LiveRamp is looking for a senior software engineer to help build our LiveRamp Safe Haven product, one of the fastest growing products within the company. 

Five years from now we will be known for creating the category of “Safe Havens” that enables controlled access to unique data assets necessary to understand the end-to-end customer journey, close the loop on measurement, and create superior customer experiences. 

The LiveRamp Safe Haven engineering team is here to make the grant vision a reality. The team owns the end to end implementation of the systems and solutions that drives the growth of LiveRamp Safe Haven product. You will have a unique experience working in a startup-like environment within an established company. 

You will:

  • Recruit, hire, scale and act as a leader within a growing team of engineers.
  • Collaborate closely with internal teams and external partners to drive product delivery. 
  • Be actively involved in strategic direction and product decisions for an emerging business.
  • Bring a wealth of best practices from past experiences to the team.
  • Foster a positive environment of integrity, empowerment, initiative, and teamwork.
  • Have an impact across the entire Safe Haven product suite. 

Your team will: 

  • Design and build a global data solution that delights our key customers. 
  • Extend our platform capabilities to address in-country requirements in the global market. 
  • Work closely with various internal teams (engineering, product, SRE, and data science) on product delivery. 

About you: 

  • 5+ years of hands-on development experience and 3+ years of experience leading engineering teams.
  • Have strong recruiting skills, with a track record of hiring new team members who are extremely effective over the long term.
  • Have a passion and track record for leading teams to deliver scalable services, APIs, and infrastructures.
  • Have a product mindset and enjoy solving complex business problems with technology. 
  • Have extremely strong written and spoken communication, with the ability to effectively change communication style based on the audience (executive leadership, marketing, management, product, engineering, data scientists). Ability to explain complex technical topics at appropriate levels of detail for each audience.
  • Have prior hands-on experience with the JVM ecosystem and public cloud technology. 
  • Type S(tartup) personality: smart, ethical, friendly, hard-working and proactive.

Bonus Points: 

  • Experience working with big data technologies (Hadoop, Spark, Presto, Airflow, etc).
  • Experience working with external partners to drive product delivery.
  • Prior experience with customer data platforms. 

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