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\nHi! We're looking for a Software Developer to join our growing development team. If you've ever wanted to work for an innovative software company, in great environment with great people, this is your chance. We’re a security software-as-a-service company so you’ll be involved both in our day-to-day software development as well as getting exposure to our security efforts.\n\nQ: Ok.  Who are you guys?\n\nA: We’re Wombat Security Technologies. We’re comprised of a some really smart white hat security hackers, researchers from CMU, software developers and lot of hard working and friendly faces. We also really like pie.\n\nQ: What would I be working on?\n\nA: You know all those data breaches your hear about in the news? Most of them started when a bad guy targeted an employee with a phishing attack. You’ll be working on our cloud-based SaaS user risk management and training service. Our customers are mostly large enterprise organizations that are under attack by some pretty nasty bad guys. They use our platform to deliver security education to their employees and figure out who needs extra help.Your job will be to make our customers' experience of securing their users from attack delightful and beautiful.\n\nQ: Can you tell me a little more about your product?\n\nA: Sure, we have several different ways that we can deliver security training to end users as well as several different ways to assess the their security knowledge. One of the really fun ways we test the user is thinking like the bad guys. We send the end users a simulated phishing message. If they fall for it (they click our link, open our attachment, etc.), we show them training right away. It's an unconventional approach to changing user behavior and it works (hint: we have data). Wombat is in a growing space to say the least. If you ever wanted to learn more about cybersecurity and cutting-edge attacks, this is the where to do it. You’ll get to help simulate evil, figure out how to fight evil, and give our customers data that they can use to protect their organization.\n\nQ: Where is this position located?\n\nA: Preferably you’re located in Pittsburgh, PA where our HQ office is located in the Strip District. We’d also like to talk if you’re in the DC metro area, or Denver, CO. That said, we’re open to remote (a lot of us are remote) if you’re the right match. We value productivity and results over butts in seats.\n\nQ: What will my day-to-day be like as a developer on the team?\n\nA: You’ll be working on a key component that have high value and visibility to the organization. It’s a polyglot environment--you might write some C# and then jump into java, before ending the day working on some javascript. You’ll keep in touch with the team using Slack, Google Hangouts, and even an ol' IP phone if you’d prefer. \n\nQ: What tools do I have at my disposal?\n\nA: Whatever enables you to do your best work (Within reason. A Tesla won’t help your write code faster, sorry). Most of our developers use a Mac or an Ubuntu laptop.\n\nQ: What hours will I work?\n\nA: We work typical office hours —  but value productivity, performance, and results: happy customers and code shipped. We’re in a competitive space, so sometimes there are long hours. But we all have families so we aim for a good work-life balance. Yes, we know everyone says that but seriously, many people here have kids or super likable dogs (or the rare acceptable cat). There are occasional late nights, but we get the balance thing.\n\nQ: What technology do you use?\n\nA: We're built entirely within Amazon Web Services. Sample of our stack: Linux, load balancers, auto-scaling, sidekiq, redis, ansible, git, Splunk, HIDS, two-factor auth, disk encryption, and a lot of cool security stuff that you probably aren't used to seeing. Also coffee (optional but recommended). \n\nQ: What benefits do you offer?\n\nA: The salary is competitive and depends on your experience. We offer the following:\n\n\n* Medical, dental, and vision insurance\n\n* 401k with company match\n\n* Time off for vacations, illness and holidays\n\n\n

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