The People Team at Chainalysis is dedicated to enabling growth, building an inclusive environment, and providing the benefits and perks that help our employees balance work, life, and happiness. Our job is to make sure Chainalysis has the right talent and framework in place to grow both quickly and thoughtfully. 

Recruiters at Chainalysis are adept at getting through massive datasets of prospects, navigating a sometimes ambiguous environment, and selling why it’s awesome to be a Chainalysist. We measure success by how quickly we hire candidates and their ultimate success in their roles. 

In one year you’ll know you were successful if…

  • You’ve met headcount goals that enabled Chainalysis to scale our Engineering, IT, and Security teams across the US and EU including a direct impact on new product features,  the migration to AWS, enhanced security measures, and improved IT infrastructure around the world. 
  • You know our tech stack like the back of your hand (Greenhouse, GSuite, Pingboard, BambooHR, Slack, Confluence, Fetcher.ai, Brighthire etc.)
  • You’ve built candidate pipelines using the usual suspects (LinkedIn, StackOverflow, etc.) in addition to network referrals, social media prospecting, events, and utilize existing relationships wherever possible.
  • You have a strategic plan for preparing offers, negotiating compensation packages, and closing candidates with as little friction as possible. 
  • Our hiring managers trust your input and rely on your expertise to build their teams.

A background like this helps: 

  • When a hiring manager says things like, “Terraform, Kubernetes, Docker” or “Red team/Blue team, pen-testing, cloud security” or “DevOps, Infrastructure as code” or “Java, Springboot, Angular”, you don’t need to Google those things. 
  • You’re a pro at managing a recruitment process, sourcing candidates, and closing offers independently.
  • You’ve worked in a fast-paced/high-volume environment before like a SaaS startup or recruitment agency.  
  • You’re comfortable with distributed teams, working remotely, and collaborating with team members who are not colocated with you.
  • You understand  how roles in Security, Engineering, and IT directly contribute to company goals. 

At Chainalysis, we help government agencies, cryptocurrency businesses, and financial institutions track and investigate illicit activity on the blockchain, allowing them to engage confidently with cryptocurrency. We take care of our people with great benefits, professional development opportunities, and fun.

You belong here. 

At Chainalysis, we believe that diversity of experience and thought makes us stronger. With both customers and employees around the world, we are committed to ensuring our team reflects the unique communities around us. Some of the ways we’re ensuring we keep learning are an internal Diversity Committee, Days of Reflection throughout the year including International Women’s Day, Juneteenth, Harvey Milk Day, and International Migrant’s Day, and a commitment to continue revisiting and reevaluating our diversity culture. 

We encourage applicants across any race, ethnicity, gender/gender expression, age, religion, ability, experience and more. Additionally, if you need any accommodations to make our interview process more accessible to you due to a disability, don't hesitate to let us know. You can learn more here. We can’t wait to meet you.  

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