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Blumira provides big budget security at an affordable cost

Lead Front End Engineer

$100k – $120k • 0.1% – 1.0%
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Help lead the building of a great UI for a sophisticated security product! We use a modern stack, modern infrastructure, and modern practices. You'll have huge impact, the chance to shape the product and team, and the freedom to do things well (while balancing for startup speed). Our frontend/UI is mostly React/Redux/Node/Graphql. We're a laid back but focused small team that's looking to make an impact with a vision we think can succeed. We have early traction with non-trivial revenue and are preparing to scale. You'll help set the technical direction of the front end team and, over time, help grow it as the company and product grows. We offer good comp, equity, benefits, and work-life balance. (See our blumira.com/careers for more details).
Location
Ann ArborRemote
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United States
Job type
Full-time
Visa sponsorship
Not Available
Experience
5+ years
Hiring contact

Jakub (Jake) Czyz

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Jakub (Jake) Czyz

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Michigan PhD; first hire at startup with successful exit; software generalist with deep knowledge in networking and netsec

Blumira at a glance

Blumira provides big budget security at an affordable cost

Blumira focuses on Enterprise Security, Information Security, and Cyber Security. Their company has offices in Ann Arbor. They have a small team that's between 1-10 employees.

You can view their website at http://www.blumira.com

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