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Are you looking for a fast-paced, highly engaged environment where you are surrounded by people who challenge you and motivate you to reach your fullest potential within the software industry? If so, consider making the leap to RiskLens, where innovation and exploration are paramount.

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The RiskLens team is comprised of highly skilled individuals who are passionate about helping executives make better decisions by quantifying cyber risk in financial terms. We adopt a hands-on approach to every project and ensure strategic, collaborative, results-focused engagement. We’re problem solvers who challenge ourselves to consistently exceed expectations.

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Whether you’re an experienced professional or a recent graduate, we invite you to stay connected. Below is a list of the current openings or click on the link above to apply now!

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Senior Software Engineer

Are you interested in joining a company that is on a mission to change the way organizations view and manage their cybersecurity risk? Are you a passionate technical expert looking to make your mark with one of the most innovative tech organizations in the security industry? 

RiskLens is looking for a Senior Software Engineer to become a vital member of the Software Engineering team. In this exciting role, you will responsible for designing, implementing, testing, building, and deploying solutions touching on a wide variety of technologies that meet our customers' needs. If you have a solid background in software engineering, are proficient in C#, .NET Core, React/TypeScript, and are familiar with MS SQL,we’d love to speak with you. 

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