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Software Engineer, Data Infrastructure

Improve how Reddit makes strategic decisions at the company level.
San Francisco Bay Area
Senior
$190,800 - 267,100 USD / year
3 weeks ago

✨ About The Role

- Collaborate with a team of software engineers to develop and maintain Reddit's data warehouse infrastructure - Engage in the complete data lifecycle at Reddit, working with one of the world's most extensive and data-rich datasets - Design, build, and deliver end-to-end data solutions to improve the reliability, scalability, latency, and efficiency of Reddit’s Data Platform - Implement automation for key elements of the development process, including data quality, managing alerts, and critical infrastructure operations - Guide and support fellow engineers within the team, serving as a mentor and contributing to knowledge sharing through training sessions and documentation

⚡ Requirements

- Experienced software engineer with at least 5-8 years in a production setting, proficient in Python, Scala, and SQL languages like BigQuery, SparkSQL, or Postgres - Skilled in designing and implementing large-scale systems, monitoring project progress, and showcasing proactive leadership on diverse projects - Familiar with cloud services, terraform, airflow, Kubernetes, CI/CD, and modern cloud-based infrastructure - Excellent communicator able to collaborate effectively within a service-oriented team and broader organizational context - Passionate about building and maintaining high-quality code, improving strategic decision-making, and applying engineering best practices to large datasets
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Software Engineer, Data Infrastructure
San Francisco Bay Area
$190,800 - 267,100 USD / year
Engineering
Job is no longer active
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