As humans, there are few things more exciting than meeting someone new. At Tinder, we’re on a mission to power and inspire real connections by making it easy and fun for every new generation of singles. With tens of millions of users, hundreds of millions of downloads, 2+ billion swipes per day, 20+ million matches per day, and a presence in 190+ countries, our reach is expansive—and rapidly growing. We work together to solve complex problems. Behind the simplicity of every match, we think deeply about human relationships, behavioral science, network economics, AI and ML, online and real-world safety, cultural nuances, loneliness, love, sex, and more.
The core engagement team at Tinder covers all user-facing communication to our users, so we are always looking to polish, refine, and redefine how we contact those using the app. We work closely with all teams to ensure that their work gets showcased to the right members of Tinder, and communicated out in all the countries and languages where the app is available. Our CRM lifecycle series and events are changing the way in which our members interact with each other, and we have front row seats to help craft that process. Our team has the most number of AB tests and projects being worked on at any time at Tinder and try to test often and test smart to grow our understanding of our members. The team knows how to work hard while ensuring that we also focus on energies smartly towards the highest priority tasks and campaigns.
The Engagement Lifecycle Manager works on making sure members on the Tinder app have the best experience possible. You will be working closely with other product teams to ensure their features are highlighted and communicated through our engagement channels (email, push notification, in-app pop-ups) to help increase visibility and adoption. This position also plays a strategic role in ensuring that we support Tinder members throughout the various phases of their lifecycle while on Tinder. Being able to quickly AB test and iterate on campaigns as well as communicate those results and next steps to other teams are important skills needed to flourish with the engagement team.
Factors such as scope and responsibilities of the position, candidate's work experience, education/training, job-related skills, internal peer equity, as well as market and business considerations may influence base pay offered. This salary will be subject to a geographic adjustment (according to a specific city and state), if an authorization is granted to work outside of the location listed in this posting.