Data Analyst Manager, Trust & Safety


Remote, OR

United States



Date Posted:

May 12, 2022


• You’ve got positive energy
• You’re optimistic about the future and determined to get there
• You’re never tired of learning
• You want to be a pro in bleeding edge tech like DeFi, NFTs, DAOs, and Web 3.0
• You appreciate direct communication
• You’re both an active communicator and an eager listener - because let’s face it, you can’t have one without the other
• You want to be part of a winning team
• Some security teams have strict requirements about certifications, degrees, years of experience, and things like that
• 4+ years directly managing an analyst team
• You’ve been doing practical security things (detection and response, phishkit/malware analysis, security research, etc) for a bit now, probably in the realm of 4+ years
• You’re comfortable doing data analysis (e.g., SQL, MySQL,) to help drive decision making
• You are comfortable using eng tooling such as CLI, Git, SourceGraph, Airflow, Docker
• You are comfortable with Flink sql or other languages to process large data streams in real time
• You’ve coordinated closely with product and engineering teams in the past
• You have experience building real time rule based detection engines to catch bad actors
• You’ve know how to develop and maintain data pipelines and data models that power dashboards and data products with outstanding craftsmanship
• You enjoy finding elegant solutions to tricky problems, the trickier the problem the more fun you have solving it
• You frequently get praise from your peers and coworkers about your communication skills, both written and verbal
• You can translate complex findings and results into a concise and compelling narrative
• You would bring a diverse perspective to the team: for example, maybe you took an unconventional route to get into your current Trust and Safety career
• You’ve got a passing familiarity with blockchains and cryptocurrency, or at least a good story about how you thought about investing in Bitcoin in 2014 but decided not to
• You’ve worked on or have thought deeply about Internet-based risk, abuse, fraud, data protection or security