Database Infrastructure Engineer

Global Investment and Technology Development firm

I am partnered with a NYC based global financial services firm. With $60m in capital and more than 1,700 people around the globe and an institutional-grade (and trip-proof) infrastructure, they still value creativity, entrepreneurship, and the spirit of discovery.


I’m looking for a database engineer to join the clients Infrastructure Engineering team. This engineer will be tasked with the design, implementation, and integration of database platforms and automation on Windows- and Linux-based systems. This is a hands-on technical role within a cross-platform engineering team responsible for core technology infrastructure.


What you’ll day-to-day:

Infrastructure Engineering designs and maintains the firm's operating systems, authentication systems, databases, virtualization infrastructure, core network services, and messaging and endpoints on Windows and Linux in both our internal- and external-facing environments. The database engineer will be responsible for owning and building out the existing database environment, workflows, and automation while working closely with a global team of database administrators. This engineer will work with other members of Infrastructure Engineering to provide self-service and automation-driven solutions.

Who they’re looking for:

  • The ideal candidate should have a degree in computer science (or another technical discipline) or comparable work experience.
  • An in-depth knowledge of at least one database platform and working knowledge of other platforms—such as SQL Server, Postgres, Redis, MongoDB, or Cassandra—is required.
  • Experience and proficiency in programming languages such as Python, Java, and C# is preferred
  • Working knowledge of networking protocols, information security concepts, and operating system internals.
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