HiveWatch is a tech-forward, inclusive organization fostering the evolution of the physical security industry. We are a diverse team of forward thinkers who empower each other to find creative and collaborative solutions in an industry ripe for modernization. We are passionate about the problems we’re solving for our customers and equally passionate about the company we’re building.  

HiveWatch is here to help security teams pivot from chasing threats to preventing them. We protect organizations, people, and property through the intelligent orchestration of physical security programs. With better communication, more insights, and less “noise”, we are modernizing what it means for businesses and their employees to truly feel safe. 


HiveWatch is in search of a Staff Platform Software Engineer. This role will report directly to our Engineering Manager for Noise Reduction. The Noise Reduction team’s focus is maturing our data analytics platform and offering prescriptive analytics to automate the resolution of false positive Incidents. As a Platform Software Engineer - Noise Reduction you will:

  • Deliver integral platform features to our customers on AWS using Infrastructure as Code, CI/CD pipelines, and modern service delivery practices!
  • Increase the resiliency, scalability, and maintainability of our production, test, and development environments 
  • Participate in the end-to-end lifecycle of software delivery through planning, development, deployment, testing, maintenance & monitoring


  • Languages: TypeScript, Kotlin, and Rust
  • Deployments: GitHub Actions, Terraform, Terragrunt, and Helm
  • Infrastructure: AWS (Kinesis, Serverless, RDS, EKS, LakeFormation, Athena, Glue, Quicksight)


  • Experience with object oriented programming, debugging bespoke software, and performance/diagnostics measurement skills
  • Expertise in AWS data analytics: Sagemaker, Quicksight
  • Experience with Sagemaker, machine learning workflows to support data-science
  • Experience with distributed, serverless architectures


  • AWS Solutions Architect (associate/professional), or equivalent experience
  • Experience working in a professional development workflow, git, issue tracking, and collaboration tools and agile methodologies
  • Expertise with Infrastructure as Code (IaC) using Terraform and Terragrunt 
  • Experience with AWS: Athena, Glue, LakeFormation 
  • Experience building and operating application containers
  • Experience in troubleshooting and supporting cloud architecture in AWS: Cloudwatch, x-ray


  • Salary range for this position: $165,000 to $180,000 per year
  • Eligible to participate in HiveWatch Equity Incentive Plan

*Final offer will be at the company's sole discretion and determined by multiple factors, including years and depth of relevant experience and expertise, location, and other business considerations.


In an effort to provide for our employees, HiveWatch offers a competitive benefits package which includes: 

  • Health Benefits: Medical, Vision, Dental and Life Insurance
  • Cutting edge solutions in an emerging field with lots of growth potential
  • Generous compensation packages
  • Hybrid work environment
  • 401K
  • Unlimited Paid Time Off
  • Family friendly & compassionate work culture 
  • Work with good people who CARE about making the world a better place

What is CARE? HiveWatch enables its employees to CARE for themselves, and each other through unique programs crafted by HiveWatch employees themselves. To deliver on our mission, we empower our employees to consider the meaning of job security on a holistic level. At HiveWatch, you are encouraged to challenge the status quo, provide your unique point of view, and leave fear at the (access controlled) door. In practicing CARE, we:

  • Celebrate our diverse workforce and all communities within HiveWatch. 
  • Assist the varying needs of our employees, from maintaining a work life balance to encouraging personal aspirations. 
  • Respect one another through our interactions and set personal boundaries.
  • Embrace equity through our policies and practices of hiring, promoting, and offering benefits that take care of the whole person, not just the worker. 


At HiveWatch, you are encouraged to challenge the status quo, provide your unique point of view, and leave fear at the (access controlled) door. HiveWatch enables its employees to CARE for themselves and each other through unique programs crafted by HiveWatch employees. 

HiveWatch is an equal opportunity employer and we are committed to cultivating a work environment that supports, inspires, and respects all individuals. We execute our hiring practices so that they are merit-based and we do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity/expression, marital status, age, disability, medical condition, genetic information, national origin, ancestry, military or veteran status, or other protected characteristic.

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