Interesting Data Gigs # 58: Who is hiring this week
Open roles at Pinterest, Change.org, MongoDB, Axiom, Ashby, Supabase, Atlassian and more
Teal is an all-in-one job search platform that provides job seekers with an integrated Resume Builder, Job Applications Tracker, Contact Management, and many more tools to run an effective job search.
One question to answer first
Hey Data Geek.
Thanks for sending me questions, I will try to answer one of them here.
Which tools are you recommending today to improve your job search today?
There are a lot of tools out there, but these 3 are my favorite ones:
Prospect: This one is very interesting. This tool allows one to analyze a company like a Venture Capitalist and determine if if worth taking a chance on them as a career builder. Billy Gallagher did an incredible work in this Twitter thread
1/ The way you’re doing a startup job search is wrong.
You join Ramp instead of taking guaranteed cash from FAANG because you believe the equity will be worth more in the future.
This is a VC decision and you need VC tools to make it.
— Billy Gallagher (@GallagherBilly)
Aug 26, 2023
Grammarly: This one is a lifesaver for me. Why? As a non-native English speaker/writer, this tool prevents me from being embarrassed
Who is hiring this week?
Let’s continue now with our recurring series of posts focused on who is hiring:
Christina Easley from Change.org is looking for a Director of Technical Operations (Location: anywhere inside the US, Salary range: $298,500 in San Francisco, CA or New York, NY, and would be $283,500 in Seattle, WA.)
Zahid Aga from Scotiabank is looking for a Senior Manager, Data Ethics Governance and Operations (Location: Toronto, ON, Canada)
New role opened up here @supabase today!
🚀 Technical Documentation Lead 🚀
👉 be extremely self-motivated
👉 know Supabase and Postgres really well
👉 have great frontend / React skills
DMs open if you've got any questions.
— Terry Sutton (@saltcod)
Sep 1, 2023
Good luck with your job application.
Interesting resources of the week
Platform Engineering at Uber with 2 talks: How Uber manages 100k databases by Egor Grishechko, and Uber's Logging Evolution: Enabling near real-time production troubleshooting and root cause analysis at petabyte-scale by Maksym Ivanchenko
The Journey to Staff Engineer In Big Tech, with Zach Wilson, Ryan Peterman (staff SWE at Meta), Lee McKeeman (staff SWE at Google), Rahul Pandey (former staff SWE at Meta), and Carly Taylor (ML manager at Activision)
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