Working at Atlassian
Atlassian can hire people in any country where we have a legal entity. Assuming you have eligible working rights and a sufficient time zone overlap with your team, you can choose to work remotely or return to an office as they reopen (unless it’s necessary for your role to be performed in the office). Interviews and onboarding are conducted virtually, a part of being a distributed-first company.
Atlassian is empowering hundreds of thousands of customers in over 190 countries and rapidly growing. Keeping our customer data secure is our top priority.
The Product Security team ensures that Atlassian products are secure. We do not have traditional gating controls but instead focus on enabling and empowering our customers (Product Engineering teams) by providing guidance and working with them to better understand how they develop their products. The Product Security Partnership teams at Atlassian are responsible for providing tailored product security support to a product in order to measurably improve its security maturity. Our engineering workforce has grown as well as our software footprint and we have invested in partnerships to help us scale product security to better support our internal customers. If you are an enthusiastic Application Security Engineer who values working with the development teams to secure their products across the entire software development lifecycle. We love to hear more about you!
Your responsibilities as a Senior Application Security Engineer are centred on uplifting the security posture of your partnering product by reviewing new features and architectural designs and performing threat models of the software components. You need to audit (read and understand) source code and be able to test the application to detect and prevent web application vulnerabilities. You will have the opportunity to work with talented colleagues to empower engineering teams to build secure software by default.
On your first day, we’ll expect you to have:
It’s great, but not required, if you have: