Our next Lead Application Security Engineer is experienced at building security into the SDLC for web platforms, mobile applications, and digital devices. They are forward thinking and like to stay one step ahead of the latest threats. You are passionate about cloud, DevOps, rugged software, security and want to help software engineers build more secure applications, e-commerce, and digital products.



  • Develop and implement best practices, reference implementations, automation, and testing for application security in web, mobile and API development
  • Support application security team efforts to engage throughout the SDLC including:
  • Create & communicate security requirements
  • Conduct threat modeling exercises
  • Assist with secure coding & secure design patterns
  • Act as product owner for security features and changes
  • Ensure proper testing & quality for security
  • Consult with product owners, architects, and developers on application security
  • Train developers, architects, code reviewers, and others on secure coding design patterns
  • Improve application & data security awareness throughout UA E-Commerce & Digital
  • Evaluate new security technology, trends and vulnerabilities and make recommendations to enhance our security posture
  • Monitor platform security, and assist the team to make continuous improvements
  • Mentor and develop team members on their career journey
  • Prepare and present recommendations to developers, architects, product owners, and managers



  • You have found defects in someone else’s code, helped them fix the issues, yet you remain friends
  • Ability to learn new programming languages and platform technologies quickly
  • Understanding of web, mobile, and API design patterns and core architectures
  • Fluid knowledge and experience with AWS, Docker, DevOps
  • Passion for supporting all types of athletes through digital technologies
  • Awareness & applied use of OWASP Top Ten, CWE, and other types of web attack patterns
  • Applied use of web application penetration testing and static code analysis tools
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills



  • Relevant work experience in software development, application security or information security of at least 5 years
  • Bachelors degree in computer science or relevant engineering major plus 3 or more years of relevant work experience
  • Masters degree in computer science or relevant engineering major plus 2 or more years of  relevant work experience



  • Experience with AWS, particularly IAM, CloudWatch, CloudTrail, ACM, ELB, and S3
  • Experience with CI/CD pipelines and tools like Docker, Jenkins, kubernetes
  • Strong desire and ability to learn new technologies
  • CSSLP certification
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