Overview

At SingleStore we're not just building a database, we are building a data platform. We believe that every company deserves a scalable, performant, reliable, and easy to use solution to their operational data needs, and the SingleStore Database Engine team is responsible for building the core database engine behind SingleStore. This includes developing in-memory and on-disk data structures and algorithms, row and columnar stores, networking, query optimization, and execution.

As the leader on the SingleStore database engine team, you will have the opportunity to lead a rapidly growing and collaborative team that is building systems software in a rapid production environment. You will help create and execute on the technical development roadmap for SingleStore’s core engine. This includes overseeing the direction, design, and development of key features that can be attributed to just a handful of engineers. In this position, you will be empowered to leverage your technical, leadership, and business acumen while mentoring other engineers and managers who are eager to learn from you.

You’ll foster a team culture of collaboration and learning. You’ll work closely with our cloud managed service, infrastructure, product, and go to market teams to prioritize and ensure we deliver a complete enterprise ready product. You’ll coach, motivate, empower, attract and retain a highly performant team to deliver consistently high quality work. You’ll empower your team to iterate and innovate quickly, removing obstacles to their success. 

Your Background

You are an experienced engineering leader with a proven ability to execute complex technical projects. You have a strong sense of good engineering practice around testing, delivery, and technical debt. You are an inspiring leader, both for attracting new talent as well as keeping your existing team excited and engaged in the problem at hand. You are passionate about building a highly reliable service.

Desired Qualifications

  • Proven ability to hire and retain top talent
  • Experience leading and working on distributed teams
  • Experience leading and developing major software components, systems, and features
  • Ability to design and develop new systems to enhance database performance 
  • Knowledge of file systems, concurrency, multithreading, and server architectures
  • Expertise in query optimization, query execution, and query processing
  • Experience working closely with customers and partners to collect feedback and drive adoption.
  • Prior experience developing and debugging in system level C/C++, particularly on Linux
  • Passionate for building highly reliable systems software 

SingleStore is one platform for all data, built so you can engage with insight in every moment. Trusted by industry leaders, SingleStore enables enterprises to adapt to change as it happens, embrace diverse data with ease, and accelerate the pace of innovation. SingleStore is venture-backed and headquartered in San Francisco with offices in Portland, Seattle, Boston, Bangalore, London, Lisbon, and Kyiv. Defining the future starts with The Database of Now™.

Consistent with our commitment to diversity & inclusion, we value individuals with the ability to work on diverse teams and with a diverse range of people.

To all recruitment agencies: SingleStore does not accept agency resumes. Please do not forward resumes to SingleStore employees. SingleStore is not responsible for any fees related to unsolicited resumes and will not pay fees to any third-party agency or company that does not have a signed agreement with the Company.

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