Our engineering teams are responsible for the services and infrastructure that connect hundreds of millions of active Twitter users to real-time information about what’s relevant in their lives and the world we live in. We work on some of the world’s largest distributed systems – our core infrastructure receives hundreds of millions of tweets per day and serves tens of billions of API requests, all with an uptime in excess of 99.9%. Our other systems operate at a similarly staggering scale: we serve over 2 billion search queries per day, render hundreds of millions of ad impressions, and process hundreds of terabytes of log and interaction data daily. As a systems engineer at Twitter, you will help us build, scale and maintain these systems, all of which have a direct impact on the lives of our users and the success of our business.
We are looking for a number of passionate, talented, entrepreneurial engineers to join the team in New York City to help us build the best platform systems possible.
- Build and maintain low latency high performance scalable systems
- Improve the reliability and efficiency of Twitter’s core systems
- Work in a collaborative manner with team members in remote offices
- Develop elegant solutions to complex problems
- Be awesome in developing JVM services (Scala, Java)
- Balance out your desire to ship code with your responsibility to get it right
- Extensive experience with web infrastructure, distributed systems, performance analysis, search infrastructure and/or large-scale data processing
- Experience with software engineering best practices (e.g. unit testing, code reviews, design documentation)
- Strong algorithms and data structures background
- BS, MS, or PhD in Computer Science or equivalent work experience
- For engineers who will work on audio/video systems, significant C/C++ expertise required
- Active user of Twitter
- Open source contributor
To apply for this job please visit the following URL: https://about.twitter.com/careers/positions?id=a0Dj0000004ihKZEAY&location=New York City →