Software Developer (Data Team) - Seattle
At Redfin, you’ll be part of something much bigger than just a job. If you've got fire in your belly to do work that matters, we want to hear from you.
Redfin's mission is to change the real estate game in the consumer's favor.
We are looking for a data software engineering artist who can join the Data Platform Team. Are you able to find order and beauty in massive piles of messy data? Optimize the heck out of Java, SQL, Postgres, and any other data technology you come across? Architect the data platform that is the basis for the redfin.com website? Work with analysts and data scientists to engineer and productize complex algorithms?
Who you are:
You dream about ways to improve upon the status quo. You want to see your fellow engineers work as efficiently as possible using the best tools, frameworks, and development pipelines in the industry.
You have contributed to building robust, scalable systems or testing and monitoring frameworks from the ground up.
You love experimentation, you want teams to be able to ship code to production at anytime, turn on and off features instantly.
You are passionate about surfacing system data in real-time. You want to build services that track overall system health as well as low-level metrics
You have a Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science or in a related Engineering field.
The opportunity to make a lasting impact! Redfin is on a mission, and wants you to help us change the world. We are improving the largest purchasing decision of a person's life in every possible way.
The chance to work with brilliant people. Redfin has assembled a team of the best engineers, real-estate agents, operations engineers, and support staff in the country. You will be working with, and learning from, the best.
An environment that's great to work in with offices in downtown Seattle, free food, hackathons, nuff said.
A competitive compensation package with salary, bonuses, stock options, and a complete benefits package.
Redfin is an Equal Opportunity Employer
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