Software Engineer - III
Who is Forcepoint?
Forcepoint simplifies security for global businesses and governments. Forcepoint’s all-in-one, truly cloud-native platform makes it easy to adopt Zero Trust and prevent the theft or loss of sensitive data and intellectual property no matter where people are working. 20+ years in business. 2.7k employees. 150 countries. 11k+ customers. 300+ patents. If our mission excites you, you’re in the right place; we want you to bring your own energy to help us create a safer world. All we’re missing is you!
Work individually and collaboratively to deliver solutions
• Implement security and data protection solutions
• Write effective, scalable code using best practices
• Ability to test and debug programs
• Continuous performance tuning, improvement and automation of work
• Working experience in GoLang is a must.
• Overall programming experience for 5+ years.
• Familiarity with developing/deploying on Linux Environments
• Knowledge of good design principles
• Knowledge of writing and consuming REST APIs based on Open API standards
• Knowledge of Microservices Architecture using Docker & Kubernetes
Nice to have:
• Worked in CI/CD environment
• Developed code using TDD/BDD approach
• Worked with Virtualisation on Linux (KVM)
• Experience of working n Agile development environment
Don’t meet every single qualification? Studies show people are hesitant to apply if they don’t meet all requirements listed in a job posting. Forcepoint is focused on building an inclusive and diverse workplace – so if there is something slightly different about your previous experience, but it otherwise aligns and you’re excited about this role, we encourage you to apply. You could be a great candidate for this or other roles on our team.
The policy of Forcepoint is to provide equal employment opportunities to all applicants and employees without regard to race, color, creed, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, marital status, citizenship status, age, national origin, ancestry, disability, veteran status, or any other legally protected status and to affirmatively seek to advance the principles of equal employment opportunity.
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