Twitter is what’s happening and what people are talking about right now. For us, life's not about a job, it's about purpose. We believe real change starts with conversation. Here, your voice matters. Come as you are and together we'll do what's right (not what's easy) to serve the public conversation.
At Twitter, we work on some of the world’s largest distributed systems -- our core infrastructure receives hundreds of millions of Tweets per day and serves tens of billions of API requests, all with an uptime over 99.9%. Our other systems operate at a similarly staggering scale: we serve over 2+ billion search queries per day, render hundreds of millions of ad impressions, process hundreds of terabytes of log and interaction data daily to drive billions in bottom-line revenue.
The Data Management Organization (DMO) is chartered with making data discoverable, usable, and compliant. We shape Twitter’s data strategy through cutting-edge tools and services and by managing Twitter’s end to end data lifecycle. As a member of this team, your work will be central to driving progress in privacy, security, and customer trust, through impactful insights that identify corrective, preventive, and growth opportunities.
What You'll Do
DO YOU ❤️ #METADATA?
The Data Modeler / Architect is responsible for the architecture of Twitter’s Enterprise Data, including inventory design for governance, technical, and data assets. Working from partner requirements, this role is crucial for implementing current and future demand for compliance, privacy, and data quality. This role has an opportunity for broad influence by voicing support for and implementing the conceptual framework by which data are interpreted across functions at Twitter.
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San Francisco applicants: Pursuant to the San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance, we will consider for employment qualified applicants with arrest and conviction records.