Job Posting for Manager, Analytics Engineering at Better.com
Better.com is growing, and we’re looking for a Manager, Analytics Engineering to join our Data team. Help us transform a thirteen trillion dollar industry that will allow more people to own a home and build wealth rather than rent for life. If you’re looking to make an impact alongside a collaborative team, check us out. Our Engineering team is headquartered in NYC, but is remote friendly. All remote employees must be US-based.
What you’ll work on
As an Analytics Engineering Manager, you will be mentoring and growing a team of Analytics Engineers. Projects that are in scope for your team include:
Managing and developing our BI tool strategy
Owning the core data models and KPI implementations for the company
Defining and implementing our processes for maintaining high quality data and reporting
Advocating for improvements to data quality, security, and performance
Designing and communicating internal standards for style, maintainability, and methodologies for a high-scale data infrastructure
Scaling the team and supporting them in their growth
Collaborating with data engineers on infrastructure projects and advocating for the business value of applications
Who you are
You have at least 2 years of experience as a manager, leading and developing a team of data analysts and data engineers
You have experience leading data infrastructure and data modeling efforts
You are an active partner and have a strategic approach to crafting process
The data stack is all in Python 3.7, currently running on AWS Redshift, Airflow, dbt, Looker, etc.
We do continuous deployment, and we ship code hundreds of times every day.
The Analytics Platform team is 5 people and aiming to continue growing considerably throughout the year.
Our new Chief Technology Officer, Diane Yu, brings a wealth of experience and leadership to our engineering team and technology operation. Prior to joining Better, she was the Co-Founder and CTO at FreeWheel, a technology platform she built from scratch and subsequently sold to Comcast in 2017.