Sydney – Full-time
At Canva, we’re transforming the way the world designs by building a suite of easy-to-use design tools (for graphics, animation, video, and print) in over 100 languages, and across browser-based and mobile platforms.
Since launch in April 2013, we have grown exponentially, amassing over 55 million users in over 100 languages. We are the most valuable technology company in Australia, and one of the world’s fastest-growing technology companies in the world. We’re a values-driven organization with an engineering mindset to all the work we do. With profitability, a recent valuation of USD $15bn, and an incredible talent base - we’re even more driven to continue building out a captivating design experience for users all over the world. We’re cementing the foundation for the future growth, stability, and safety of our business and users alike as we expand our global footprint with new offices in the United States.
In order to ensure we continue to protect our users and our organization, we’re reinforcing our security capability across the board and growing our incident response and core security engineering teams. We’re seeking talented individuals who will be responsible for shaping what security engineering looks like at Canva by building out our capability for detecting and responding to threats targeting our software and systems, performing security assessments, building the tooling to detect and respond to threats, and advising our development teams on how to bake security into our products and features.
This role is open to remote applications from folks who reside within Australia and do not require sponsorship.
The Canva workspace is set up for you to do your best work and have a great time doing so, with breakout areas, little nooks, and quiet places to retreat.
If you're seeking professional growth and enjoy working on a product suite that impacts millions of lives every single day - individual and business folks alike - then apply now to be considered for a spot on the team!
We will not review or consider unsolicited agency CVs.