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Alloy is hiring!

Date Posted: July 03, 2019

Our team grew rapidly in the first half of 2019, fueled by strong customer growth and investor confidence. In fact, AngelList recently named Alloy one of the fastest growing startups in San Francisco hiring now. For the second half of the year, we’re planning to further accelerate that growth and have some major hiring goals!

Amanda Williams

To help lead our recruiting efforts, we’re pleased to welcome Amanda Williams as Alloy’s first Director of Operations. Amanda joins us from Apple, where she was most recently Senior Program and Planning Manager for Apple Retail. Prior to that, she worked in Operations at Apple and earned her MBA at the Stanford Graduate School of Business.

Amanda spent her early career in various roles at McMaster-Carr, including Sales, Customer Service, and Warehouse Operations, giving her a unique appreciation of how Alloy empowers consumer goods manufacturers to grow sales and optimize their supply chain.

We’re expanding across all our teams and offices, and encourage people of all backgrounds to apply. We are committed to creating an inclusive culture and celebrate diversity of all kinds.

Learn more about us and our teams below, and visit our Careers page for specific job openings.

Get to know us

Check out these interviews with some of our team members sharing why they decided to join Alloy and the exciting projects they’ve worked on!


Client Solutions

We believe that the success of the companies we work with, and of the individuals within them, is one of the most important indicators of our own performance. In Client Solutions, you will be taking the lead in driving success for our customers, working at the intersection of analytics, data, project management, and relationships with our users. You will drive value for all of our customers, playing a role in pilots with large prospective customers, while also growing existing customer relationships.


Whether in Sales, Marketing, or Product, everyone on the go-to-market team is leading the charge toward our ambitious revenue goals. You will be the voice and face of the company in a future customer’s first interactions with Alloy.

You are uniquely positioned to be the bridge between Alloy and the outside world, and as such your role will be inherently cross-functional. In collaboration with the team, you will constantly focus on figuring out what works and how to do it more efficiently, from refining target accounts and buyer personas to identifying and expanding on the most appealing parts of our value proposition. The knowledge you accumulate as you interact with prospects will be foundational to improving Alloy’s product, value statement, market positioning, and revenue structure.


Engineers at Alloy are tasked with solving the interesting and difficult problems that supply chain data presents, while making it all seem simple and easy to the user. Whether you enjoy building data pipelines that process billions of data points per day, digging into the math of demand forecasting and replenishment models, or creating intuitive frontend apps, there is no shortage of challenging and rewarding things to work on.

Engineers at Alloy contribute across the stack. On the frontend, you will work with a modern web stack, built with Typescript and React; on the backend, you will work in Java 11 and Python 3. There are no deep layers of management at Alloy; we’re looking for self-starters who are able to prioritize effectively, and there is plenty of opportunity to grow quickly beyond an initial role.

Data Operations

High quality data is core to the Alloy value proposition, and our teams work hard to monitor and maintain the quality of the data coming in. As we’ve scaled, our data operations needs have grown into a function in its own right, which requires ownership beyond the established teams.

In this exciting new role, you’ll be the expert on our data feeds. You will support customer on-boarding, investigation and resolution of issues with our trading partner data integrations, and development of new data integrations.

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