Airbyte is the open-source standard for EL(T). We enable data teams to replicate data from applications, APIs, and databases to data warehouses, lakes, and other destinations. We believe only an open-source approach can solve the problem of data integration, as it enables us to cover the long tail of integrations while enabling teams to adapt pre-built connectors to their needs.
 
Within just 18 months, we've built 150+ connectors and we've had 15,000+ companies syncing data with us. We've raised $181M from some of the world's top investors (Benchmark, Accel, Altimeter, Coatue, Y Combinator, etc.) and believe in product-led growth, where we build something awesome and let our product bring the users, rather than an outbound sales engine with cold calls.
 
Airbyte is remote friendly, with most of the team still based in Silicon Valley. We’re fully transparent as a company. Our company handbookculture & valuesstrategy and roadmap are open to all. If you find this role exciting, we encourage you to apply even if you think you don’t meet all requirements.
 
Opportunity
In this role, you’ll work across growth, product, and analytics teams to drive revenue across the business. As the first hire in this role, you’ll set the foundation for growth analytics and operations to measure the success and iteration of our experiments. You’ll help drive the Growth roadmap with your analysis, operationalize new experiments, and help plan for future experimentation.
 
What You'll Do
  • Define experiment success/failure criteria using baselines and estimated impact
  • Drive high-leverage analysis to understand the revenue impact of experiments
  • Use experiment results to drive the experimentation roadmap
  • Manage the tracking across our experimentation tooling (Google Optimize, LaunchDarkly), ELT (Segment/Airbyte), and rETL (Hightouch)
  • Partner with the core analytics team to understand and contribute back to the core data layers
 
What You'll Need
  • 2+ years of analytical & operational experience
  • Fluency in SQL
  • A hacker’s type mentality full of curiosity and creativity
  • High standards of excellence and attention to detail
  • Belief in our values
 
We provide
  • Fully remote flexible work environment - we don’t look at when you log in, log out or how much time you work. We look at your output and we trust you; it’s the only way remote can actually work. 
  • Unlimited vacation policy - we need you at your best at all times. Our expected minimum time off lets you schedule your work around your life.
  • Co-working space - most of our team enjoyed the WFH life but if you prefer to work from a co-working space, we will cover the full monthly cost.
  • Parental leave (for both parents) - so you have time to adjust to the new life (and work) schedule introduced by your new bundle of joy.
  • Travel With Purpose - we are a fully distributed, 100% remote-first team, however, we recognize the value of in-person time. We will pay for round-trip flights, hotel, transportation, and food on weekdays for you to visit our headquarters in San Francisco, or other members of your team around the world. 
  • Open book policy - we will pay for books you purchase for your professional and career development. 
  • Continuous learning/training policy - we sponsor you for the conferences and training programs you feel would add to your development in the company. 
  • Competitive benefits package for US-based employees, including:
  • Blue Shield or Kaiser Medical Insurance 
    • Airbyte covers 100% for both employees and dependents
  • Dental & Vision Insurance
    • Airbyte covers 100% for both employees and dependents
  • Life and AD&D Insurance
    • Airbyte covers 100% for employees
  • Long-term Disability Insurance to offer extra peace of mind, especially while we find ourselves in a global pandemic
    • Airbyte covers 100% for employees
  • Healthcare insurance for those outside the US whose countries do not provide it for free.
  • Mental Health Support for all team members provided via Spill.
  • 401k for US-based employees.
  • Work Visas We currently sponsor H1B Transfers, TN Visas, and Green Cards. All other Visa requests will be discussed on a case by case basis to determine if we can sponsor.
 
Airbyte is an equal opportunity employer that does not discriminate on the basis of actual or perceived race, creed, color, religion, national origin, ancestry, age, physical or mental disability, pregnancy, genetic information, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, marital status, familial status, domestic violence victim status, veteran or military status, or any other legally recognized protected basis under federal, state or local laws. Pursuant to the San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance, we will consider for employment qualified applicants with arrest and conviction records. 
Airbyte is committed to providing reasonable accommodations for qualified individuals with disabilities in our job application procedures. Please let us know if you need assistance or accommodation due to a disability.
 
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