Engineer / Senior Engineer

Edgile   •  

Austin, TX

Industry: Technology


Less than 5 years

Posted 237 days ago

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Edgile is seeking full-time engineers (1-3years’ experience) and senior engineers (5-7+ years’ experience) with demonstrated consulting experience in IAM, GRC, data privacy or cloud computing. Engineers are technical experts who work onsite with clients to provide assistance in the development and implementation of solutions, from the initial requirements phase through the final implementation.

The ideal candidate will possess strong analytical and problem solving skills, a positive, can-do attitude and the ability to work well with teams in a dynamic environment. Experience implementing, configuring and customizing IAM and GRC software solutions a plus. This position will require travel, depending on client commitments and locations.

The Edgile Story

Edgile was founded in 2001 to deliver strategic cybersecurity and risk management services to the Fortune 500. What distinguishes Edgile in this arena is its business-aligned security approach coupled with the deep knowledge of its professionals and the active engagement of its leadership.

Edgile offers proven services to help solve complex security challenges across many industries including healthcare, financial services, energy, retail, et al. Among its diverse customer base, Edgile works with45+ companies in the Fortune 500, including more than 12 in the Fortune 100. Edgile is known for the high-caliber of its team, thoughtful and well-structured strategic advice, and stellar execution through leading-edge practices in:

  • Cybersecurity strategy
  • Governance, risk and compliance (GRC)
  • Identity and access management (IAM)
  • Cloud services and virtual enterprise

With roots established in the Big Four, the leadership at Edgile is among the top professionals in the industry. Edgile has earned its reputation as a trusted advisor to the CSO by aligning security with the strategy, goals and demands of the business. This approach helps to redefine security in terms of strategic capabilities and transform the perception of security into a strategic imperative for the enterprise.