We're looking for a data engineer with customer-facing responsibilities.
Update Jan 4, 2023: We've received an overwhelming number of applications for this posting. Applications are now closed.
OpenSanctions helps to keep people and companies accountable for their political and economic actions. We build a database that tracks a wide range of entities in the public interest: sanctioned companies, politicians, fraudsters and criminals. Originally built to support anti-corruption journalists, OpenSanctions has also become a powerful tool used for customer screening, legal compliance and in-depth investigative analysis.
We take pride in providing a high quality dataset to the public and to our subscribers. Based on an open source data pipeline and providing public search for everybody, we bring transparency and a (relative) lack of bullshit to the compliance/sanctions world.
After bootstrapping OpenSanctions into a sustainable small business, we’re now looking for a third technical team member. Together with our small team, you’ll work on our whole product. You will also interact with our customers to help them understand and utilise the product, and to learn more about their needs and challenges.
We don’t expect you to be an expert at all/any of this. It would be good if you have some experience doing Python-based data wrangling.
You can browse our full data pipeline on GitHub.
Update Jan 4, 2023: We've received an overwhelming number of applications for this posting. Applications are now closed. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
We plan to set up a company that isn’t just a bunch of dudes, and encourage applications from people of all ethnicities, ages, gender identities, and sexual orientations.