About  the Role: 

Vice President, Endpoint Platform will own the Research & Development of Arctic Wolf’s Endpoint Agent Platform. As VP, the candidate will be responsible for building an efficient and high performing engineering organization to deliver the product roadmap. The candidate will utilize their experience with EDR platforms and scalable backend cloud systems to guide the overall strategy, execution, and evolution of the technology and R&D organization. As VP, the candidate will own the overall security posture of the Endpoint Platform and will work with counterparts in Product Management, R&D, Sales, Marketing and Customer Success to establish Arctic Wolf as a leading endpoint platform. The candidate’s experience with managing large scale technical organizations and excellent communication skills will help them make technical presentations to large groups of internal and external stakeholders.  


  • Oversee the design and development of new products and the improvement of existing products 
  • Establish business metrics and represent the organization in executive meetings like QBRs and Product concept reviews. 
  • Work with Product Management to ensure that there is a product vision, strategy and long-term roadmap 
  • Provide industry expertise, insights and inventive ideas to Executive Team  
  • Own decision making by anticipating problems and provide recommendations for corrections  
  • Build a high performing engineering organization with no single points of failure 
  • Enable and foster a culture within the groups based on the R&D and Corporate Principles 
  • Ensure that Information Security is a top priority across the organization 
  • Inspire, lead, and grow a world-class R&D/IT/Operations organization 
  • Implement scalable processes that adopt best practices and improve code quality 
  • Ensure that the Production Operations are available and functioning appropriately to service our customers 
  • Obtain funding for existing and future R&D and IT projects 
  • Mentor senior R&D staff 
  • Participate in technical discussions around strategic alliances including M&A 

Required Skills and Experience: 

  • BS in Computer Science or equivalent 
  • 10+ years of software engineering management 
  • Proven expertise in Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR) technologies 
  • Hands-on engineering experience with modern software stacks, cloud-based SaaS platforms and architectures 
  • Experience with modern development methodologies (Agile, Kanban, XP, etc.) 
  • Demonstrated technical project management skills 
  • Familiarity with market participants and trends in several of the following: 
  • Managed Detection and Response (MDR) 
  • Cloud security technologies and implications 
  • Vulnerability management 
  • Security Infrastructure 
  • Software Supply Chain management 
  • Proven ability to develop relationships and communicate with senior executives 
  • Compelling and succinct communication skills especially presenting with slideware 
  • Ability to explain technical concepts using audience-specific language for audiences with different technical skill levels. 
  • Ability to prioritize projects with limited guidance and develop compelling justification.   

Working at Arctic Wolf:  

Arctic Wolf recognizes that success comes from delighting our customers, so we work together to ensure that happens every day. We believe in diversity and inclusion, and truly value the unique qualities all employees bring to the organization. And we appreciate that—by protecting people’s and organizations’ sensitive data and aiming to end cyber risk— we get to work in an industry that is fundamental to the greater good. 

All wolves receive compelling compensation and benefits packages, including: 

  • Equity for all employees 
  • Paid parental leave 
  • Training and career development programs 

If you're excited about this role, but do not meet all of the qualifications listed above, we encourage you to apply anyway. We review all applications and still may consider you the right person for the role or have another open position where you’re the perfect fit. 

Arctic Wolf is an Equal Opportunity Employer and considers applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, disability, genetics, or any other basis forbidden under federal, provincial, or local law. 

Arctic Wolf is committed to fostering a welcoming, accessible, respectful, and inclusive environment that ensures equal access and participation for people with disabilities. Please let us know if you require any accommodations by emailing recruiting@arcticwolf.com. 

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