Awesome tech is made by awesome people. And we’re always looking for new team members who bring the energy, passion, commitment, and collaboration that has made Auth0 the great company it is today.

So what do we exactly build? Auth0 is an authentication and authorization platform designed by developers for developers. Basically, we make companies’ login boxes safe, secure, and seamless for anyone logging in. Our mission is to secure the world’s identities so innovators can innovate. But it’s a big mission that requires a lot of teamwork. 

Words, code, or people, whatever your skill, there’s a place for you here

Auth0 Solution Architects are the premier customer-facing role acting as advisor, subject-matter expert and delivery partner for our customers and partners. As an experienced solution architect with a focus on solution implementation, you’ll be responsible for guiding our customers from concept through to go-live and beyond. More specifically, you will be directly responsible for technical solutions related to customer Identity and Access Management and be accountable to both the customer and Auth0.

Solutions Architects at Auth0 are passionate technologists who are up-to-date on the latest cloud and hybrid stacks, can dive into code and love nothing more than applying their skills and Auth0 to a customer challenge.

Responsibilities:

  • Be the Auth0 subject-matter expert and go-to resource for delivering Auth0 integrated solutions and Auth0 implementation best practices.
  • Work with customers to understand their solution goals and desired outcomes and align those with Auth0 capabilities.
  • In collaboration with customers, architect solutions that align with industry and Auth0 best practices and that address customer goals.
  • Conduct architectural and code reviews of Auth0 integrated solutions for customers and partners alike.
  • Be the voice of the customer and Auth0 solution expert when collaborating with Auth0 internal Product, Security and Engineering teams.
  • In collaboration with the other members of the Auth0 Professional Services team, build reusable assets and materials that enable the Auth0 Community.

Requirements - Identity and Access Management Experience:

  • Hands-on experience with implementing solutions that integrate identity and access management.
  • Hands-on experience with authentication protocols e.g. OAuth 2.0, OpenID Connect, SAML.
  • An understanding of core security concerns within a typical application e.g. password hashing, SSL/TLS, encryption at rest, XSS, CSRF.

Requirements – Education and Working Experience:

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Software Engineering, Computer Science or another engineering discipline. Master’s Degree is preferred.
  • 5+ years working as a Software Engineer, Software Architect or a Consultant.
  • Previous Professional Services experience is a plus.

Requirements - Solution Architecture & Development Experience:

  • In-depth knowledge and proven experience with at least one web development language/technology e.g. NodeJS, .NET, Java, etc.
  • Working knowledge of authentication and authorization protocols and application security.
  • Proven experience in architecting and implementing cloud and hybrid solutions with AWS, Azure, Heroku or other cloud platforms, including mobile platforms.
  • Experience in designing and developing APIs and RESTFul services.
  • Experience with SQL and NoSQL databases is a plus
  • Familiar with DevOps processes e.g. continuous integration, etc.

Requirements - Consulting and Leadership Experience:

  • Experience in serving as a coach, mentor, subject matter expert, and escalation point for customers, internal teams and colleagues.
  • Self-motivation and an ability to execute independently.
  • Multitasking and time management skills.
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills.
  • Ability to work in a remote setting with remote co-workers.
  • Travel may be required.

Auth0 makes the internet safer by safeguarding billions of login transactions each month.

Our team is spread across more than 35 countries and we are proud to continually be recognized as a great place to work. Culture is critical to us, and we are transparent about our vision and principles. We practice N+1>N which applies to everything from our people to how we iterate our tech; we believe in one team, one score; and we give a shit about everything we do.

Research shows that candidates from underrepresented backgrounds often don’t apply unless they meet all the job criteria. We aren’t looking for someone who ticks every single box on a page; we’re looking for lifelong learners and people who can make us better with their unique experiences. If you think you’d be a great fit, then please get in touch to tell us about yourself.

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