Staff Software Engineer
Confirmed live in the last 24 hours
Remote • United States
- 8+ years backend development experience with multiple parts of the backend stack, from databases to networking to computing infrastructure. We develop with Go, Python, Postgres, Redis, Thrift, GraphQL and deploy to Docker/k8s on AWS
- Ability to design and implement complex distributed systems operating under high load
- Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal, and the ability to collaborate effectively with technical and non-technical teams in a fully remote environment
- Experience developing customer-facing public applications is preferred
- Design, build, and ship backend services, experiments and products for millions of users to support our international expansion
- Communicate effectively, within the team and across disciplines. Work closely with product managers and designers to craft compelling user experiences
- Contribute meaningfully to our team's strategy. We give everyone a seat at the table and encourage active participation in planning our future. Don't just come along for the ride
- Foster a healthy engineering culture and mentor and coach other engineers
Social news website & forum
Reddit's mission is to bring community and belonging to everyone in the world. The company operates a social news website and forum where content is socially curated by members.
- Comprehensive health benefits
- Flexible unlimited vacation days & monthly global wellness days
- Family planning funds & 4+ months paid parental leave
- Personal & professional development funds
- Paid volunteer time off
- Workspace & home office benefits
Company Core Values
- Evolve: Only by continually improving and learning will we succeed.
- Add Value: We constantly evaluate our work to ensure it’s adding value and bringing us closer to achieving our mission. It’s easy to fall into the trap of conflating activity with value. Adding value requires hard work, but not all hard work is valuable.
- Default: Open The free flow of ideas and feedback is the lifeblood of a healthy organization, and Reddit must embrace it if we are to thrive.