Convoy is the nation’s leading digital freight network. We build technology to find smarter ways to connect shippers with carriers while solving some of the toughest problems in the 800-billion-dollar freight industry. We move millions of truckloads across the country through our interconnected network - saving money for shippers, increasing earnings for drivers, and avoiding unnecessary carbon waste for our planet (~9 million lbs of total carbon emissions to date!).

We’re proud to work with fortune 500 shippers like Home Depot and LG Electronics, and to be backed by world-class investors, including Y Combinator, Greylock, and others. Come learn what it’s like to work on complex problems in a massive industry at the center of our economy.

At Convoy, we believe that varied backgrounds, experiences, voices, and perspectives are key to innovation. Research shows that, all too often, candidates from underrepresented backgrounds don’t apply for roles unless they meet all the criteria. We invite you to apply, even if you don’t meet all the items included here. We’d love to learn about your unique experience and how you might shape the future of Convoy.


Thanks for trucking on over! We are working to fill our business critical roles at this time so we may not have your exact position open. We don’t want that to stop you from sharing your information with us for future roles though! 

Please feel free to submit your resume and contact information through this application. We hope to reach out to you in the near future when we have a position that aligns with your background.


About the team:

Research Science is at the core of Convoy’s platforms. We build the models that power freight pricing, shipment offer relevance, auction bidding strategy, and other core services. We also forecast business metrics, evaluate the causal impact of business decisions, design statistical and machine learning models to optimize our product, and leverage our data to generate insights for our customers. The breadth of the problems space is huge, spanning machine learning, optimization, causal inference, experimental design, econometrics, and prediction domains. We have only begun to dig into the difficult and diverse problems in our two-sided marketplace.

Your impact at Convoy:

  • Leverage machine learning and optimization to automate and improve decision making in our core problem areas
  • Develop and deploy new solutions and improving existing machine learning models (including deep learning, reinforcement learning and tree based methods)
  • Design and implement scalable automated decisioning systems
  • Lead research initiatives to drive actionable learnings and ultimately impact for Convoy 
  • Work on systems that automate our dynamic freight marketplace
About You:
  • Minimum of 2-7+ years of experience developing machine learning solutions
  • PhD or MS in Computer Science, Statistics, Applied Math/OR, Engineering, or related quantitative field.
  • Experience using Python and SQL for deploying and maintaining models in production
  • Experience with machine learning and deep learning toolkits and frameworks
  • Ability to frame business problems as automated decision solutions
  • Intelligent but practical; you want to get things done and love simplicity
  • You’re humble, effective, and biased toward action and learning

Successful Convoyagers share these traits:

  • We’re passionate about solving complex problems, and get excited about diving deep to understand an issue
  • We don’t let ego or swim-lanes get in the way of doing what’s right for our customers 
  • We support others through change and uncertainty, and stay the course when things get challenging 
  • We believe in our mission, and the potential for impact in our space.
*Convoy is headquartered in Seattle. We are also open to hiring remote employees located in any of the following states: Arizona, California, Georgia, Illinois, Michigan, Missouri, New York, Oregon, Texas, Washington.

Convoyagers and their families’ well-being is critical to our culture: 

  • You’re Covered: 100% premium coverage for employee health insurance premiums and 85% premium coverage for dependents. On-demand primary care.
  • Recharge: Exempt employees have flexible time off, non-exempt employees accrue PTO (approximately 11+ days per year, based on accrual), and all receive an additional 9 paid holidays per year.
  • Time to bond: We offer 16 weeks of parental leave for both caregivers. We also offer family planning benefits through Progyny (can be used towards fertility preservation, IVF, adoption/surrogacy reimbursement).
  • Take Care: We offer 16 free sessions per year for guided self-care with a coach, therapy, and other wellness tools through Lyra.
  • Support the Unexpected: We offer backup childcare and adult/elder-care options through Bright Horizons.
  • Plan ahead: Our 401K plan makes it easy to save for retirement. You can also utilize HSA and FSA options in our health plans.
  • Get there sustainably: Public transportation (Orca or Marta card provided in eligible locations) and commuter benefits.

Convoy is an equal opportunity employer, and we welcome applicants from all backgrounds. If you’re excited to join the ride, we’d love to hear from you!

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