Reporting to the Software Development Manager, the focus of this position is to architect and build identity and access management systems for Globus Software as a Service (SaaS) and Platform as a Service (PaaS) products.  As a member of the product team, your work will support researchers worldwide by delivering key security solutions that underpin the Globus research data management services, and a platform that secures applications and clients across a diverse research ecosystem. 

We're looking for skilled Python engineers to create, operate, and integrate identity management services through the use of modern technologies and techniques from Web and Cloud computing.  This role is perfect if you are interested in tackling the challenges of improving online security and privacy management while simplifying usability. If you enjoy collaborative, innovative, mission-driven environments, Globus could be a great fit for you!

Globus (www.globus.org) is a sustainable, non-profit business within The University of Chicago delivering solutions to the research community worldwide.  Globus develops and provides critical services that support scientific research for governmental, academic, and commercial organizations in a wide range of disciplines including life sciences, physics, and astronomy.  We develop, operate, and sell commercial-quality, cloud-based software application and platform services used by 10s of thousands of researchers to manage their large–and growing–data management challenges. We have offices located at 401 North Michigan Ave. in the heart of downtown Chicago,  and remote employees who work-from-home.

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