We’re expanding our team, and we’d love your help!

At Stairwell, we’re working to rewrite the rules of cybersecurity. And we can’t do that without breaking away from the mold. That means that we’re not just looking for those with decades of cybersecurity experience.

We’re looking for those who are passionately curious about solving complex problems. Those who are excited about the work they produce. Those who are ready to step in and create change for the better. 

So, even if you feel that you don’t perfectly match the qualifications listed, we want to hear from you. And we’re not just all talk. We want you to enjoy working here, too.

We offer 100% remote work, competitive pay (including stock options), unlimited PTO, subsidized health/dental/vision insurance, a monthly internet stipend, a one-time home office bonus to deck out your work area, company events, team trips, and more. 

If we’ve piqued your interest, keep scrolling to see what you’ll be working on if you join the team.

About the Software Engineer (Early Career) Position

At the core of Stairwell is a team that truly enjoys working together and mutually supporting each Dweller's growth and development. We are an engineering and product driven company that has high standards for both technical ability and interpersonal skills. We are humbled by the opportunity to help shape the future of cybersecurity and driven to build tools that will empower teams around the world.

Software Engineer (Early Career) Responsibilities

  • Designs of major software components, systems, and features.
  • Design, develop, test, deploy, maintain and improve software.
  • Manage individual projects priorities, deadlines and deliverables with your technical expertise.
  • Receive mentorship and training from more senior team members on design techniques, and coding standards

Software Engineer (Early Career) Qualifications

  • Stairwell doesn't believe a college degree is a requirement for any role. We embrace all people, who are able to perform at the highest levels of their field, regardless of how they obtained their education.
  • 1+ years of relevant work experience or 1+ internship
  • Experience in software development in one or more general purpose programming languages including but not limited to: Go, Java, or C++
  • Curiosity in understanding the security space and how cutting edge technologies can shape it
  • Close familiarity with software engineering tools, software development methodology, and release processes.

Additional Information (Colorado only*) Minimum Salary of $110,000 - $120,000 + bonus + equity + benefits. *Note: Disclosure as required by sb19-085 (8-5-20) of the minimum salary compensation range for this role when being hired into our offices in Colorado.

About Us

We’re not building a company, we’re building a team, and the team builds the company.

At the core of Stairwell is a team that truly enjoys working together and mutually supporting each Dweller's growth and development. We are an engineering and product driven company that has high standards for both technical ability and interpersonal skills. We are humbled by the opportunity to help shape the future of cybersecurity and driven to build tools that will empower teams around the world.

Stairwell is proud to be an equal opportunity workplace. We consider all individuals seeking employment, regardless of race, color, ancestry, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, age, citizenship, marital status, disability, gender (including pregnancy, childbirth, reproductive health decisions, or related medical conditions), gender identity, gender expression or military or Veteran status or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local laws. We also consider qualified applicants regardless of criminal histories, consistent with federal, state and local law.

To all recruitment agencies: Stairwell does not accept agency resumes. Please do not forward resumes to our jobs alias, Stairwell employees or any other organization location. Stairwell is not responsible for any fees related to unsolicited resumes.

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