Senior Privacy Engineer (Future Opportunities)
Please note: This job posting is not for immediate hire but rather an opportunity to submit an application for future consideration.
Twitter promotes and protects the public conversation. Twitter is the town square of the internet. At Twitter, we work with one goal in mind: to improve Twitter for our customers, partners, and the people who use it across the world. Brand safety is only possible when human safety is the top priority – This mindset is what drives us forward.
- Partner closely with cross-functional partners across Engineering and Product to embed sound technical privacy practices in everything we ship and help uncover risks before they become issues;
- Proactively explore Twitter’s products and services to identify improvements in the way we look after data or institute a new privacy-preserving technology;
- Identify important privacy issues within system designs or implementations, and suggest and drive robust designs to fix them.
- 5+ years of experience in technical privacy review to find common failures, good design patterns, and trade-offs;
- Possess strong privacy domain knowledge;
- Solid command of technical privacy issues within the software and systems development lifecycle: Keen ability to identify common hurdles and solutions to effective privacy and security;
- Ability to grasp business, user, and technical requirements, and can identify sophisticated privacy dependencies in large-scale systems;
- Ability to build close partnerships across subject areas and teams (e.g. engineering, legal, policy);
- Ability to challenge the status quo while remaining pragmatic and championing trust with partners;
- Experience leading, engaging and operating within the goals of partner teams, and effectively working with them to integrate privacy into their designs;
- Experience implementing and continuing to evolve privacy engineering principles, culture, and standard methodologies;
- Ability to coach teammates as customer and value-focused privacy engineers.
- History of handling privacy incidents through investigation, fixes, and resolution;
- Experience in human-centric threat modeling, data anonymization, and/or other privacy-preserving techniques, process, or technologies;
- Experience in code review in one or more general purpose languages;
- Experience with developing or debugging microservice architectures or distributed systems.
We are committed to an inclusive and diverse Twitter. Twitter is an equal opportunity employer. We do not discriminate based on race, color, ethnicity, ancestry, national origin, religion, sex, gender, gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation, age, disability, veteran status, genetic information, marital status or any other status or characteristic protected by, state, or local laws.
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The expected salary range for this role to be performed in San Francisco is USD $162,000 - USD $226,000. Starting pay for the successful applicant will depend on a variety of job-related factors, which may include education, training, experience, location, business needs, or market demands. This range may be modified in the future.
This job is also eligible for participation in Twitter’s Equity Incentive Plan subject to the terms of the applicable plans and policies.
Twitter offers a wide range of benefits to U.S.-based employees, including medical, dental, and vision insurance, 401(k) program with employer match, generous time off for vacation, sick time, and parental leave. Twitter’s benefits prioritize employee wellness and progressive support to our diverse workforce.