dbt Labs is a remote-first company with a globally distributed team. This role is open to folks based anywhere in the United States.
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dbt Labs was founded in 2016 to empower analysts to create and disseminate organizational knowledge. Since then, we’ve grown to become one of the most respected brands in the analytics industry. Our product, dbt, is used by thousands of companies.
dbt users have described themselves as data librarians: they help their teams find the data that they need, where and when they need it.
This role will serve as the librarian to the librarians. You’ll ensure that content produced across dbt Labs (event replays, podcast episodes, training tutorials and more) is published on time with a high level of quality, and is easily accessible to the dbt Community via organic search.
This is a project management, editing and SEO role rather than long-form or technical writing—you’ll own the content calendar, set content formats, and make sure that the team is hitting deadlines, but won’t be responsible for writing individual pieces from scratch.
In the future, this role could expand to leading all organic acquisition efforts or transition to management of dbt Labs’ web properties more generally.
Who we are
At dbt Labs, we have developed strong opinions on how companies should practice analytics.
Specifically, we believe that:
-> Code, not graphical user interfaces, is the best abstraction to express complex analytic logic
-> Data analysts should adopt similar practices and tools to software developers
-> Critical analytics infrastructure should be controlled by its users as open-source software
-> Analytic code itself — not just analytics tools — will increasingly be open source
It turns out that a lot of other people believe this too! Over the course of the past several years we've built a community of 9,000+ people and 3,000 companies who are using our ideas, products, and workflows to conduct analytics, including Lyft, Monzo, GitLab, Snowflake, the ACLU, Amazon, JetBlue, and RentTheRunway. Our product, dbt (https://www.getdbt.com/), has come to be synonymous with the practice of analytics engineering, defining an entire industry.