Get to know the Role :
Are you a NoSQL Database Engineer who is interested in designing data models? You can be part of Grab and get to work on and support one of the largest and fastest growing datasets of any company in South East Asia.
We operate in a challenging, fast paced and ever changing environment that will push you to grow and learn.
The day-to-day activities :
Design / Build / Maintain the end-to-end of the database in the cloud (AWS).
Perform database capacity planning and maintenance, monitoring and performance tuning
Diagnose and troubleshoot any database performance issues and employ measures to prevent recurrence
Work with engineering and operations team in building tooling to drive scalability, reliability and performance
Research and develop new technologies and approaches for building highly available data persistence systems
Advice and support product, engineering, support and operation teams
Participate in on-call rotations
The must haves :
Preferably a degree in computer science, software engineering, information technology or related fields
In depth knowledge of any NoSQL database is a must
Strong performance tuning, support, troubleshooting skills of the databases. Work with engineers and developers on maintaining the data integrating and database (NOSQL) performance in the cloud.
Great attention to details, thinking through downstream effects of data architecture on data mining business intelligence and analysis, as well as pre-
emptively diagnosing potential pain points for stakeholders
Strong, recent, hands on expertise in data architecture and programming utilizing Postgres, Cassandra, MongoDB, Dynamodb, etc.
Strong SQL and data modeling background
Strong Python or shell scripting
Production support experience
Good to have :
You've worked with Amazon Web Services (AWS) technologies
Experience with installing, configuring and monitoring NoSQL cluster in design data models in NoSQL database
Experience in design data models in NoSQL database
Experience in Performance tunning NoSQL cluster to optimize writes and reads