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Software Engineer, Cloud Services, B&I

MongoDB, New York City

MongoDB unleashes the power of software and data for innovators everywhere


The MongoDB Cloud Services Team is a diverse collection of individuals working together to help our users run MongoDB in the Cloud at global scale. The Cloud Team is responsible for MongoDB Atlas - our database as a service offering and fastest growing product. MongoDB Atlas allows users to deploy fault-tolerant, globally distributed MongoDB clusters in just minutes.

We're seeking an experienced Full-Stack Engineer to join the Cloud Billing & Integrations (B&I) team, which is part of the Cloud Core Engineering team. The B&I team is at the heart of MongoDB's Cloud business, keeping tabs on all of our customers' resource consumption and billing them accordingly. We also work closely with many other internal teams to help streamline the sales process, provide the data needed for rich analytics and business intelligence, and build the tools our technical account managers need to keep our customers happy. Our systems are varied and complex, making every day challenging and fun.

We’re looking for someone who is

  • Comfortable working across the stack of a modern web application
  • Highly skilled at writing backend systems in a compiled language (Java, C#, Go, etc.)
  • Comfortable in a modern JavaScript environment
  • Adept at chasing down tough problems in a distributed systems environment
  • Always striving to expand their knowledge
  • Curious, collaborative and intellectually honest

Responsibilities

  • Work closely with product teams, considering the user’s perspective while helping the team achieve success
  • Collaborate with team members over best practices and core concepts
  • Hold yourself accountable to your actions, maintaining the balance between accomplishing goals with research & development
  • Own our core values and adhere to them in your work, and
  • Stay up to date with best practices in web engineering

Success Measures

A Full Stack Engineer will be successful in this role when they:

  • Are open, honest and willing to contribute and collaborate with others
  • Develop confidence in finding their way across the platform
  • Can take responsibility for the planning and execution of a major feature, representing Engineering when working with Product and Design
  • Are willing to learn and contribute to all parts of the stack
  • Are resolute in their approach to problem solving, balancing the needs of their team with the willingness to get to the bottom of issues

*MongoDB, Inc. provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment and prohibits discrimination and harassment of any type without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin, disability status, genetics, protected veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local laws.*

About MongoDB

Our Story

MongoDB was founded in 2007 by Dwight Merriman, Eliot Horowitz and Kevin Ryan – the team behind DoubleClick.

At the Internet advertising company DoubleClick (now owned by Google), the team developed and used many custom data stores to work around the shortcomings of existing databases. The business served 400,000 ads per second, but often struggled with both scalability and agility. Frustrated, the team was inspired to create a database that tackled the challenges it faced at DoubleClick.

MongoDB is the leading modern, general purpose database platform, designed to unleash the power of software and data for developers and the applications they build. Headquartered in New York, with offices across North America, Europe, and Asia-Pacific, we are close to where you do business. MongoDB has more than 4,300 customers in over 85 countries, including more than half of the global Fortune 100. The MongoDB database platform has been downloaded over 30 million times and there have been more than 730,000 MongoDB University registrations.

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