Dropbox Jobs in San Francisco, CA

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4 days ago

Security Data Scientist

Dropbox San Francisco, CA

• Perform data analysis and investigations of account security, product abuse, and other security issues • Design algorithms and rulesets for… Dropbox


6 days ago

Product Manager - Dropbox for Business

Dropbox San Francisco, CA

Dropbox today has a strong presence in business organizations of all shapes and sizes. It's the job of a Product Manager in Dropbox for Business to… Dropbox


6 days ago

Integration Specialist - Business Tools

Dropbox San Francisco, CA

As an Integration Specialist for our Business Strategy and Operations team, youll play a key role in enabling our business teams to scale through… Dropbox


6 days ago

Information Security Lead

Dropbox San Francisco, CA

• Lead, grow, and develop a dedicated team of security professionals • Be a strong advocate and champion for the Dropbox security culture… Dropbox


12 days ago

Enterprise Success Manager

Dropbox San Francisco, CA

As an Enterprise Success Manager on the Sales team, you will be a powerful advocate that solves problems and identifies opportunities on behalf of… Dropbox


10 days ago

Corporate Site Reliability Engineer - Security

Dropbox San Francisco, CA

Successful candidates will have a deep passion for building security in a dynamic and fast-moving environment. We are particularly interested in… Dropbox


9 days ago

Data Visualization Developer

Dropbox San Francisco, CA

• Build the future. Develop data visualizations for customers that tease out important insights from big and complex data. • Become legendary… Dropbox


17 days ago

Enterprise Adoption Specialist

Dropbox San Francisco, CA

You will be joining a pioneering team working to build out a world-class services organization. If youre a talented project manager with experience… Dropbox


10 days ago

Hardware Systems Engineer

Dropbox San Francisco, CA

• Create, update, and maintain Linux kernel packages, as well as build custom upgrade modules for our Linux OS based products • Build tools (using… Dropbox


23 days ago

Business Development Executive - Dropbox for Business Ecosystem

Dropbox San Francisco, CA

• Own business development relationships at Dropbox for a category of partners • Identify & recruit new partners, bringing them from technical… Dropbox


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    Pros

    Great perks: -Average compensation -Company offers a mix of Options + RSUs which is positive. Many startups only offer options -You will have to pay for nothing. Food, Gym, Commute, Snacks, Accessories, and Clothing (if you're okay wearing tshirts) are provided Good People: -I won't speak much about this. If you're considering Dropbox, you're probably also considering Google, Facebook, Twitter, AirBnB, Pinterest, etc... Good people at the top startups are a given these days. Opportunity to Land Grab - If you're positive, you call it opportunity. If you're a cynic, you call it a Land Grab. The result is the same. In any regard, it's a great opportunity to build functions and develop teams from the ground up. Since the company was arguably understaffed for much of it's early history, lot's of table stakes functions that are only being built now.

    Cons

    Speaking from the business team perspective only Hard to get things done -Poor collaboration with non-business teams. There's a clear divide between Engineering/Product/Design and Business within Dropbox. Can be incredibly tough to get things done. -Consensus culture. You generally need passive sign-off from a number of stake-holders. It's never clear when you have the sign-off, as some teams may still block a project before launch despite clear agreement from the start. Recognition -Most teams are still finding their groove. That means defining success is often subjective. Can be challenging to newer teams or teams without a clear goal

    Advice to Management

    -Defer to your senior leaders -Break barriers and allow the 'smart creatives' you've hired to do their job


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