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Staff Software Engineer, Data Infrastructure - Remote Eligible

Build and improve scalable, fault-tolerant, self-serve systems for large-scale data challenges.
Remote
Senior
$206,700 - 289,400 USD / year
3 weeks ago

✨ About The Role

- The Staff Software Engineer will be responsible for solving large-scale batch and streaming data challenges within Reddit's Data Infrastructure team - The role involves refining and maintaining data infrastructure technologies to support real-time analysis of hundreds of millions of users - Ownership of the data pipeline that processes over 100 billion daily events and tools used for ingestion, storage, and data quality improvement - Mentoring other engineers on designing, building, and promoting services used by hundreds of engineers across Reddit - Collaborating with partner teams like machine learning and Ads to create scalable, fault-tolerant, self-serve systems and ensure high data quality across Reddit

⚡ Requirements

- Experienced software engineer with at least 7 years of coding experience in a production setting, capable of writing clean, maintainable, and well-tested code - Strong communication skills to collaborate effectively with stakeholders in engineering, data science, machine learning, and product teams - Proficient in object-oriented programming languages such as Scala, Python, Go, or Java - Holds a degree in Computer Science or equivalent technical field - Skilled in working with various technologies like Terraform, Helm, Flink, Airflow, Prometheus, Docker, Kubernetes, and CI/CD
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Staff Software Engineer, Data Infrastructure - Remote Eligible
Remote
$206,700 - 289,400 USD / year
Engineering
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