Who we are
We help the world make sense of data by exposing the underlying relationships. We make Neo4j, which created the category of Graph Databases, and continues to be the most widely used product in the space. Graph Databases have seen explosive growth in recent years, due to the power of the graph data model over the traditional relational model. We sell to Fortune 500 companies around the world, and also have a community version available as open source software.
The Role ->
We are looking for a performance engineer with a broad range of skills, ranging from backend development to low level performance profiling. You will work within a small, focussed team, guiding and supporting the development of performance critical database components. You will be designing and developing our mission-critical benchmarking infrastructure, and ensuring information about the state of Neo4j database performance is effectively disseminated. You will guide other development teams to design benchmarks for new features and interpret their results.
We’re looking for people with some combination of the following skills:
Ideally you also have experience with:
We don’t expect you to have experience across all these areas, our team has a mix of people with different skill sets. Additionally, our teams are spread over several locations in Europe, so you should be comfortable working as part of a distributed team.
Why Join Neo4j?
At Neo4j, you get the opportunity to build and lead on the edge of what’s new in the world of technology.
You have the opportunity to work alongside diverse and talented colleagues from around the globe. Our engineering headquarters are located in Malmö, Sweden and London, UK.
Intrigued by this role? We encourage you to apply even if you don’t fit 100% of the listed qualifications.
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