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Cybersecurity Analyst

Location: Dallas, TX; New York City, NY; Seattle, WA; Remote
Team: Engineering
Status: CONTRACTOR, with opportunity to earn full-time position
Compensation: Project-based

Aerotrax Technologies is an enterprise software company focused on digitally tracking the entire lifecycle of every plane, part, and component in the air and on the ground. Our network links the disparate systems and processes across business unit siloes and different organizations in the Aviation and Aerospace supply chain in order to protect the value of mission-critical assets through distributed ledger technology.

By better connecting the People who manage these operations to secure, reliable, and actionable data, Aerotrax advances its mission to promote a safer, more sustainable Aviation and Aerospace industry.

As a Cybersecurity Analyst – Intern, you will serve as a member of the Engineering team, reporting directly to the CTO and collaborating with other members of the Security & Infrastructure unit.  This is a great opportunity to get experience in cybersecurity and potentially receive a full-time employment offer.

Our team has been fully distributed since day 0. Our HQ office is in Dallas, TX, and our secondary office space is in New York, NY, which have both been opened to anyone who chooses to go in.

Key Qualifications

Key Responsibilities

Aerotrax’s current technologies and languages include: Angular2+, NodeJS, Typescript, AWS Services (Cognito, S3, Lambda, DynamoDB, CDK), Amplify, Jenkins, Firebase, Storybook, Tailwind, MSFT Teams,  Vendia Share (DLT).

Compensation

Work hard, be prepared, be kind

We approach every day and each interaction with this mindset. Chemistry, competence, and a passion for learning drive our team forward. You will play a critical role in the growth of this company, so we expect you to serve as a leader, representing our values and refining our culture.

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