Engineering

Software Engineering Lead (Remote)

Preferable Location: Tel Aviv-Yafo   |   Full Time

Cryptosat is looking for a senior software engineer and team lead, to join us in developing satellite flight software and ground management software. We are a small team in a well-funded, early-stage startup. This position provides ample opportunity for technical leadership, ownership, and cross-functional impact, with minimal oversight and a large degree of independence. This position can be remote.


Desired Qualifications


Must-Have:

  • Experience with managing Scrum teams and process
  • Managerial experience and good communication skills
  • Ability to work with customers to understand their requirements and translate them into product requirements
  • Industry experience with either C, C++, Go, or equivalent systems languages.
  • Experience with operating systems and networking code.
  • Thrives in an ambiguous and uncertain environment.
  • Independent and self-directed. Able to operate with minimal guidance.

Plus:

  • Working knowledge of Python
  • Familiarity with cryptography algorithms such as RSA, Diffie Helman, and Elliptic Curves cryptography.
  • Familiarity with trusted execution environments (TEE).
  • Experience with real-time systems.
  • System architecture or system engineering or ground station background.
  • BSc in computer science or related field.

About Cryptosat

Cryptosat’s mission is to build satellites that power cryptographic, blockchain, and ledger applications. By placing a root-of-trust in space, we guarantee ultimate trust and transparency. We believe that space is perfectly suited for hosting secure applications by virtue of its being physically inaccessible. Our technology powers a wide range of applications from blockchain to electronic voting and offers to revolutionize the cyber security industry by harnessing the unique properties of space that are literally out of this world. 


Read more about us in Cointelegraph (link).

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