Partner Engineer, Ads API
Twitter - San Francisco, CA

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As a Partner Engineer, you will work closely with agencies and the third party platforms they use to manage their advertising to bring Twitter Promoted Products closer to brands. You will represent partner and advertiser needs to the Twitter Product and Engineering teams. You will also have the technical chops to be the primary point of contact for engineers and product managers within partner organizations, as well as the industry knowledge and partner experience to ensure that partners love working with Twitter.


Drive advertiser satisfaction and revenue for Twitter through partner integrations with Twitter’s Promoted Products.

Clearly communicate and prioritize feature requests from external parties.

Perform partner implementation reviews, introduce new Ads technical product features to the partners, and promptly and properly resolve technical issues.

Identify partnership success metrics and advocate for the necessary tracking and reporting to operationalize them.


BA/BS in a technical field (In lieu of degree, 4 years relevant work experience).

Hands-on experience integrating with APIs, bonus points if those were/are ads APIs.

Extraordinary communication skills.

(Preferred) Experience with Twitter Promoted Products.

About Twitter

Twitter is a real-time information network that connects you to the latest stories, ideas, opinions and news about what you find interesting. Simply find the accounts you find most compelling and follow the conversations.

At the heart of Twitter are small bursts of information called Tweets. Each Tweet is 140 characters long, but don’t let the small size fool you—you can discover a lot in a little space. You can see photos, videos and conversations directly in Tweets to get the whole story at a glance, and all in one place.

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