Systems Software Engineer

Position: Systems Engineer (MacOS/Linux)
What you’ll be doing: As a key part of our engineering team you’ll assist in developing agent technology that enables JumpCloud system management to authenticate across environments with heterogeneous operating systems.  

In this role that sits in between system-level and application development you’ll:
  • Work with Mac, Windows and Linux/OS X APIs and potentially explore the OS authentication internals
  • Write code which integrates with OS X FileVault and Keychain tools/APIs
  • Help develop a highly performant scale out of our SaaS infrastructure platform
We’re looking for…
Software Engineers with specific OS system level development skills (MacOS, Linux) or a strong desire to work at this level. If you come with C/C++ or the OS level skills, we'll provide the opportunity to learn Golang and the web skills. 
  • 2+ years commercial experience doing native development for desktop applications in MacOS or Linux platform. ( i.e. system level API calls, kernel level or driver development, security management, file or sync organization, file system process management, OS routines)
  • MacOS systems level development using Objective C/Swift OR Linux application development in C/C++
  • Experience integrating with the Apple Security Framework for Authentication and Authorization is a big plus.
  • Experience building applications that securely consume RESTful web services is also a big plus.
  • Willingness to learn and embrace new technologies, languages, and frameworks. We’re working in Go and C/C++ so experience in Java, C, C++, or Python is important.
  • Comfortable with Linux/OSX/Unix as desktop development environment
  • Strong team player that wants to win together. We are both Agile and agile, and we’re a team that’s constantly working together
  • Passion for product and customer, not just for code.
  • Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science or a closely related field
Systems Software Engineer
Department: Engineering
Location: Boulder
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