Reddit is continuing to grow our teams with the best talent. We're completely remote friendly and will continue to be after the pandemic.
The Trust & Safety Org (T&S) is one of Reddit’s biggest divisions, and Safety Insights works across the entire org to provide qualitative (user research) and quantitative (data science) insights for product development, scaled abuse detection/mitigation, threat intelligence, safety operations, security, and privacy. We unravel hard problems that cut across T&S domains, and guide product development to protect our users from bad experiences. In the Safety Insights team, we value asking who’s missing, surfacing the deeper questions, up-leveling our peers, and facilitating good conversations. Our job is tough, but the impact is huge.
As a Senior Data Scientist on the Safety Insights team, you will inform strategic direction, facilitate data-supported decision-making, and identify ways to measure impact over time. You will work alongside some of the best Data Scientists, User Researchers and Product teams in the world. You will gain domain expertise in both safety enforcement and product development, and be part of key decisions both within and outside of Trust & Safety.
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