QuickNode is a cloud-based infrastructure company that powers the blockchain ecosystem.
 
Our mission is to be the indispensable utility that empowers companies and innovators globally to build next-generation, Web3 enabled businesses & applications using blockchain technology. QuickNode is backed by some of the world's best investors including Tiger Global, Y Combinator, SoftBank, and the Seven Seven Six Fund. The QuickNode team has over 120 people maintaining high performance global data infrastructure for amazing customers serving billions of requests daily.
 
We are a global remote first company HQ'd in Miami, Florida.

The Role

As a Data Engineer joining the Data Platform team, you’ll be driving contribution to core data platform products that are built and maintained by the Data Platform team. Currently, next major efforts include our indexing and ETL pipeline of core blockchain data and managing/deploying new infrastructure (we use Kubernetes and AWS) as we expand these efforts to more chains. Over time, this role will continue to develop heavily into QuickNode’s blockchain data needs to enable new internal and external products.
 
As you continue to grow with our team, there will be more and more opportunities to have high levels of ownership over key roadmap items that will include working closely with other engineers, designers, and cross-functional teams.

What We're Looking For 

  • An entrepreneurial engineer who has a love, new or old, for Web3 technology and blockchain data
  • A driven individual who loves thinking big picture while executing on small details
  • You excel at problem solving complex backend challenges and building core platforms that drive success of products and businesses
  • You have a growth mindset and constantly strive to confront challenges, learn, and adapt to the fast paced landscape of Web3 products and startups
  • You have a thoughtful approach to engineering and infrastructure that allows you to build future-proof solutions, write organized code, and iterate quickly

What You'll Do

    • Deploying data-focused platform APIs and services that are highly available, reliable, and production ready
    • Working closely with teams and leadership to understand product needs, requirements, and challenges
    • Building complex job/queue pipelines that are used to create datasets and products used both internally and externally to serve many business needs
    • Exploring greenfield projects, speccing out new core infrastructure efforts, and building proof of concepts

What You'll Bring

    • 4+ years of professional experience, including at least 4 years with some or most of the following: Python, Java/Scala, Typescript, Node.js, PostgresQL, Redis, Kubernetes, Docker, Kafka, Spark, Databricks, AWS
    • Experience with Big Data, Stream Processing, and Batch ETL Orchestration
    • Intermediate understanding of Data Science/Analysis
    • A successful track record of engineering core infrastructure for a product used by hundreds of thousands of users
    • Capable of executing on everything while staying autonomous with a high level of ownership and individual responsibility
    • Bonus: Industry experience in crypto/web3/DeFi
    • Bonus: Experience working in fintech or similar areas with a heavy emphasis on indexing and enriching data for users
 

We at Quicknode are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, pregnancy, age, national origin, disability status, genetic information, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.

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