Android Engineer: Observability SDK

At Data Theorem, we’re building a next-gen SaaS platform for preventing data breaches. We’re passionate about helping organizations operate in the cloud securely and ensure that their data and their customers' data is safe at all times.

The company was founded in 2013 and is headquartered in Palo Alto, California, with a growing team that’s distributed between the US and Europe. We are searching for exceptional talent pursuing an opportunity to grow and take ownership of the projects that resonate most with them.

As an Android engineer, you will be responsible for improving our automated platform for analyzing Android applications at scale, and help Data Theorem’s customers build better, more secure, and more private applications.

You will:

  • Work with the mobile team to extend and improve Data Theorem's observability and protection SDK, in order to block attacks and detect suspicious events within our customers' Android applications.

  • Work with the design, backend and frontend teams to enhance the dashboard used by customers to review the observability and protection metrics collected by the SDK from their mobile applications.

  • Research and build new capabilities within the SDK, in order to provide customers with new and unique insights about the security of their mobile applications.

  • Be a key member of a small, talented team, and have a tremendous and direct impact on the company and products.

  • Be amazed at your opportunity for growth within a top cybersecurity startup.

We’re looking for someone who has:

  • Significant experience working on Android applications or, ideally, Android SDKs.

  • Good understanding of the Android runtime and APIs.

  • Bonus points: Some experience writing scripts in Python.

  • No information security experience required - we are more interested in software engineering backgrounds.

About This Job

Palo Alto, CA or Paris, France

Job type


Experience level

Senior, Lead


Android Engineer: Observability SDK


android, java, Kotlin, SDK

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