Jobcase strengthens its engineering leadership while investing more in workforce data expertise

CTO, Paw Andersen joins the team as Tony Deigh becomes Chief Data Officer

CAMBRIDGE, Mass., April 11, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Job case, an online community dedicated to empowering and advocating for workers, announced the appointment of Paw Andersen as Chief Technology Officer. In a variety of roles, Andersen has helped build and transform several technology companies over the past 20 years, including as senior engineering manager at Uber and most recently as chief technical officer at Metromile. He brings extensive experience in many different technology sectors such as GIS, FinTech and e-commerce, and in organizations of all sizes. At Jobcase, Andersen will be responsible for leading technology and people growth, enabling the company to create innovative and empowering solutions for members and workers.

“Jobcase supports and connects millions of workers every day as they help each other navigate their ‘brighter future.’ continue to evolve our best-in-class engineering team and technology stack,” said Fred Goff, co-founder and CEO of Jobcase. “With the CTO baton passed to Paw, and Tony focusing his efforts on unlocking the value of data for our members, I am confident that Jobcase will continue to do just that. We are humbled and proud to have Paw join our leadership team. , and I am so excited about the acceleration in the breadth and depth of impact we will have in empowering workers now.”

Prior to joining Jobcase, Andersen served as CTO for auto insurance technology disruptor Metromile, where he led their efforts with machine learning to deliver usage-based cost savings and a customer-centric experience. Previously, he spent many years in the senior management of various fast-growing technology companies such as Uber and Groupon. He was notably a senior engineering manager in Uber’s advanced technology group, where he grew his team from 27 to 700 at a time when Uber was filling up to 10,000 new driver positions a day.

Andersen is very passionate about assignments that change society for the better and believes that Jobcase’s focus on workers’ challenges is fundamental to the health of our economy. He is proud of the role he has played in creating hundreds of thousands of job opportunities with Uber and recognizes that his new role can help drive change in many other areas of the workforce.

“Jobcase’s mission of ‘community empowerment’ really resonates with me. I love the challenge of creating technology that can help workers achieve a better future,” Andersen said. “I feel like I’ve come full circle on the journey I started at Uber. Beyond the mission, it was the Jobcase team themselves who sealed the deal. I had the nice to meet so many smart, passionate people from different teams at The strong culture is truly contagious, and I look forward to helping help Jobcase make a difference on a whole new level.”

Andersen will replace the former CTO, Tony Deigh, who is transitioning to a new role of Chief Data Officer. In her new role, Deigh will bring a new level of focus to harnessing deep data on labor markets and worker dynamics to create a better experience for members and employers.

“I’m extremely excited about my partnership with Paw,” said Deigh. “His history of growing high performance engineering organizations means great things for our members.”

About Jobcase:
Founded in 2015, Jobcase is dedicated to empowering and advocating for workers around the world. As a social platform, Jobcase helps over 130 million registered members lead a better working life – by giving them access to jobs, tools, resources and a supportive community. Jobcase technology also powers a network of job boards and numerous non-profit activities through its Jobcase network. Emerging as one of the fastest growing technology companies in the BostonJobcase is a partner of Workday Ventures and an industrial subsidiary of from MIT Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL). Jobcase also works with employers, non-profit organizations and government agencies to improve and diversify access to opportunities and labor market participation.

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Michael A. Bynum