We are DraftKings.
We’re inspired by our shared passion for developing creative solutions to complex challenges and empowering the people around us to do their best work. We are industry leaders in the digital entertainment and technology space propelled by constant curiosity and diverse perspectives.
Our teams are fueled by innovation. We are looking ahead, building what’s next, and continuously reinventing the industry. We’re a publicly traded (NASDAQ: DKNG) technology company headquartered in Boston, with teams around the world and an expanding global presence.
Build the possibilities at DraftKings.
As a Data Governance Engineer, you’ll be a creative contributor and mentor to the DraftKings Data Governance Program. You will help lead the strategy and implementation used to enable our Data Governance and Compliance programs. The job includes working with our Compliance, IT, Engineering, Product Management, Project Management, and Subject Matter Experts. You’ll work together to define requirements and business processes as well as integrate data and implement controls to manage and protect our data making sure we meet all global privacy requirements. If this is up your alley then join us.
Who are we a good fit for?
We love working with talented people but more than that, we seek out compassionate co-workers with a collaborative spirit. Our work moves quickly and we’re great at coming together to find creative solutions to some of tech’s most interesting problems. If that sounds good to you, join us.
We strive to create a place where all feel safe, empowered, engaged, championed, and inspired. DraftKings is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. This means we do not tolerate discrimination of any kind and are committed to providing equal employment opportunities regardless of your gender identity, race, nationality, religion, sexual orientation, status as a protected veteran, or status as an individual with a disability.
Ready to build what’s next? Apply now.
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