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If you are passionate about building large-scale data processing systems and are motivated to make an impact in creating a robust and scalable data platform - we would love to talk to you. Data is the only way we make decisions, it’s the core of our business helping us create an exceptional transportation experience for our customers and providing insights into the effectiveness of our product & features. 
 
You will be a part of an early team that builds the data transport, collection, and storage, and exposes services that make data a first-class citizen at Lyft. You will help shape the vision and architecture of Lyft’s next-generation data infrastructure, making it easy for developers to build data-driven products and features connecting millions of our drivers and passengers. You will be responsible for developing a reliable infrastructure that scales with the company’s incredible growth. Your efforts will allow access to business and user behavior insights, leveraging huge amounts of Lyft data to fuel several teams such as Analytics, Data Science, Marketplace, Fraud and many others. 
 
We are a set of engineers constantly striving to create an amazing experience for our customers and ourselves, and we believe data brings everything together. We build and operate the platform used by the rest of the company for stream and batch computation serving mechanisms to train ML models. You will be a part of an experienced engineering team and work with passionate leaders on challenging distributed systems problems. We regard culture and trust highly and believe you will add positively to it in your own way.

Responsibilities:

  • Build and operate large-scale data infrastructure programs (performance, reliability, monitoring)
  • Write well-crafted, well-tested, readable, maintainable code
  • Participate in code reviews to ensure code quality and distribute knowledge, including Open-Source projects
  • Share your knowledge by giving brown bags, tech talks, and evangelizing appropriate tech and engineering best practices

 Experience & Skills:

  • Deep understanding of distributed systems concepts and principles (consistency and availability, liveness and safety, durability, reliability, fault-tolerance, consensus algorithms)
  • Experience bringing open source software to production at scale (Yarn, HDFS, Hive, Spark, Presto, ZooKeeper, Airflow)
  • Experience designing, implementing and debugging distributed systems that run across thousands of nodes
  • Hands-on experience with Hadoop (or similar) ecosystem - Yarn, Hive, HDFS, Spark, Presto, Parquet, HBase
  • Experience working with and building real-time compute and streaming infrastructure - Kafka, Kinesis, Flink, Storm, Beam
  • Experience configuring, identifying performance bottlenecks and tuning MPP databases
  • Able to think through long-term impacts of key design decisions and handling failure scenarios
  • Experience with workflow management (Airflow, Oozie, Azkaban, UC4)

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