About SuperRare Labs:

SuperRare Labs (SRL) is a fast-moving startup on a mission to reinvent and define the art market for the digital age and to empower the artistic community. We are creators of the SuperRare Network; a diverse and creative ecosystem and a digital art / NFT marketplace for cutting edge digital / 3D / VR artists, creators, and art collectors. SuperRare Labs is built on the Ethereum blockchain and is backed by top-tier investors (Series A in March 2021). We are growing our team and are looking for passionate and creative people to join us on our vision and journey!

 

Engineering at SuperRare Labs:

We are looking for an Entry-level Security Engineer (part-time) who will work with the SuperRare Labs Security, Engineering, & SRE teams. We value creativity, hustle & grit, combined with low ego and the practice of servant leadership. We are an all-remote company, but do require that you have availability during US work hours EST to facilitate better collaboration with your core team. This role will report to the Security Team Lead.

 What you’ll do:

  • Contribute to the security of our infrastructure and platform
  • Collaborate with our security team to build a high-security DeFi environment on the Ethereum Blockchain
  • Help develop internal tooling
  • Engineer security automations
  • Help to prevent, detect, and fix any related bugs

What you have:

  • Some background or education in software security or security engineering
  • A basic understanding of containerization or familiarity with Docker images
  • A passion for learning new things and tinkering with technologies
  • An understanding of blockchain basics and the concept of a smart contract

SuperRare powers / bonus points if you can demonstrate:

  • Previous FinTech or DeFi experience
  • Familiarity with databases
  • Prior cloud computing experience
  • CI/CD experience
  • Prior work with container orchestration (Kubernetes, Nomad/Consul/Vault, serverless, etc.)
  • Experience working with Ethereum
  • Golang, Haskell, or TypeScript development experience 

Who you are: 

  • A collaborator; we’re passionate about teams being more than the sum of their parts
  • A truth-seeker; you have strong opinions but hold them loosely - maintaining a healthy skepticism and willingness to evolve when presented with new information
  • A builder; you recognize that in many situations done is better than perfect
  • A craftsperson; our work is our art, and the world needs more beauty in it

 

The Opportunity:

SuperRare Labs exists at the bleeding edge of a vibrant digital economy seeking to empower creatives all over the world. We believe that digital art, media and crypto-networks represent the future of cultural expression. By providing the platform, tools & technology for artists to become truly independent and self-sovereign - we seek to free artistic expression & advance global culture in both the analog and crypto-native universes.

If working at the tip of a rapidly evolving industry focused on artistic expression and decentralized governance sounds exciting to you - join us as we discover the wild frontier!

 

What we offer:

  • Remote first working culture (work from home and covered remote office space)
  • Medical/Dental/Vision Benefits
  • Flexible time-off policy
  • Annual offsite to meet you fellow peers in-person
  • All the latest tech you need to be successful
  • Future opportunity to get paid in crypto currency

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