How Much Engineers, Managers and Other Roles Earn
- Tech unicorn Collibra pays some senior employees six-figure base salaries as high as $230,000.
- The data intelligence platform raised $250 million in 2021, doubling its valuation to $5 billion.
- Here’s what you can earn in engineering, management, IT, and other roles.
Cloud start-up Collibra pays its employees lucrative six-figure salaries, with base salaries as high as $230,000 for senior positions.
The New York and Brussels-based startup — founded by Felix Van de Maele in 2008 — provides companies with data management tools to organize and analyze data. Its competitors include cloud giants such as Microsoft, Snowflake and Informatica.
November 2021, Collibra raises $250 million in new funding round From Sequoia, Sofina and Tiger Global, raising its valuation from $2.3 billion to $5.25 billion.
The company currently has 1,298 employees, according to LinkedIn, and has many job openings in customer success, engineering, and product on its career site. Cloud is still a growing area of enterprise technology, and the overall base salary for cloud engineers can reach $200,000 or more.
Insider analyzed Collibra’s foreign worker hiring disclosures in the U.S. between 2019 and 2022, which show how much the company is willing to pay for talent in technical, managerial and other roles. This data does not include additional stock awards or bonuses and applies only to foreign talent offered in the United States.
The data shows that engineering directors and senior managers, partners managed to earn a base salary of $230,000, the highest salary in the dataset. Additionally, employee innovation managers earn between $144,040 and $185,000, while senior software engineers earn between $152,000 and $200,000.
Below is what Collibra pays for employees in engineering, management, IT and other roles.