About the Role

You will help design, prototype, and implement core features while ensuring the scalability and stability of Boundary. Boundary’s development area is broad and deep. We’re working to develop everything from a plugin system to allow flawless community contributions and extensions of Boundary’s core features, to the implementation of cryptographic sub-systems that will allow secure recording and playback of sessions taking place over many different types of network protocols.

In this role, you can expect to:

  • Develop, advocate for, and support new and existing features for open source and commercial offerings of the Boundary product.
  • Triage incoming customer issues, working closely with product, engineering, and support.
  • Collaborate with product management and other team members to maintain a high bar for quality in a fast-paced, and iterative environment.
  • Establish an understanding of the request by working with support, the customer, and issue reproduction.
  • Provide guidance and develop playbooks for internal teams, and improve internal and external documentation.

You may be a good fit for our team if:

  • You have experience with the Golang programming language.
  • You have a working understanding of privileged access management and tools such as SSH.
  • You have experience working with distributed systems.
  • You have experience with Open Source Software.
  • You are familiar with infrastructure management concepts.
  • You have experience using Vault or Boundary.
  • You have experience implementing practical cryptography.

Colorado, California, Washington and New York City Applicants: To view base salary ranges for this role in your location and to learn more about which roles are eligible for bonus pay or commissions, please visit our Pay Transparency Calculator below. Individual pay within the range will be determined based on job related-factors such as skills, experience, and education or training. Information on our benefits can be found via the link below. Intern ranges can be found below.