Remote, Contiguous US | New York, NY
Instagram Notification Systems Team (IGNS) is responsible and accountable for the overall notifications experience at Instagram — creation, delivery, support, enhancements, standards and governance of the platforms Instagram uses to communicate with its users. The IGNS team has been one of the biggest drivers of user growth over the past few years, as we’ve seen that properly designed push and in-app notifications help users connect with their friends and interests. The team owns all communication channels within the app: in-app badging, push, email, SMS, quick promotions. We are looking for a lead data scientist for the team, helping ensure our billion+ users can keep in touch with their friends and interests. The data scientist would help realize the optimal on- and off-site experience for every IG user through customized targeting and delivery of notifications and determine success metrics for the team. The person should be interested both in the technical details of how we target and deliver notifications reliably, and the strategic implications of how we use notifications to grow adoption of features within the app. Additionally, the person would work with cross-functional partners and other data scientists across Instagram and Facebook, communicating findings and recommendations. Finally, the person will also be expected to mentor and support analytics partners across the space.
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