At Corellium, we create virtual models of mobile phones and other smart devices to eliminate barriers to testing and development. Our goal is to ensure engineers are well-equipped to research, work, and test on Arm-based technologies — whether that's testing a mobile banking app at scale, creating software for a new smart car, or looking for security flaws in the latest router firmware.
We’re on the
lookout for Backend Engineers to join the Corellium engineering
team. It’s a full-time, remote role, focused on developing and
improving the products that are the cornerstone of our business.
Specifically, we’re looking for engineers who see themselves as
craftsmen and craftswomen, who seek to always improve.
The problem with the
current ecosystem is that physical devices don't scale and emulators
don’t provide a true, native experience. The solution: virtual
devices. We create virtual models of Arm-based devices and
run them on our own Arm servers, combining the fidelity of a real
device with the convenience and scale of the cloud.
These devices run on
top of our proprietary custom hypervisor, purpose-built to
model complex peripherals and chipsets. From rapid hardware prototyping to advanced security testing, our
groundbreaking platform accelerates development work on Arm
Many of our
customers and the press have described our product as magic.
We’re looking for talented Node.JS programmers, with strong fundamentals.
opportunities to work on a broad range of things - never a dull
moment. There are innovative tools to be developed for application
testers, penetration testers, and security research; backend services
that must be robust, maintainable, and scalable; deep dives into
mobile operating systems and applications; and a variety of other
opportunities to work with brilliant engineers, to own components,
and to develop subject matter expertise.
We work with a wide variety of tools and services, including git, Docker, OVN and OVS, WebRTC, Amazon Web Services, nginx, and haproxy.
As a fully remote team, we
rely on a lot of tools to make asynchronous work efficient. At the
moment, we’re using Slack, Zoom, Jira, and Confluence.
Most of our team is United
States business hours, so strong preference will be given to candidates in those time zones. However, if
you’re somewhere else and
you’re a great communicator and asynchronous worker, don’t be