Data & Visualization Engineer

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What Polywork is looking for in applicants
Polywork is building a new kind of professional social network. Whereas traditional professional networks focus on labelling you with just a job title, Polywork enables people to share what they actually do in a timeline.Check out a quick read from our CEO and Founder, Peter Johnston, on Why We Started Polywork  and see what our users are saying about us here!As a visualization and data engineer, you will be responsible for deriving insights and building data infrastructure for one of the most innovative future-of-work platforms. We expect candidates to be self-driven quick learners, with a solid understanding of industry-standard data infrastructure and visualization technologies, and demonstrable experience in these areas. The candidate is expected to own our data sources. For the right candidate, the opportunities to groom into future leadership roles are inevitable as we expect to grow our data engineering and ML teams.This is a full-time position which is completely remote (although we’re based out of New York). This role will directly report to our VP of Engineering but is expected to collaborate across teams, such as Machine Learning Research, Business, and Growth and Marketing teams.

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