About Snowflake
 
Founded by industry experts (holding over 120 patents) and backed by strategic investors, our disruptive built-for-the-cloud architecture was designed to push the limitations of conventional data warehousing.

Our teams breed ambition, challenge ordinary thinking, push the pace of innovation, in-service of the exploding demand for accessible data.

Snowflake is growing fast and we’re scaling our team to help enable and accelerate our growth. We’re passionate about our people, our customers, our values and our culture! We’re also looking for people with a growth mindset and the pragmatic insight to solve for today while building for the future. And as a Snowflake employee, you will be accountable for supporting and enabling diversity and belonging.
 
Snowflake started with a clear vision: make modern data warehousing effective, affordable, and accessible to all data users. Because traditional on-premises and cloud solutions struggle with this, Snowflake developed an innovative product with a new built-for-the-cloud architecture that combines the power of data warehousing, the flexibility of big data platforms, and the elasticity of the cloud at a fraction of the cost of traditional solutions. Snowflake: Your data, no limits.

We’re hiring talented Senior Infrastructure Engineers  to join us.  This position will be focused on engineering efforts related to the infrastructure layer of the Snowflake service.  This position will require excellent technical architecture and project management skills in addition to hands on development work.  

As a Senior Infrastructure Engineer at Snowflake you will:

  • Work on providing a high automated Cloud-based runtime environment for scaling a distributed, multi-tenant, high performance compute systems.
  • Write software, from system automation to network services to allow us to run ever more customers and queries.
  • Utilize your deep experience and problem solving skills to help prevent and investigate production issues.
  • Participate in the design and implementation of new system layers utilizing a first-principles understanding of high complexity compute environments.
  • Plan and lead complicated technical projects that interact with a wide variety of teams within the company.
  • Participate in a shared on-call rotation.

Our ideal Senior Infrastructure Engineer will have:

  • Extremely strong problem solving and troubleshooting skills.
  • Prior experience with an AWS, including design, implementation and maintenance of complex environments
  • Ability to lead and direct complicated, multi-month projects
  • Strong automation programming skills.  Must have CS fundamentals and a track record of implementing highly reliable software
  • Prior experience working alongside an Engineering team developing and supporting a complicated technical product.
  • Deep knowledge of Linux internals.
  • Strong knowledge and implementation history of Terraform, ansible and other orchestration frameworks.
  • Fundamental networking skills.  

Bonus points for experience with the following:

  • Prior experience with time-series based monitoring / observability systems
  • Prior experience implementing and maintaining analytical environments / analysis systems

 

We’re looking for people who share our passion for ground-breaking technology and want to create a lasting future for you and Snowflake.

Are you up for the challenge?

Snowflake is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to age, color, gender identity or expression, marital status, national origin, disability, protected veteran status, race, religion, pregnancy, sexual orientation, or any other characteristic protected by applicable laws, regulations and ordinances.  
 

 

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