Uniswap is looking to hire an Application Security Engineer to join the team.
The Uniswap Protocol is the largest decentralized trading and automated market making protocol (often called a DEX, “Decentralized Exchange”) on Ethereum.
The Uniswap Labs team was a major contributor to the Uniswap Protocol and now focuses on building a suite of products to support the Uniswap Labs ecosystem. Our team is one of the most impactful in crypto. We are based out of SoHo in New York City with the option to be partially or fully remote depending on the position.
We’re looking for an Application Security Engineer to join Uniswap Labs. You’ll collaborate with engineers from many disciplines to design and implement secure and usable solutions, tooling, and detection mechanisms to protect Uniswap’s users and applications.
- Work with developers to improve the security of our products and services
- Develop technical solutions to address security weaknesses and work with stakeholders to implement them
- Own application security review as well as security guidance documentation
- Build systems at scale to prevent classes of vulnerabilities
- Assist with security incident response as needed
- Experience in web security, mobile security, or cryptography
- Demonstrated proficiency in software development
- Excitement for user privacy and security
- Expertise in authentication protocols
- Expertise in embedded security and wireless protocols
Nice to have:
- Prior experience building in crypto/DeFi
- Technical degree in Computer Science or related field
- Love for unicorns :)
Uniswap Lab's benefits include unlimited and encouraged time off, 100% company-paid medical, dental, & vision for you and your dependents, 401(k) participation, daily lunches at NY headquarters, and for remote employees: up to $2,000 USD home office setup stipend (all benefits are subject to applicable taxes and based on eligibility).
Uniswap Labs is proud to be an equal opportunity employer (EEO). We provide employment opportunities without regard to age, race, color, ancestry, national origin, religion, disability (including gender dysphoria and similar gender-related conditions), sex, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation (including actual or perceived heterosexuality, homosexuality, bisexuality, and asexuality), veteran status, military status, domestic violence victim status, reproductive health decision making or any other protected category.