NuoDB builds a high-performance, distributed, multi-cloud capable distributed database. As part of Dassault Systemes, our database powers the 3DEXPERIENCE platform underpinning a suite of product design, process management, and collaborative tools running in the cloud and used by customers worldwide. NuoDB is developing its next generation of database software and a database-as-a-service (DBaaS) offering.
Dassault Systemes is an innovative technology company providing software that has been used to spearhead many breakthroughs, such as the digital design of the Boeing 777, developing the first-ever 3D protein structure model, and fully modeling a city with Virtual Singapore. Dassault Systemes is committed to bringing sophisticated technologies to market and enables NuoDB to focus on building the database for the future.
We are looking for a hands-on Senior Software Engineer with a passion for digging deep into new technologies and solving complex problems to join a small, highly-skilled team and help us build our multi-cloud DBaaS.
You will design, engineer, and own critical DBaaS components and operational systems to support customers expecting no-downtime access to NuoDB in the cloud.
A successful candidate will possess strong computer science fundamentals, have experience with Kubernetes, and be able to program in Java and/or Go.
We are an agile team and believe in rigorous testing, thorough code review, and thoughtful engineering. This is a highly visible and important project that will provide many interesting technical challenges to overcome and opportunities for learning and personal growth.
Compensation for the role will be commensurate with experience. The total expected compensation range will be between $185,000 and $200,000, representing the base salary (or annualized salary based on estimated hourly compensation) and target bonus.
CATIA is the world’s leading solution for product design and experience. It delivers the unique ability not only to model any product in 3D but to do so in the context of the products real life behavior.