Careers

We seek passionate people to help realize our goal of becoming the "must have" community-enabled platform for risk and security professionals.

Join Our Team

RANE employees share a common set of core values and beliefs
that power our growth and collective success.


WE ARE:

Client-centric:  Our clients are at the heart of everything we do

Collaborative:  We are community-focused, connectors, inclusive, and relationship-oriented

Curious + Passionate:  Defines how we approach the challenge, inspires our shared purpose, and imagine the future

A Crew with high integrity:  Doing the right thing is our compass

And of course having some fun along the way!


If this sounds like you, take a look at our job openings below.

Open Positions

Account Executive – Risk + Compliance

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Business Intelligence Analyst

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Relationship Manager

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Employee Spotlight

Prior to joining RANE, Campbell completed her Masters in Global Affairs and Transnational Security at NYU where she focused on the disengagement and deradicalization of violent extremist groups. She has conducted fieldwork with former and current combatants from terrorist organizations such as Al Qaeda, Jemaah Islamiyah (JI), Darul Islam, and ISIS, among others, and previously worked for the Counterterrorism Executive Directorate at the UN, as well as for Results Intl’ Research & Consulting where her work contributed to a series of joint reports and publications with NGA, USAID, UNESCO, ACE, and DOD-AFRICOM.

What attracted you to come and work at RANE?

A lot of things, but if I were to sum it up – the people. The people at RANE and in our expert network really embody what RANE is all about and the opportunity that’s available to you in working here. You get to be a part of a group of people who come from all different backgrounds, specialities, and spaces, and who really are the best of the best at what they do. This was a major learning opportunity for me, but it’s equally turned out to be an opportunity to build my own network and connect with leaders in industries I would have never known otherwise.

What is it like to work at RANE? 

It’s like getting to go back to school for all of those degrees you wish you had studied and were always curious in, but instead you’re getting paid to do it, actually put it to work, AND it’s a lot more fun. 😉 RANE is unique in that if offers an environment where you can have a niche and specialize in something, without being limited to that topic and that topic only. Part of this is just our business model because we cover a wide range of issues across all different sectors, but it’s also a product of the leadership and culture we have at RANE. Not only am I confronted by a new issue or idea every day, but I have the freedom and the responsibility of determining what to do with it and where to run with it.

What advice do you have for those exploring job opportunities?

1. Whether it’s here or somewhere else, pick a place where you can learn – or better yet, pick a place that allows you to apply what you learn. It’s one thing to sit behind the scenes and soak it all in, but it’s a whole other experience to be out on the front lines making a difference and doing something with it.

2. Value the “ride” as much as you value the “results.” Often the former drives the latter anyway, so pick a place that you’ll actually enjoy walking into every day, with people who you’ll actually look forward to seeing every day! People are everything, so try to surround yourself with some that you can both learn from and laugh with.

What is one thing that most people would not know about you?

I am Cardi B.

Jennifer (Jenni) is a technology-turned-product professional. At RANE, she works with the product and technology teams to design and develop tools to help risk professionals do their jobs. Her focus is data-driven tools and applications.

Prior to joining RANE, Jenni worked as a data engineer and product manager at Fan Manager, a sports marketing analytics SaaS business and helped redesign their platform to be both user-focused and technically scalable. Jenni also spent several years doing technology consulting with Accenture. She holds a BS in Computer Science from Duke University, and is currently pursuing a Masters of Information in Data Science from the University of California, Berkeley on a part-time basis.

What attracted you to come and work at RANE?

RANE is a group of very intelligent people who work hard to achieve their personal and company goals. I’ve had opportunities to work with and learn from former NSA, CIA, and Secret Service staff members, which is an opportunity I wouldn’t have had anywhere else. Our company is also small, so my individual contributions make a material difference to the business as a whole. 

What is it like to work at RANE? 

Working at RANE takes legitimate work — it is a small company, so everyone’s contributions are important and will be missed if not done properly. That said, it is also very rewarding! We take opportunities to celebrate and take care of each other as the circumstances require it. We have an open office, so walking up to the CEO, CMO or Head of Product and asking questions about the business is always encouraged.

What advice do you have for those exploring job opportunities?

Know what matters to you about the role and company that you’re interviewing for before you walk into the interview. The interview is for the benefit of both the company and the prospective employee — ask the right questions to ensure that the company and role are good fits for you, too!

What is one thing that most people would not know about you?

I have spent multiple weeks (sometimes months) camped out in Krzyzewskiville for the opportunity to watch the Duke-UNC men’s basketball game in Cameron Stadium.

Prior to joining RANE, Stacey was a cybersecurity analyst for Boston Children’s Hospital. She has 13 years of military and IT experience, serving as a cyberspace defense officer for the Department of Defense for the last six of those years. Stacey graduated from the University of Rhode Island with a BA in communications and a Professional Science Master’s degree in Cybersecurity.

What attracted you to come and work at RANE?

I wasn’t actually looking for a new job at the time, but when I was approached about the position with RANE, I was intrigued and wanted to know more. I quickly discovered that it’s nothing I’ve ever done before, but that it would allow me to grow into and with a company instead of just being another employee ID number on the payroll.

What is it like to work at RANE? 

I love it here! I feel challenged in ways I never have before – with a technical cyber security background, I’d spent a lot of time battling with a keyboard.  At RANE I’m able to use that technical practitioner experience to identify gaps and bring new experts in to our network to help our clients with more specific risk areas that they may not be thinking about.  Engaging with experts in all avenues of cyber security, and helping client solve problems, is incredibly rewarding.

What advice do you have for those exploring job opportunities?

Keep an open mind and be honest about your career and life goals. A healthy work/life balance is one of the most important aspects of any job, and RANE has certainly met and exceeded my expectations.

What is one thing that most people would not know about you?

Although I’m a cyber nerd, I’m a little bit of a tattoo junkie – I have at least 14 and I’m going to start designing my full arm sleeve soon.