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Lead Engineer at Proton - Boston, MA, United States / Remote
Salary $120,000 to $160,000 a year Company Websitehttps://proton.ai Published November 2023 Applicants This Week 1
This role has no specific closing date
$120-160k plus equity and benefits
Boston, MA or Remote Considered
At Proton we're bringing cutting-edge technology to the world of business-to-business distribution. It's a large market that offers an enormous opportunity for growth. The industry we serve accounts for trillions of dollars of revenue a year. It's a huge chance to have an impact by shaking up an industry that's still waking up to the promise of technology. We have a chance to really transform the way a huge number of people work for the better, and bridge the gap between amazing software tools and human expertise.
By becoming the source of truth for our customers' data, we're helping them make better decisions and be more effective. We’re looking for a lead engineer for our data platform team to help make that vision a reality.
As a member of the data platform team, you'll build backend systems that unify, clean, and transform our customers' data. In addition, you’ll serve as the engineering leader for the team, helping your fellow team members deepen their expertise, effectively collaborate, and develop a technology vision. Together with the product team, you'll work to build scalable solutions to big problems. This position reports to our chief technology officer.
As an early member of the company, you’ll have a chance to shape how we grow, making key decisions around technical choices, and defining our culture. We're working to build a sustainable environment where excellence sits alongside a recognition we operate in a system and a need to nurture learning at all levels. Our growing corps of engineering leadership, including this role, should bring more expertise into that equation.
At Proton, we hire a little differently. Read about that and more on our engineering blog.
We'd be thrilled to have you apply. If you've read this far, but decided not to apply, we'd love to get your feedback on why--let us know at email@example.com.