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Tech Lead - Windows EPM

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<b>*This is a remote position for either US or Canada</b><br><b>About SailPoint:</b> <br>SailPoint is the leader in identity security for the cloud enterprise. Our identity security solutions secure and enable thousands of companies worldwide, giving our customers unmatched visibility into the entirety of their digital workforce, ensuring workers have the right access to do their job - no more, no less. <br>Built on a foundation of AI and ML, our Identity Security Cloud Platform, Atlas delivers the right level of access to the right identities and resources at the right time-matching the scale, velocity, and changing needs of today's cloud-oriented, modern enterprise. <br><b>About the team:</b> <br>You'll be joining the newly formed Privileged Endpoint team, expanding the Windows Endpoint Privilege Management (EPM) product. Your focus will be adding a kernel-mode driver to detect and respond to any Windows process run by a user. You'll be leading the design, architecture, and implementation of the driver, as well as working on other areas of the EPM product. <br>The team is fully remote and predominantly UK-based. As a small team, you will be a key contributor. <br><b>The role:</b> <br>In a typical day you'll be working on designing and implementing low-level kernel driver code in C/C++ that can detect Windows processes being run with elevated privileges, for EPM to perform actions on. You'll extend the existing user-mode component (currently written in Python), to interact with the driver. You'll also use Golang and UI technologies to develop features for EPM cloud-based microservices. <br>You'll have the opportunity to lead the choice of tools and technologies we use to produce the kernel-mode driver, as well as help improve the design and quality of the user-mode app, and the overall product. <br>In 90 days, you'd be on-boarded and landing work as well as architecting a design for the kernel-mode driver. <br>In 6 months, you'd be the Subject Matter Expert for the EPM kernel driver and leading its implementation. <br>In 1 year, you'd help release the product and lead the technical side of the kernel driver as the team grows. <br><b>Responsibilities:</b> <br><ul><li>Lead the design and system architecture of a new Windows EPM kernel-mode driver.</li><li>Deliver efficient, maintainable, and robust features to implement the product design, and guide the development process to other team members.</li><li>Collaborate with the wider EPM team to integrate Windows EPM with the EPM backend and other SailPoint products.</li><li>Help implement features on the EPM cloud-based microservices and macOS EPM Client, where needed.</li></ul><br><ul><li>Collaborate with peers on designs, code reviews, and testing, and help promote these practices.</li><li>Help design a testing architecture for the kernel driver, aiming for unit and end-to-end tests to ensure code quality.</li></ul><br><b>Experience/requirements:</b> <br>Required: <br><ul><li>Collaborative, approachable and articulate</li><li>Solid understanding of fundamental security concepts, with a strong emphasis on Windows security. This may include:</li></ul><br><ul><li>Windows access tokens</li><li>The EPROCESS structure</li><li>How to assign privileges to the access token associated with a process</li></ul><br><ul><li>Strong experience developing robust kernel-mode drivers on Windows, with detection and handling of running processes a strong plus</li><li>Knowledge of communication between kernel-mode drivers and user-mode programs, such as IOCTLs</li><li>History of designing and implementing software products on Windows</li><li>Expertise in C/C++</li><li>BSc in Computer Science or similar or equivalent work experience</li></ul><br>Preferred: <br><ul><li>Experience in a GUI framework such as WinUI 3/Qt/WPF</li><li>CI/CD pipelines - Jenkins</li><li>Experience with Golang</li><li>Database technologies such as Amazon DynamoDB</li><li>Containerisation & container orchestration such as Docker</li></ul><br><ul><li>Microservices & SaaS</li><li>8+ years of experience</li></ul><br>SailPoint is an equal opportunity employer and we welcome everyone to our team. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or veteran status. <br>SailPoint is an equal opportunity employer and we welcome everyone to our team. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or veteran status.

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Culture
Volunteer in local community
Our crew members value working for an organization that prioritizes giving back to the community, and we have engaged in many community initiatives over the past year.
Partners with nonprofits
In the past year alone we have supported many notable organizations, including Code2College, nonPareil, Black Girls Code, Foundation Communities, and HealthCode.
Open door policy
OKR operational model
Team based strategic planning
Open office floor plan
Flexible work schedule
SailPoint's hybrid work environment reinforces the flexibility that has existed within our culture for many years.
Remote work program
As an organization that values impact over activity, we encourage crew members to manage their work schedules so they can be at their most effective within parameters established by their teams.
Diversity
Documented equal pay policy
Mean gender pay gap below 10%
Diversity employee resource groups
Slack is how we come together as a global team, and we have offer several Employee Resource Group channels where we celebrate our differences and encourage sharing and connection.
Hiring practices that promote diversity
We prioritize hiring practices that promote diversity. This year, for example, we launched SAIL-U to help grow our team in partnership with HBCUs and historically LatinX colleges and universities.
Health Insurance + Wellness
Flexible Spending Account (FSA)
Disability insurance
Dental insurance
Vision insurance
Health insurance
Life insurance
Financial & Retirement
401(K)
401(K) matching
Employee stock purchase plan
Performance bonus
Child Care & Parental Leave
Generous parental leave
SailPoint offers generous parental leave with the primary caregiver being able to take 80 fully-paid business days. Secondary caregivers can take 20 fully-paid business days.
Family medical leave
Company sponsored family events
SailPoint's crew love to celebrate together, whether at a family-friendly summer BBQ or Halloween party, or while volunteering and giving back to our local communities.
Vacation + Time Off
Unlimited vacation policy
Paid holidays
Office Perks
Company-sponsored outings
When possible, SailPoint brings crew together for summer camps, quarterly meetings and other team-based events.
Free snacks and drinks
Some meals provided
Company-sponsored happy hours
Onsite office parking
Recreational clubs
Home-office stipend for remote employees
Onsite gym
Professional Development
Job training & conferences
Lunch and learns
Promote from within
Mentorship program
Online course subscriptions available

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