The Senior Manager of Security Engineering leads a team of operations security engineers that protect all of Mozilla. You will design, develop, implement and operate security services and programs that improve the security posture of Mozilla. You will build and deliver tools and solutions and partner with teams across the organization to improve overall operations security from the infrastructure to the application.
In this role, you will…
- Manage operations security services including fraud detection, security tooling, data security, and cloud security
- Lead the development of the operations security engineering strategy and technical roadmap
- Develop tooling and frameworks to secure backend services throughout the SDLC
- Lead a group of globally distributed security engineers, guide and empower them to plan, design and implement security operations
Your Professional Profile
- 5+ years of relevant hands-on experience in security services with experience in leading and driving development of security tools
- 3+ years of people management experience and the ability to develop and mentor team members under your leadership
- Experience running security across public cloud and on-premise infrastructure and understanding of controls used to protect these environments
- Knowledge of software development lifecycle, software testing, and release management
- Familiarity with modern devops practices and how software and infrastructure is configured in cloud services
- Understanding of risk management concepts and risk driven security architecture
- Good interpersonal, influencing, and communication skills
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