Software Development Engineer - Security - Internship Summer 2019
Do you want to ship a project and be mentored by the best next summer?
OfferUp is changing how people buy and sell locally by making it as easy as taking and sharing a photo from your phone. We are not just about connecting buyers and sellers; we are about creating a simple and safe marketplace that changes people’s lives. We are a rapidly growing team in Seattle looking to bring on more passionate, motivated, and curious individuals who want to be a part of our fast growing team.
At a Glance
- A top shopping app on iTunes and Google Play
- Geekwire App of Year
- 60+ Million Downloads
OfferUp is seeking a passionate and curious hacker intern who derives purpose in life by revealing potential weaknesses and then crafting creative solutions to systematically eliminate those weaknesses. You will work as part of a small, fast-moving security team spending equal time breaking services and building automated controls that protect the security and privacy of OfferUp’s users.
- Develop high quality software to enhance application level security.
- Penetration test OfferUp Internal Services
- Build automated attack tooling to detect vulnerabilities before they get to production.
- Take ownership for the identification, implementation, and maintenance of technical security controls required to mitigate risks.
- Interact directly with the security community regarding vulnerabilities and threats.
- Currently attending a Computer Science program, graduating 2020.
- Ability to write high quality code: reliable, efficient, easy to debug and maintain
- A solid understanding of information security standards & methodologies
- Familiarity with security architecture, network protocols, cloud storage/computing, and software engineering practices
- Exceptional problem solving skills
- Ability to distill complex security problems and drive toward creative solutions
- Passion for technology, information security, and how OfferUp protects and delivers services to its 20+ million users