We're Celonis, the global leading Process Mining software company and one of the world's fastest-growing SaaS firms. We believe that every company can unlock its full execution capacity - and for that, we need you to join us as a Platform Security Engineer. 

The  Team:

Our Global information security organization is responsible for security and trust. We think about security-offensively and defensively. We continuously monitor our global security posture and are always adapting to the ever-changing threat landscape. The security engineering team is always looking for talented subject matter experts in application, platform and offensive security.

The Role:

Celonis is looking for talented platform security engineers to join our Security Engineering Org. You will work directly with our cloud platform to help engineer the next generation platform infrastructure stack. In order to be successful you will need to have hands-on experience in developing cloud systems at scale, a solid understanding of security controls, how to design enterprise systems for security, and a strong threat modeling experience. In this role, you will have the opportunity to significantly contribute to making Celonis's next generation platform infrastructure secure by design.

The work you’ll do:

  • Improve and help shape the security posture of Celonis’s Platofrm Infrastructure.
  • Design, build and deploy automation at scale that improves Celonis’s prodfuction security infrastructure. 
  • Improve monitoring and alerting across Celonis’s platform to help our SOC react to security threats quickly and efficiently.
  • Identifying areas that can improve our cloud security and engineer solutions to increase our security posture..
  • Work closely with Celonis’s infrastructure team as the subject matter expert on all things Infrastructure & Cloud Security.
  • Collaborate with Security and Engineering teams to incorporate strong security controls, apply security best practices in our development life cycle, and mitigate risks and security vulnerabilities..
  • Implement technical prototypes to understand new technologies as well as identify and manage risks for projects in active development.

The qualifications you’ll need:

  • Bachelor's degree in Computer Science, Information Science, Cyber Security, Computer or Electrical Engineering (or similar field), and 2+ years in security.
  • 2+ years software development and/or security engineering experience
  • Experience with infrastructure-as-code and using automation tools like Terraform.
  • Solid understanding of what it takes to build and operate secure systems at scale.
  • Experience with multi-cloud environments, container deployments, CI/CD pipelines, and orchestration with Kubernetes.
  • Significant technical exposure with AWS, GCP and Azure services and security controls.

What Celonis can offer you:

  • The unique opportunity to work within a new category of technology, Execution Management
  • Investment in your personal growth and skill development (clear career paths, internal mobility opportunities, mentorships, yearly development stipend)
  • Great compensation and benefits packages (stock options, 401(K) matching, generous time off, parental leave, and more)
  • Work from home support (mindfulness tools such as Headspace, monthly remote working stipend, flexible working hours, virtual events and workshops)
  • A global and growing team of Celonauts from diverse backgrounds to learn from and work with
  • An open-minded culture with innovative, autonomous teams
  • Employee resource communities to help you feel connected, valued and seen (Women@Celonis, Parents@Celonis, Pride@Celonis, Resilience@Celonis, and more)
  • A clear set of company values that guide everything we do: Live for Customer Value, The Best Team Wins, We Own It, and Earth Is Our Future

About Us

Celonis believes that every company can unlock its full execution capacity. Powered by its market-leading process mining core, the Celonis Execution Management System provides a set of applications, and developer studio and platform capabilities for business executives and users to eliminate billions in corporate inefficiencies. Celonis has thousands of global customers and is headquartered in Munich, Germany and New York City, USA with 15 offices worldwide.

Celonis is an equal opportunity employer. We celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees. Different makes us better

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