Position Overview

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 a senior software engineer on the database engine team, you will have the unique benefit of building systems software in a rapid production environment with a small and collaborative team. 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 who are eager to learn from you.

Role and Responsibilities

  • Lead innovation for major software components, systems, and features.
  • Design and develop new systems to enhance database performance with good throughput and low latency.
  • Ensure data consistency and durability with breakthrough performance and scalability.
  • Automate and test your own code to improve overall software quality.
  • Manage individual project priorities, deadlines and deliverables.
  • Mentor and train other team members on design techniques, and coding standards.
  • Actively participate in customer POCs to optimize customer experience and adoption.
  • Work collaboratively with multiple departments such as Sales, Marketing, and G&A.

Required Skills and Experience

  • At least Six years of experience developing and debugging in system level C/C++, particularly on Linux
  • Three or more years of experience with file systems, concurrency, multithreading, and server architectures
  • Experience working with multi-threaded server implementations and system programming
  • Experience working with Database Internals, query engine / optimization is a plus
  • Experience with implementing scalable systems with HA / DR capabilities 
  • Passionate about building highly reliable system software
  • B.S. degree or equivalent experience in Computer Science or a similar field

Benefits

  • Company Wide
    • Technology Stipend for New Employees 
    • Monthly Cell Phone and Internet Stipend
    • Health and Wellness benefit 
    • Company and team events 
    • Flexible time off 
    • Volunteer time off
    • Stock Options 

As employees are located in many different countries around the world, some benefits may differ from country to country. In all cases, we do our best to provide equitable perks and benefits across our locations.

Other:

  • Full Time Employment 
  • Eligibility to work for an India based employer
  • Fully Remote Role or Hybrid based in India - Hyderabad or Bangalore.

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 Sunnyvale, Seattle, Boston, London, Lisbon, Bangalore, Dublin and Kyiv. Defining the future starts with The Single Database for All Data-Intensive Applications.

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.

Please note that SingleStore’s COVID-19 vaccination policy requires that team members in the United States be fully vaccinated, including a booster shot with one of the United States FDA-approved vaccine options to meet in person for SingleStore business or to work from one of our U.S. office locations. [It is expected that this will be a requirement for this role]. If an exemption and/or accommodation to our vaccination policy is requested, a member of the Human Resources department will be available to begin the interactive accommodation process. 


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