 — $120,000/year\n
# How do you apply?\n\nPlease email [email protected] with "Private Business Network Application" in the subject line and include your current resume, links to shipping apps or code you are most proud of. Thanks for looking!
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