Strength in Trust

Our goal at OneTrust is to bring the power of trust to companies all over the world. Using cutting-edge technology and a real-world approach to ethics, compliance, privacy, security, and third-party risk, we’ve created a no-nonsense platform to help supercharge the global push for trust.

The Challenge

As OneTrust product teams continue to deliver new products, we’re looking for an experienced AEM (Adobe Experience Manager) Architect to support the deployment and development of our product marketing websites, as well as migration of legacy content from other platforms to AEM. 

Your Mission

  • Develop modern user experiences for customer-facing web properties that are progressive and responsive  
  • Drive engagement and usage of the web platform application  
  • Build experiences across a broad range of core technologies, including HTML, CSS, JavaScript and Java   
  • Work cross-functionally with UX Design, Marketing and Engineering on project requirements, assets and content   
  • Taking initiative to come up with solutions to solve multiple problems, such as development, risk, security and challenges   

You Are

  • An innovator – you enjoy finding new ways to improve websites or new solutions to problems  
  • Someone who understands design – able to develop web pages, templates, and page components based on mockups   
  • Curious – you make a conscious effort to understand the business or keep-up to date on new trends and technologies   

Your Experience Includes

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Engineering, Web Development, Computer Science or equivalent experience 
  • A strong Java/J2EE background in both front-end web design and AEM integration 
  • 5+ years of development experience with AEM as a Cloud Service, including at least 3 full cycle AEMaaCS projects for high-volume, content heavy web sites or applications 
  • 5+ years of development experience for the modern web using HTML, CSS, and JavaScript (experience with frameworks such as AngularJS or React are a plus) 
  • 5+ years of strong web content management experience with AEM  
  • Experience with integrating AEMaaCS/AEM 6.3+ with other products and vendors 
  • Experience migrating content into AEM from other systems 
  • Experience with AEM building blocks including templates, components, dialogs, widgets and bundles 
  • Experience with Java Content Repository (API) suite, Sling web framework and Apache Felix OSGi framework, and DAM 
  • Experience designing platform deployments and applications from the ground up 
  • Experience integrating with third-party platforms and APIs 
  • Experience gathering complex requirements from multiple stakeholder groups and translating into architecture and development tasks 
  • Experience with configuration planning, testing, and change management 
  • Knowledge of common software design patterns 
  • Knowledge of best practices around secure software development 
  • Expert knowledge of HTML5, CSS3, JavaScript and JavaScript frameworks/libraries (e.g. jQuery, Grunt, Bootstrap), and CSS pre­processing platforms (SASS) 
  • Strong familiarity in designing and testing across multiple devices and browsers   
  • Management of security updates and general website maintenance across all client platforms   
  • Basic server management and devops experience across multiple environments (e.g. dev/staging/production), including tools like Jenkins and Github/Bitbucket 
  • Ability to accurately estimate and plan tasks within an agile development/release cycle 
  • Entrepreneurial skills to excel in a complex and rapidly evolving environment   

Extra Awesome

  • Experience working in an agency  
  • Familiarity with UI/UX best practices for site design 
  • E-Commerce development skills 

Our Commitment to You

When you join OneTrust you are stepping onto a launching pad — the countdown has begun. The destination? A career without boundaries working alongside a diverse and inclusive crew who is passionate about doing meaningful work. As a pioneer, your voice and expertise will help chart the direction of an entirely new industry — Trust. Our commitment to putting people first starts with you. Your growth is part of the mission. Our goal is to give you the power to embark on the next phase of your uniquely, unique career

OneTrust provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment and prohibits discrimination and harassment of any type without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin, disability status, genetics, protected veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local laws.


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